This is a unique opportunity to fine-tune your off-site management skills in an environment where you don't have to worry about making a costly mistake. This is your chance to master proven-effective strategies that you can put to work immediately.
When you take part in this workshop, be prepared to roll up your sleeves, sweat a little and think a lot. During the session, you'll examine off-site management challenges and solutions with peers; practice techniques for getting poorly performing locations up-to-speed; determine what the pros did right - and wrong in real-world case studies and much more.
Back at the office, you'll be able to turn around all your off-site concerns. You'll know the inside secrets that'll help you get multiple offices to follow your instructions to the letter, accurately monitor quality and build strong, self-reliant teams you can count on.
Objectives of the Presentation
By attending, you will understand how to even more effectively:
Why Should you Attend
- Boost productivity at every location
- Significantly cut down on paperwork
- Know off-site employees are following the rules, period, including home-office rules
- Spot problems even when you're far away
- Are you concerned about how much time and productivity your people are wasting?
- What about lost energy, efficiency and effectiveness, especially because people are so 'spread out'?
- Would you like to 'tame the paper tiger' and reduce so much needless paperwork?
- Have you ever been concerned about people 'following the rules' you know, 'out of sight, out of mind'?
- Would you like to be able to more effectively spot problems, even when you are hundreds to thousands of miles away?
If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, then come laugh, listen and learn as Chris DeVany leads us all through those important topics, key questions and answers we all need to be able to address effectively to improve our team members' and team's performance, no matter how widely distributed everyone is!
During the session the speaker will cover:
Who will Benefit
- Maintain Order While Managing Long-Distance
- How to give multiple locations a business 'road map' that'll keep them headed in the right direction
- How to create crystal-clear procedures that off-site staff will follow to the letter
- Expert insight on 'friendly' competition between sites -- could this be doing your company more harm than good?
- Discuss today's long-distance management challenges and brainstorm possible solutions
- How to quickly smooth things over when you have to lay down the law and enforce an unpopular policy from a distance
- The one action you must take if you want to significantly slow down the paper blizzard from multiple locations
- Stay In Touch and Control No Matter What
- How to keep your finger on the pulse of off-site action without making employees feel like 'Big Brother' is watching
- What responsibilities you must shoulder alone and when you can safely share the load with off-site employees
- A common but deadly management mistake that'll ensure an off-site office will never trust your motives
- Determine the fastest way to get a poorly performing location up to speed
- How to quickly and accurately check the quality of products or services at any location
- The inside secrets to creating a lasting bond between off-sites so every employee feels like they're on the same team
- Establish Quality-Minded Teams You Can Rely On
- How to structure teams so they'll pull together no matter which site they're from
- How to ease resentment at a satellite location when a home-office employee is chosen for a promotion
- The only way to handle teams that were established before your time without decreasing productivity
- How to build an 'emergency response' team that'll know what can be handled independently and when to call you immediately
- Troubleshoot Off-Site Problems Like A Pro
- How often you should be visiting each site--any less and you're begging for trouble
- Phone or face-to-face? The best way to approach a site problem without alienating anyone
- How to put a stop to childish disputes between sites -- without taking sides or making matters worse
- Develop a reward system that'll motivate employees from all levels at every location
- How to determine whether you should coach, counsel or warn the entire staff at a location about their performance
- An action plan that'll help you handle any 'cover-up' you might find -- no matter how large or small
- How to ensure the 'isolation factor' won't turn into a problem at remote locations
- Senior Vice President
- Vice President
- Executive Director
- Managing Director
- Regional Vice President
- Area Supervisor
- Executives, senior managers, managers at all levels
As enterprises have been growing far and wide, often international in scope, we find ourselves as executives and managers with our talent spread farther and farther, often at dozens and hundreds of locations. How do we 'get a better handle' on all this?