ConvergenceCoaching Launches Remote Work Management Video Series

Leadership and management consulting firm ConvergenceCoaching has announced its remote and blended work video learning programs to help accounting firms manage the sudden increase in remote and hybrid work situations due to the pandemic of COVID-19.

Videos are available on demand and are broken down into smaller segments to share with staff members over time.

“We’re excited to share our years of remote experience in these short, straightforward videos,” Renee Moelders, partner at ConvergenceCoaching, said in a statement. “Remote and mixed working is here to stay. As a 100% remote organization since our inception almost 22 years ago, we are uniquely positioned to deliver actionable strategies and solutions to help businesses overcome challenges when managing membership. team and customer service in a remote and mixed environment, including how to handle persistent objections that still exist! “

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The video learning program series includes the following topics:

  • Successfully manage a remote and mixed team;
  • Successfully serve clients and develop business in a remote and mixed environment; and,
  • Respond to common objections to remote and mixed working.

“ConvergenceCoaching is an authority on how to successfully design and implement workplace flexibility in professional service companies,” said Chris Roberts, National Director of Talent Management and Learning at CohnReznick , in a press release. “We have partnered with them to remotely train our Partners and People & Culture team on the outlook for the flex market, the mindset changes needed and the practical tools and resources to make flex a victory for our company, our employees and our clients. We drew on ConvergenceCoaching’s in-depth knowledge on the subject, their research into anytime, anywhere work, and their own experience as a 100% remote company. “
More information on video learning programs is available on the ConvergenceCoaching website here.

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