Working through the COVID-19 crisis with your newly remote employees, teams and leaders
We’re all having to work differently. Remote working may have been normal for some, it’s now normal for all. With this change, comes anxiety and uncertainty of how long this will last.
You know that people work best when they’re self-aware and can put that self-awareness into action to help them:
- process and deal with stress
- navigate changing situations
- communicate effectively and build trust
How will you keep your teams together? And are you ready to run virtual training that engage a remote audience?
If you need help developing your remote employees, we’re here for you, and can support you in these ways:
If you need help with remote working challenges, we’re here for you. The Myers-Briggs Company has expertise and experience delivering meaningful trainings in virtual contexts.
WE DO IT FOR YOU
Train your people in the soft skills they need. These MBTI® Virtual workshops support foundational self-awareness and more:
- MBTI® insights Virtual Workshop
- Enhancing Communication
- Managing Change
- Building Resilience
Professional services, from group training to executive coaching, can also be delivered virtually and tailored to your organization’s unique needs.
WE DO IT WITH YOU
Partner with our experienced facilitators to transition your training to a virtual classroom.
Talk to us if you need help designing and delivering your existing development programs to remote employees.
YOU DO IT YOURSELF
You can use these resources for learning and development in virtual settings:
- Facilitation Kits – everything you need to deliver ready-made events virtually
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The Virtual Insights workshop provided my team with knowledge to work together more efficiently. And improve our interpersonal relationships. It also helped me be a better team leader.
Jennifer Lindstrom, Pharm.D., Director of Pharmacy at Treasure Valley Hospital
Free-to-access practitioner resources
Your trainings might have to run a little differently, but don’t clear your calendar just yet – now is the time people need your expertise more than ever. Whether you’ve never held a virtual training or you’re converting activities for remote attendees, we’ve got your back with these resources:
- Tip Sheet: Nurturing relationships in Corona times
- Tip Sheet: Type Tips for Leading in Corona times
- Tip Sheet: Type tips for living and working in Corona Times
- Tip Sheet: 10 tips for delivering MBTI sessions virtually
- Tip Sheet: Virtual delivery and MBTI Type
- Tip Sheet: MBTI preference tips for remote and virtual working
- Quick Guide: A guide to giving 1:1 feedback virtually
- Webinar: The psychology of change
- Whitepaper: Myers-Briggs type and working virtually
- Infographic: Working from home E-I
- Research: How personality influences virtual teamwork
Alumni Webinar: Managing Stress in the Remote Environment
As social distancing measures slowly eases, remote working is likely to be the new norm. Robin Robbins, our managing director of The Myers Briggs Company Asia will be covering the use of MBTI® Framework to help minimize stressors in the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Click on the button below to download the slide deck.
Engaging virtual delivery
Dr. Martin Boult, Senior Director of Professional Services, is joining us from our Australian office to share the knowledge and insight he has gained into online delivery over his career. If you need support adapting in-person classroom activities and successful events to the virtual world, please join us!
Personality and stress in a virtual world
John Hackston, Head of Thought Leadership, has been looking into your reactions to the Coronavirus crisis. Along with his findings, he’d like to discuss how stress links to personality type. Why do you feel stressed by different things from other people? How can you spot the signs of stress, even virtually? How do you escape the ‘stress zone’ and stay feeling ‘psychologically safe’?
Virtual teams and the critical factor of communication
Dr Rachel Cubas-Wilkinson, Senior Consultant at The Myers-Briggs Company considers the impact of remote working on team communication. She’ll explore the most crucial team elements that support high-quality communication and consider personal and organizational strategies that can improve the effectiveness of virtual teamst
How personality influences virtual teamwork
Helen Rayner, Lead Consultant at The Myers-Briggs Company shares outcomes of recent research on virtual teams. She explores the perceptions of working in virtual, co-located and combined teams and presents the five team scales which emerged, along with suggested tools and techniques to maintain team effectiveness when remote working.
Support for virtual working in organizations
Your new challenge is keeping your people productive and effective amid a fast-changing environment. Whether you’re helping managers who’ve never had virtual teams, or helping your workforce adapt to virtual communication, these tips & resources are for you:
See how we’ve helped these organizations focus on virtual delivery and virtual working
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