How do leaders maintain team cohesion and engagement remotely? How do supervisors ensure needed work gets done while balancing equity and the unique circumstances of team members from a distance? If you have found yourself asking these or similar questions, PDC staff members are available to help you navigate remote-leadership issues during this time of uncertainty and change. If you are interested in learning more about the PDC’s virtual coaching and consultation services for campus leaders and teams, contact us by emailing pdc.wfu.edu.
The PDC is launching a special series, Remote-Working @ Wake, to support faculty and staff as the campus virtualizes to meet the needs and challenges of this unique time. Topics will range from creating a productive remote-working space, virtual collaboration, and managing from a distance. Check back often for an updated list of offering days/times.
With conferences cancelled and travel halted for professional development, the PDC’s online resources are a great way for you to build and strengthen professional competencies. Leading at Wake online classes and a selection of carefully curated LinkedIn Learning courses may be the perfect way to increase your skills and help realize your development goals. You can also earn credits towards CORE certification in the process. Click here to see a full listing of online classes and resources.