Remote teaching is an art. It does not simply consist of taking your usual content and delivering it virtually through software such as Zoom and others. There are many differences between remote and face-to-face teaching. To only name a few, the structure, content, activities, assessments, are all designed differently for a remote learning environment. The experience our trainers have in design and delivery of remote courses allows us to offer programs that foster optimal learner’s engagement and learning.


Upon request, all training topics usually taught in person could be built into remote training programs, based on your specific needs (see the tab Courses for topics suggestions). We can adapt the format according to your needs (webinar or virtual classrooms).


We also prepare a series of virtual classrooms programs that we can give to your managers and employees. While these topics could also be taught in a webinar format, we favoured the format of virtual classrooms when we designed these programs. These programs have been designed specifically to foster optimal learner’s engagement and active participation, by alternating between synchronous and asynchronous learning. Remote synchronous learning involves live virtual classes with interaction and participation of the learners and the teacher. The opposite, asynchronous learning, refers to learning activities carried out by the learner on their own, at their own pace and at the time they prefer. Our virtual classrooms offer you this balance to take advantage of the richness of group discussions and direct support from the trainer (synchronous), all the while allowing the learner to practise and apply their learnings to their own reality between the sessions (asynchronous). This format promotes a better knowledge transfer to the workplace and optimal support from the trainer.

In addition to tailored remote training programs answering your specific needs, here are a few virtual classrooms programs we can offer:


Throughout this program, you will learn to:

  • Describe the characteristics of different types of remote training programs and the appropriate context for each;

  • Understand structural differences between in-person and remote training;

  • Use tools that foster participants’ engagement;

  • Generate ideas of remote learning activities;

  • Adapt your visual support to the remote context;

  • Facilitate a remote training with more ease;

  • Develop a remote training program for one of your own current training programs.

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In this session, you will learn to:

  • Hold outcomes-based conversations;

  • Establish rules of engagement and clear performance expectations;

  • Create a feedback rhythm with one-on-one for alignment and making your employees feel heard and valued;

  • Develop your virtual leadership presence to develop your employees' self-leadership.


“The most important thing in communication is to hear what isn't being said.” - Peter Druker


In this session, you will learn to:

  • Attend to your own body language whilst attending to the communications with others;

  • Understand how body language affects your own emotions and reactions to events;

  • Respond to non-verbal communications of others;

  • Read body language indicators of other people;

  • Increase your confidence, persuasiveness and connection with others using speed, pitch, tone, volume of voice, gestures, eye contact, and personal space;

  • Adapt your communication style to the cross-cultural context.


“Good negotiators are made, not born.”


In this session, you will learn to:

  • Understand the wants and needs of colleagues better;

  • Navigate your way through confrontational objections with confidence;

  • Use the right questions in an optimal sequence;

  • Develop strategies for analysis and preparation of negotiations;

  • Create and maximize value in negotiations;

  • Reflect on personal behaviours and refine your approach to be more effective;

  • Develop the skill to manage emotions effectively and constructively whether yours or others’;

  • Match the process to the context.


“Most of us can hear, but few of us listen.”


In this session, you will learn to:

  • Use listening skills to create more effective, less confrontational, more productive professional and personal relationships;

  • Use strategies appropriately to improve one's ability to listen and to understand people;

  • Model proactive listening skills for others to emulate;

  • Increase your awareness of communication behaviours;

  • Understand how emotions affect their ability to listen;

  • Paraphrase and restate for clarification;

  • Manage and encourage constructive collaboration.


In this two-session training, you will learn to:

  • Adapt your current selection process to a remote environment;

  • Optimize your phone interviews as pre-screening;

  • Prepare & lead effective videoconference interviews;

  • Design remote practices to replace in-person group interviews, physical tests, and others;

  • Remotely foster a positive candidate experience throughout the entire process.


In this session, you will learn to:

  • Choose the most effective way to communicate;

  • Communicate to build rapport remotely and provide opportunities for remote social interaction;

  • Interpret tone and voice as proxies for face-to-face feedback;

  • Create context and communicate what matters to employees;

  • Make virtual meetings feel more real.


In this session, you will learn to:

  • Manage expectations by defining the scope, deadlines, and deliverables for each task or project your team is working on;

  • Develop a “deliverable mindset” by focusing on outcomes, not activity;

  • Build rapport remotely. Proactively manage the frequency of connection to support your team;

  • Invite your employees to be tactical and proactively solve problems;

  • Coach and enhance the calibre of the team with powerful coaching questions.


“Stories are the currency of human contact.” - Robert McKee


In this session, you will learn to:

  • Deliver informative and memorable presentations;

  • Generate content to support the big idea;

  • Get to know and segment your audience;

  • Communicate with clarity and conviction using pitch, tone, rate and volume;

  • Amplify your message using contrast, call for action, emotional appeal, sounds bites and storytelling principles;

  • Develop scripts that speak your audience’s language.


In this session, you will learn to:

  • Use three positive motivators to increase work performance (play, purpose, and potential);

  • Engage your remote teams;

  • Make use of two types of work to engage your employees: tactical work and adaptive performance;

  • Manage newly remote workers and help them overcome challenges associated with remote work;

  • Coach and give feedback to your employees;

  • Establish clear rules of engagement and meaningful performance objectives.

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