Are you finally in a remote working groove but feel like your work team’s collaborative performance continuously falls flat? Is your team lacking the “a-ha” moments, creativity and innovation given a newly remote structure? Virtual teamwork has unique challenges but can be just as synergistic (if not more!) as in-person collaboration. The trick is to understand these challenges and leverage the science of virtual collaboration to overcome them. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the ways virtual teaming differs from face-to-face teaming and how to improve collaboration across remote networks. After this 30-minute session, you’ll be better equipped to thrive in your virtual teams as a team member, leader or facilitator.
Learn more about the presenter, Dr. Christina Lacerenza, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at the University of Colorado, below!
"Ideas and decisions improve when we challenge each other." – Dr. CL
Dr. Christina N. Lacerenza is an Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at the University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business. Her work focuses on identifying effective leadership and teamwork practices for the 21st century and beyond, with an emphasis on evidence-based leadership development and diversity within teams and organizations. Her work appears in outlets such as the Journal of Applied Psychology and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, has been presented at various professional meetings (including the National Academy of Sciences workshop on Science Team Dynamics and Effectiveness), and is currently funded by the National Science Foundation. In addition to her academic work, Dr. Lacerenza has consulted on projects related to leadership and teamwork across multiple industries, worked at Amazon on the Talent Assessment Team, and worked for the Orlando Magic NBA Team in the Premium Services department.