Leading Effectively in a Virtual Workplace featuring Robert Newman
Virtual, register: https://bit.ly/3HwXtr1
Managing remote teams presents new challenges to even seasoned leaders. Robert Newman discusses strategies for leading technical teams in the virtual workplace with a focus on soft skills and the human side of project and team management.
Robert Newman is a Senior Lecturer in the Engineering Management Program at Cornell University. He has over 20 years of experience as a successful manager with an outstanding track record of delivering organization development and growth at global providers of technology, capital equipment, consumables, and support services at world-leading organizations. Robert Newman teaches critical skills for leadership including emotional intelligence, individual and team behavior, conflict management, effective communication, contracts and negotiations, and economic analysis.
This virtual seminar is part of the Cornell Engineering Management Lunch & Learn Series which features our instructors and faculty sharing insights on contemporary topics. The Admissions Team will also give a brief program overview.
Register here: https://bit.ly/3HwXtr1