Coaching from a Distance: Developing Your Team When You Can't Be Face to Face

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  • Course Code: 62559

Successful coaching is challenging and rewarding—but coaching remotely or in a virtual environment demands all-new rules.

The countless ways in which professionals now communicate means business can be conducted almost anywhere. This has introduced the element of distance (both real and virtual) between coach and subject. Coaching skills that once worked so effectively face-to-face won’t get the job done today. For a remote or virtual environment, coaches must develop an entirely new battery of skills—from innovative ways of listening to new measures of coaching success. This new Live Online Seminar covers it all in four dynamic lessons, with a sharp focus on skill-building and modeling techniques that will enable coaches to move their teams to the next level of professional development regardless of distance.

Do you need a different date or location? We offer Courses On Request.

How You Will Benefit

  • Diagnose the specific kind of coaching that the situation requires
  • Provide coaching directed toward development, career planning and performance management
  • Develop critical listening skills—to “hear between the lines”
  • Make the right connections to foster cohesion and teamwork
  • Execute your strategy with the appropriate set of tools and techniques
  • Compensate for lack of “face time” and visual cues


Who Should Attend

Managers, team leaders, senior managers and project managers of global and geographically dispersed teams.



$2,095 Member Fee
$2,345 Non Member Fee
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Course Reviews

  • Rachel R., Sr HR Consultant, Berkshire Jul 14, 2020

    I really enjoyed this course overall. I liked the content and thought it was very applicable to real-world situations. The breakout sessions were helpful. I did miss the in-person aspect of other AMA classes I've taken, which seemed to facilitate more questions from students and better conversations between students and the facilitator.

  • Kate W., Marketing Operations, Navy Mutual Aid Association Jul 14, 2020

  • Kenneth P., Dealer Technical Support Manager, Southeast Toyota Technical Center Jul 14, 2020

  • Mafa A., UBT Practice Leader, Kaiser Permanente Jul 14, 2020

    New to me where ladder of inference, DISC, and TESI survey. Thank you very informative.

  • Roxanne F., Case Manager, Navy Mutual Aid Association Jul 14, 2020

    I thought it was a fantastic course - I liked that it was a mix of experience. I learned a lot from the other people that had a lot more experience than myself.

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