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DC Area OD Practitioners CoP: Leading Virtual Teams

  • 03 Mar 2022
  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Zoom link and password will be included in the registration confirmation email


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Leading Virtual Teams 

The world of work has been turned upside down by the pandemic for nearly two years. While working from home has its advantages, such as no commute time and flexibility to be located anywhere with Wi-Fi, there are also challenges. Perhaps you have small children at home or a lack of dedicated space to work in or other limitations. Looking forward, the workplace will continue to be organized in a virtual or hybrid (in and out of the office) modality. Therefore, the question is how to guide remote teams in an engaging and productive way, whether you’re an external or internal consultant or OD practitioner, or a supervisor or team lead. During this session, we’ll explore ways to create a virtual environment that encourages teams to work together more effectively. The focus will be on best practices for communicating, collaborating and sharing information that includes more than just meetings. In an interactive session, you’ll experience this process in a small group activity. You‘ll have a chance to share what practices have worked best for you so everyone can learn from each other.  


Stephan Dix

Stephan is an Organizational Development Specialist, and Leadership and Management Coach.  He has an M.Sc and he is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC).  For 25 years he has supported leaders and their teams, and individual staff members domestically and internationally in creating lasting systemic organizational development by improving processes, systems and organizational structures (formal and informal) to achieve desired public, private, and non-profit organizational and coaching objectives.  Since 2003, Stephan has focused on inquiry leadership and management and individual coaching approaches to assist clients in thinking more clearly, gain increased perspective, and focus more effectively on achieving work objectives.  

Susan Levin

Susan is President of Dialogue for Solutions that specializes in facilitation, coaching, mediation, leadership and organization development.  She is a global facilitator, coach, mediator, trainer, and leadership and organization development practitioner. She’s worked with thousands of employees in a variety of public, private and nonprofit organizations in the United States as well as more than 40 countries. Using an appreciative approach, she focuses on maximizing strengths to get sustainable results, while leveraging skills to address challenges. Whether abroad or in the US, she’s mindful that her work is culturally relevant. Susan teaches the complexity of conflict and change management at the Columbia University School of Professional Studies. She has a master’s degree in International Affairs from The George Washington University.

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