Many of my clients face the following problems:

Teams are becoming increasingly „hybrid“: some employees are onsite, others work remotely. The team is faced with the challenge of working together without being in the same place. These teams need strong communication and a new way of coordinaton and collaboration. Team members need strategies to create a sense of togetherness to avoid feeling lonely. Managers are faced with the challenge of leading a virtual team. They often have the feeling of losing control. Furthermore ou need tools for collaboration, communication, knowledge exchange, but these are often misused or not used at all. And beyond all that you are faced with intercultural differences in international teams.

You are facing these problems and changes in your team and organization and you don’t know how to start?

Working in international teams feels likee being on a lonely island.

You don’t need to try yourself and learn the hard way. I help you and your team in making virtual collaboration productive. You learn how to build, lead and manage a virtual team, to choose and use collaboration tools best and to deal with cultural barriers.

I strictly focus on practical approaches. You will get a roadmap that will work for you and your team.

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