Intro: A teleworking policy with space for the individual employee
What team agreements do you create and how?
Digital role-playing and practice: practise by organising a fictitious team meeting and reach agreement on one aspect of the team agreements.
Debriefing and agreements on the practical applications for your organisation.
Getting down to work between the 2 sessions: concretely testing and applying the team agreements with your own team
Part 2: sharing experiences, best practices and advice (second half-day)
Sharing experiences you gained within your organisation
Advice and best practices to implement structural telework via, for example, techniques to organise and seize meetings, and the use of interactive tools
Personal reflection on your role as manager
This training is aimed at:
Managers active in the public sector, associations, parastatal agencies, federations, …
Managers looking for support in their role whilst working in hybrid mode.
HR officers who wish to support their managers in the telework/hybrid challenge.
16 march and 30 march 2021, 09.00h – 12.30h (trainer: Isabelle Deliège)
22 April and 6 May 2021, 09.00h – 12.30h (trainer: Isabelle Deliège)
16 march and 30 march 2021, 13.30h – 17.00h (trainer: Geert Volders)
A few days before the start of the session, you will receive a link to join the session.
Are several managers in your organisation interested in participating? We can organise the training within your organisation at an advantageous rate. An excellent opportunity to exchange, learn and experiment within your own context. Talking about it makes the internal bonds stronger! Contact us to organise an in-company training.
At BDO, we believe in learning by doing. That is why we base our digital training on 3 building blocks:
Subject material based on telework research by our BDO experts and theoretical frameworks (most important motivators, Lean techniques, management styles, communication, result-oriented management, … ).
Exercises and application possibilities both during the training as well as between the two parts, tailored to your organisation.
Sharing experiences, best practices, peer reviews and feedback to help you evaluate your role as a manager.
This is what some participants say about this training:
Fanny Deliège, Director Sectorcluster en Digitale Economie, Agence du Numérique (Digital Agency)
“What I personally particularly appreciated was the exchange with the other participants. Sharing about difficulties and learning from others. I also like the tools that were sent. As for the content, it was interesting. It structured my ideas and gave certain directions to follow.”
Bety Waknine, General Manager, Urban Brussels
“The training provides interesting tools for organising teams. I especially remember the team agreement that allows a moment of rest and takes the time needed to coordinate the working needs of each person ”
BDO is a trainer recognised by the Flemish Government (approval number of BDO Academy: DV.O217490). SMEs can benefit from a subsidy via the SME portfolio to save up to 30% per training! Companies within the PC 226 federation can also benefit from the Logos subsidy. It’s often possible to combine multiple subsidies. More information here.