DevOps Underground is pleased to be able to bring you this talk on Building and Leading Remote Teams with Amber Vanderburgh.
Those registering for the event will need access to Zoom. Members will be sent a link to the event once they have registered.
DevOps Underground is a community-focused meetup, organizing onsite and online meetups based on latest practices in DevOps and MicroServices domain
The world of work is constantly changing as we create new products, provide excellent service, and collaborate on new ventures. We’ll give you tools to overcome remote team challenges from confronting communication frustrations, setting expectations, and strategically building/equipping the right-fit remote team.
You will be able to walk away with practical tools, tips, and tricks that you can implement within your team to help perform with more clarity and direction, more straightforward communication and expectations, and better performance individually and as a team. This high energy chat will give you insights from a little bit of theory and case studies, a load of practical application, and lots of laughter. You will be able to walk away with the knowledge of how to:
Be strategic in building a team that can thrive in a remote environment Equip and prepare your team with the tools that they need to be more successful working remotely Aid in the logistical challenges of a remote team Aid in the relational challenges of a remote team How to best engage and motive a remote team Detailed Program Description:
Intro activity The benefits and challenges of a remote team (a brief data review) Questions and criteria for building your great remote team How to onboard, to equip, and bring value to your remote team Practical tips and tricks to aid in remote logistical challenges Practical tips and tricks to aid in remote relationship challenges Relational challenges activity Engaging your remote team Conclusion and Q&A
Amber Vanderburg is an award-winning international businessperson, coach, and speaker. Named as Tulsa’s 40 under 40, Oklahoma’s 30 under 30, and 3-time SHRM award winner, Amber is a former HR Director that has implemented best business practices in organizations small and large domestically and abroad with a passion for mobilizing ideas and equipping teams to exceed goals.