Fierce Conversations has launched a new digital workshop, Fierce Conversations for Remote Teams, in response to the emerging scenario of remote working, within a wider Fierce Now suite. The new launch aims to help organizations in remote circumstances to function efficiently while maintaining partnerships, promoting collaboration, and continuing to innovate. Work from home can cause problems with on-the-job commitment, efficiency, and transparency, along with employee uncertainty, anxiety, and isolation.

“We understand how painful it can be when unable to communicate face-to-face, which is exacerbated by the steep learning curve in working effectively in autonomous workspaces while still needing to collaborate,” said Stacey Engle, President of Fierce Conversations. “Our new digital solution, Fierce Now, provides the tools to equip organizations to have the conversations that matter, perhaps now more than ever. Capably and authentically connecting during these unprecedented times is incredibly important, both for individuals’ well-being and for the well-being of organizations.”

Fierce Conversations for Remote Teams comprises an online two-session workshop which helps leaders and staff to do the following:

  • Have essential conversations that matter
  • Facilitate remote meetings that drive results
  • Ask better questions to glean insight
  • Play a coaching role to increase accountability and high engagement
  • Understand how employees can best contribute, show value, and be part of solutions in this new dynamic

Fierce Remote Team conversations can be bought for a whole team or by individuals. Scheduled individual sessions begin on Monday, 6 April 2020, with six sessions ending on Thursday, 23 April 2020.

“Social distancing may be our reality, however, communicating effectively can do wonders to shorten that distance, which is what Fierce Now will help build,” continued Engle. “Over the past 20 years, we have seen how productive conversations save time and money by building relationships and helping individuals succeed in work—and in life. Now, more than ever, the connections are critical.”