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Working with Remote and Virtual Teams

Dispersed virtual teams.

Remote working environments.


A whole new approach to communication, collaboration, and co-operation. Everyone is making the shift to equip themselves with the right skills and approach to the digital age.

What’s so important about adapting to the growing trend of managing, leading, and thriving in virtual teams?


And what kind of adjustments would you have to make in your organisation? 


Let’s get you started.

A shared purpose, values, and vision are increasingly more crucial for the functioning of virtual teams.

There are no superficial team bonding exercises or games to put your organisation through. There is no short-cut to achieving purposeful camaraderie and trust in your teams in the digital age. 

More intentional and conscious communication is essential for remote environments to function optimally.

There is no bumping into your co-workers at the coffee machine, or in the pantry. There is no office corridor to speak of in a remote working arrangement. Speaking with your co-worker over your shoulder is impossible - all communication has to be deliberate, direct, and clear.

Roles, functions, cultures and structures constantly change, and organizations are called to constantly adapt along with them.

There is no “fixed” working arrangement in the digital age, with traditional roles and hierarchies being re-negotiated and re-navigated. Work processes have to be clear, or your organisation will end up operating at sub-optimal capacity. And most important of all, leaders cannot simply call their teams into a single office to clear up these misunderstandings. 

CRR APAC Virtual ORSC Program


The Virtual ORSC™ Program is designed to support leaders in their digital transformation and in their adaptation to the future of work.


We offer virtual tools for the remote workforce, all over the world. Each of our modules is carefully designed to provide support to team leaders, organizations, executives and coaches in their work with systems.

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