Managing and Motivating Remote Workers in Northern Ireland

About this course

In partnership with:

In Partnership with Think People Consulting


While continuing to navigate our way through the COVID-19 pandemic, as organisations and employees consider transitioning office-based workers to a new remote working option permanently, it is necessary that managers are trained to optimise team performance. They also need to protect the wellbeing of each team member, whether they all work remotely, or some are based in the office and are part of a hybrid team. 

In this new era of hybrid teams and shift in management practices, it is vital a manager also knows how to manage their new workload, reduce pressure, and protect their own health and wellbeing. With this in mind, we have created a 60-minute eLearning course to provide managers of remote workers in Northern Ireland with the tools to manage and motive their team, optimise performance, and achieve organisational goals.  


About remote working

Working remotely is not a new concept and has been practised by some organisations from as early as the 1990s. However, until the COVID-19 crisis hit Northern Ireland, there were still many employees who had never experienced working outside of the office. In addition, managers were not experienced in either managing or motivating these employees in a remote setting.

A remote worker is anyone who works from home or another place, away from the office. This can be either occasionally, or permanently, full time or part-time.

According to the Belfast Telegraph, 41% of Northern Ireland companies are set to let their staff work from the office and home.

(Source: Belfast Telegraph, July 2020)


What is the purpose of this course?

It takes a highly skilled team leader to be able to build, manage and maintain a successful hybrid team. Challenges of managing remote workers include conflict management, finding the balance between regular check-ins and micromanaging, developing productive relationships, and securing input from all staff for new ideas. 

The purpose of this course is to provide managers of remote workers with the tools to manage and motivate their teams, optimise performance, and achieve organisational goals.


Who needs managing and motivating remote workers training?

This course was designed specifically for organisations based in Northern Ireland that have employees in managerial positions. This course will enable them to acquire the knowledge and skills to successfully manage and support teams working remotely.



Various pricing structures available depending on the size of your management team. To discuss your options please contact debbie@legal-island.com.  


What does this course cover?
This course was designed in partnership with Think People Consulting, specifically for organisations based in Northern Ireland who have employees in managerial positions. This course will enable them to acquire the knowledge and skills to successfully manage and support teams working remotely.

Topics covered within the course include:

What a remote worker and hybrid team is

The benefits and challenges of being a remote worker

The challenges of managing a remote team

How to manage a remote worker to optimise performance

Techniques to motivate and engage remote workers

How to protect your own health and wellbeing when managing remote workers

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CPD Certified Course


The content of this eLearning course has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines and offers 1 hour of CPD credit.



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