Lead Remote Teams Differently: Best Practices

Wharton Club of DC presents:

"Lead Remote Teams Differently: Best Practices - Dr. Deborah Smith Cook, PhD"

Deborah will lead us through a discussion of the best practices for leading, motivating, and holding remote teams accountable, and overcoming challenges of a hybrid team. All welcome. Members free.

  • Virtual Event:  

  • Who should attend:

    • Anyone leading a remote team
    • Everyone who could benefit from suggestions on working or leading remotely
    • Those working in hybrid situations: part virtual, part in-person
    • Q&A to follow
  • Description:
  • It’s not easy to lead remote teams.
    • Deborah will lead us through a discussion of the best practices for leading, motivating, and holding remote teams accountable.
    • She will talk about the particular challenges of leading a hybrid remote team.
  • Please join Dr. Deborah Smith Cook from Atheseus for a virtual, roundtable discussion on leading remote teams.


  • Deborah Smith Cook  |  Remote Team Leader
  • Deborah has spent much of her career leading remote teams and as a remote worker in organizations such as the US Securities and Exchange Commission, Caliber Learning Network, and the University of Baltimore. As a Dean, Associate Professor, and Visiting Lecturer, she has taught strategic management and marketing at George Washington University, Texas A&M University, and Indiana University.
  • In 2017, Deborah founded Atheseus, a management consulting company helping remote teams become more engaged, collaborative, and accomplished.  Deborah’s clients have included government agencies, non-profits, and private sector ranging from start-up tech companies to Fortune 500 companies.
  • She is a Certified Facilitator in Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team and Everything DiSC as well as PROSCI Change Management.   Deborah earned a doctoral degree from Indiana University in Strategic Management and Organizational Behavior and an MBA from Michigan State University with concentrations in finance and marketing.  Deborah was a Fulbright Scholar to INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France.
  • A highly collaborative and energetic facilitator, Deborah delights her audiences with her knowledge, wisdom, and practical tips for remote team effectiveness. She can be reached at deborah@atheseus.com or on LinkedIn --https://www.linkedin.com/in/deborah-smith-cook/
  • Everyone welcome: Just 19/screen to get insight from a top expert!


Feb 23 2021


Eastern Time
11:45 am - 1:00 pm


$19/person (or screen!)

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