What does the course cover?
The 3-hour module explores how to ensure effective remote management during the current COVID-19 pandemic. It focuses on the skills needed for managing teams remotely and advancing team dynamics. The module highlights best practices that participants can apply in their work and explores challenges and how to overcome them.
Module objectives include:
By the end of this module, you will be able to:
- Describe remote management and why it is needed during the COVID-19 pandemic;
- Identify core competencies for remote management and reflect on how to apply these in practice;
- Describe how to effectively mobilise and support teams that are working remotely;
- Identify challenges that arise from working remotely and describe ways to overcome these challenges;
- Outline how to develop a remote management and communication strategy;
- Plan how to apply best practice for remote management in your work.
Who should apply?
The module is designed for those working in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Middle East and North Africa region. This includes staff from government, humanitarian and development organisations, international and national non-government organisations, community-based organisations, faith-based organisations, women’s and youth groups.
This course assumes a good level of general knowledge about managing people and projects and focuses on how this can be adapted to suit remote management situations in the context of COVID-19.
Where is it hosted?
The module is facilitated live online and participants have opportunities to interact with the trainer and their peers, sharing experience and asking questions. Our interactive online modules are hosted on Zoom. However, participants are not required to download an app and may join through a browser. Participants will receive instructions on how to join the module after registration.
Any questions? Please contact Middle.East@redr.org.uk, or check out our Terms & Conditions here.
RedR UK's MENA COVID-19 training course project is funded by the H2H Network, which is supported by UK aid from the UK government.