Start Date: 02/02/2021
Duration: 10:00am - 11:30am
Location: Online Via Zoom
Full Fee: €55
Network Members Fee: €40
We are living in a time of intense and rapid change for the hospitality sector. As business owners and managers, we need to learn the skills of leading remote teams very quickly. Separated from colleagues and customers and their place of work, people can become worried about their future. Anxiety and fear impair our ability to think, plan and perform. Your leaderships skills are now more important than ever. This programme will provide you and your organisation with the essential skills to rebuild your team spirit and motivation at a time of uncertainty.
- Learn the 7 Essential Skills to managing remotely
- Learn how to adapt your communication to create effective team meetings, from Virtual Huddles to Weekly Check Ins that build clarity and confidence.
- Understand how to maintain your organisation’s Culture and Values for an online environment
- Manage for results while maintaining engagement and motivation.
Who is the course for
This Leading Teams Programme is designed for leaders and managers in the restaurant and hotel sector.
Your Learning Experience
You will enjoy a mix of short webinars, videos and examples from the Irish hospitality industry. You will be provided with a short questionnaire on High Performing Teams to help you assess how well your team is performing. Most importantly, you will get a chance to meet and learn from your peers in this highly interactive webinar.
Time: Online Workshop, 10 – 11.30 am plus pre-recorded 5 minute video on Leading High Performing Teams Remotely.
Cariona Neary, of Neary Marketing & Communications provides training and development to many of Ireland’s leading attractions and hospitality organisations, from the Guinness Storehouse to Adare Manor. With co-host, Karl O’Connor of Coaching Champions, she has been providing a series of online webinars for the hospitality sector to help managers in the current crisis. The feedback from the industry has been extremely positive.