Leading Global and Virtual Teams

Leading World Class Teams:
Local, Global, and Virtual

Today, many organizations are in a state of rapid structural change. Virtual teams,often spread across the globe, are now commonplace. These teams can enhance speed, cost-effectiveness, and quality. At the same time, the process of building and supporting virtual teams of culturally diverse, high-performing individuals presents many new challenges to leaders. Global and virtual teams require the same skills and qualities to be high-performing as do co-located teams. They also require additional or alternative processes and leadership skills to be most effective.

Leading World Class Teams™ provides you with techniques and tools to create and maintain trusting, motivated, and high performing teams. This program, also applicable to co-located teams, offers team leaders and members the skills to succeed, especially when working across boundaries of time, distance, and culture.

For more information on Leading World Class Teams™, click here.

Leading World Class Teams™ is a copyrighted program of Barnes & Conti Associates, Inc.

Program Objectives:

As a participant, you will be able to:

  • Apply a model that contains key factors for high-performing, co-located, or virtual teams.
  • Model leader and member skills that result in world-class team performance
  • Use self and team assessments to target areas for team skills development
  • Practice targeted team skills appropriate to co-located or virtual teams
  • Use practical tools for improving team communication and effectiveness
  • Develop an action plan for applying key skills to improve your team’s performance.


What our clients say:

“Barnes & Conti has many great products and what all have in common is good content and fantastic resources... (this program) provides team leaders/members practical tools and techniques to lead both global and virtual teams. The material is research-based and relevant for today’s workplace where most team members don’t have the luxury of face-to-face meetings and must be able to navigate the obstacles of different time zones and cultures.”

—Global Manufacturing Firm


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