Coaching Remotely


    As COVID continues to drive unprecedented numbers of people to work from home, driving effective team communication in a remote environment has proven to be more difficult. Whether it’s getting team members to engage on a strategic discussion or simply turn on their cameras for a team meeting, it takes unique approaches to facilitate communication amongst a group of people who are all working remotely.

    That's why we've invited a group of panelists who each bring a unique perspective on team communication techniques which will encourage engagement, collaboration, and learning in a remote work environment. 

    Key takeaways will include:

    • Ideas to structure team meetings so people turn off their mute button and turn on their mind
    • How to take advantage of your conference service platform to drive fun and engagement
    • Tips to facilitate collaboration during a group meeting to discuss challenging issues

    Panelists Include: 

    KramerIMG_2324 copyAngela Kramer, M.Ed., is the Chair and Facilitator in the English Department at Lincoln Southwest High School. She's among 1,000+ teenagers and dozens of faculty working diligently to make education available, engaging, fun, and safe in unprecedented times. 

    Munawar (1) copyMunawar Quraishi is the General Manager (Canada) at HD Supply Facilities Maintenance. With over 20 years of experience in various leadership roles across multiple industries, ranging from Customer Service to Sales, Munawar has developed the ability to understand his customers, anticipate their needs and exceed their expectations. 

    Anna Round-1Anna Schott is the Director of Marketing at EcSell Institute. She reports directly to Sarah Wirth, the President of EcSell Institute and host of this webinar. Get ready to hear about some team wins and losses EcSell has experienced in this remote work world. 

    Your Webinar Host: 

    2-1Sarah Wirth, President of EcSell Institute & Co-Author of The Coaching Effect 

    Sarah has a passion for leadership and its impact on the performance of teams.  She takes an analytical approach to understanding the skills and talents of high-performing sales leaders and is constantly providing EcSell members with new methods for leading and coaching. 

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    About EcSell Institute 

    The Leaders in Metric-Based Performance Coaching 

    Founded in 2008, the EcSell Institute is known as the only organization that measures the impact coaching effectiveness has on employee performance. Since then, EcSell has collected and researched almost 200,000 documented coaching interactions and works with a myriad of businesses, athletic teams, and school systems to ensure leaders, coaches, and teachers are receiving research-backed coaching data and improvement strategies to achieve maximum performance.

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