Managing Remote Teams Using Management Drives and Appreciative Leadership
Team members of clinical trial teams in most cases do not work from the same location. In times of the COVID-19 pandemic, physical contact is even less. In many countries, working from home is the current practice, which, due to its longer duration, can lead to increasing demotivation. Meetings, leadership, and feedback at work take place remotely which makes it more difficult to assess and meet the needs of employees. In addition, collaboration problems are more likely to arise and there are fewer opportunities to overcome them. In this workshop, you will learn how to use Management Drives and Appreciative Leadership to understand employee needs when it comes to remote work and how to improve collaboration and communication to make clinical research processes more efficient.
This inspiring workshop was live via zoom on Monday 25 January 2021. If you were not able to attend you can request this workshop as a free in-company workshop via firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also download a compilation of the workshop via the download page.
About the trainers:
Kemi Olutunbi is an experienced business leader, entrepreneur, governance specialist and HR professional. She is a seasoned professional with a proven track record of project delivery gained over 25 years+ work experience within the commercial and voluntary sectors. She has undertaken senior management roles within management consulting, project and operations management, human resources, leadership development and governance. Kemi is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD UK and a Chartered Secretary with the Chartered Governance Institute.
She is an accredited Management Drives Master Partner, a certified DISC Consultant, a certified SHL consultant and a certified Edward De Bono Six Thinking Hats Trainer. She is also a Certified EU GDPR Practitioner, a certified ITIL Practitioner and is Prince 2 qualified.
Aart Brezet graduated in 1996 cum laude in social and organizational psychology at Leiden University, The Netherlands. Since 2010 he has been a trainer and coach within his own companies Drives@Work and Drives@School. He teaches leaders and employees in organizations how to be resilient to negativity and how to flourish as a person, team and organization. He does this by giving them insight into the drives of individuals and teams and by teaching them how to let potential blossom with the use of Appreciative Inquiry. Aart works together with Berber Snoeijer from Clinline to use this knowledge and skills to make processes more efficient and effective in the world of pharma and health.