Please join us for the Muscle Shoals Chapter: IMA Leadership Academy Workshop "Managing Remote Teams" on September 20, 2021 at 06:00 PM CDT
Almost everyone has had to adapt to working from home with the 2020 pandemic, and many organizations are adopting remote work, or a blended environment where employees work remotely at least some days each week, even after the pandemic is over. But remote work, while it has many benefits for individuals and organizations, also has challenges, especially for those who have to manage a remote team. It is not harder nor easier than managing a local team – it is just different. To help you adapt to the differences, this course will help you assess your readiness to manage a remote team, talk about ways to overcome the main challenges associated with remote management, and provide tips for more effectively managing remote team members.
After this session, you will be able to:
- Define remote work
- Identify the challenges and opportunities of managing a geographically disbursed team.
- Assess their readiness to manage a remote team.
- Describe tips and techniques for effectively managing a remote team.
CPE Credit: 1.5 NASBA CPE credits
Delivery Method: Group-Internet
Field of Study: Personal Development
Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: Download Participant Worbook
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Registration is mandatory to participate. To ensure accurate CPE reporting, please provide your correct IMA member number as listed in your IMA membership profile. Your first and last name should also be as per your IMA profile. If any details are incorrect this could delay your CPE credits being reflected on your transcript and certificate being issued for this session.
Florence W. Bell. CMA, CBC
Leadership Academy Faculty, since 2014
Florence Bell, CMA, CBC, has been a member of IMA since 2006 and is currently part of the East Bay - Northern California Chapter of the Golden West Council.
Florence is a seasoned professional with extensive experience in directing all aspects of financial operations through planning and implementing strategic initiatives within growth environments. She currently serves as Controller at Community Medical Center Inc. in Northern California. Previous leadership roles spanned USA and Canada for premium brands such as Levolor, Rubbermaid, Pepsi, GMAC, Volvo, YWCA, and United Way. She is passionate about shaping organizational strategies and developing high-performing teams in a way that creates a win-win for all key stakeholders.
An IMA Platinum-Level Leader, Florence earned her MBA from Elon University and Bachelor’s in Accounting from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She is also a Certified Behavioral Consultant.