Imagine this. You and your team are working remotely, you see each other maybe a little through a computer screen, conversations are possible but they are different. You have been giving them space and latitude, role-modelling effective leadership practice in order to build more trust with and across the team; however, it feels like you’ve still a way to go. The trust is still not there.
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Building Trust While Leading Remotely.Do you have this nagging feeling that ‘If I can’t see the team, they could be up to anything?’ If you have this feeling now, chances are you had this feeling prior to current circumstances of enforced isolation. Counter-intuitively, for many, remote working provides a great opportunity to build more trusting work environments and greater impact in your leadership by taking some simple steps to enhance this critical leadership and organisational competency.
The IPA, in conjunction with the Strategic Committee for the Criminal Justice sector and the Department of Justice and Equality, delivered in 2018-2019 the second Cross Agency Collaborative Leadership Development Programme.