Hybrid work, flexible work, distributed work. Whatever you call it, we are doing it – but are we doing it well? Join us for this power-packed series to learn how your employees can upskill, optimize performance, and enhance team culture in our ever-evolving work environment.
Thursday, March 16, 2023 12:00-1:00PM Central
Collaboration Hacks for Hybrid and Remote Teams with Lora Haines
While water cooler catch ups, office banter, and desk drop-ins often made team collaboration more accessible or seamless in the office, professionals now need to be intentional about building relationships, fostering collaboration, and improving efficiency while working with hybrid teams. We’ll share tips and tricks for those who are still struggling with new operating procedures like how to strike the right cadence of communication with colleagues, how to make the most of virtual/hybrid meetings, and how to set and manage expectations while working remotely.
Tuesday, April 4, 2023 12:00-1:00PM Central
Banish Burnout: Stress Management with Ariadne Ducas
Leaders and employees are being stretched to the limit, and burnout is just around the corner if we can’t find and maintain balance in our lives. What are those tangible tips for reclaiming your days, your time…and your sanity? Balance – what does it even mean? And how can we intentionally create it?
Thursday, April 27, 2023 12:00-1:00PM Central
Managing Through Change: Confidence in Uncertain Times with Jennifer Lee
Change is not easy. When an organization transforms the way it does business, there is a rollercoaster of emotions and reactions – and not that many smiley face emojis. As a leader, how do you manage the stages of change and share a clear vision of hope and certainty? How do you lead your team forward confidently and assertively and keep morale high along the way?
Wednesday, May 24, 2023 12:00-1:00PM Central
Building Belonging: Remote and Hybrid Teams with Gregory Tall
With more employees working remotely or on a hybrid schedule, there are a host of new challenges and opportunity areas that leaders face. How do managers establish and build trust with diverse teams when there are fewer opportunities for spontaneous and casual connections? Does the need to “schedule a call” cut back on in-the-moment feedback or impromptu spot coaching? How might you mitigate bias when delegating, giving recognition, or offering new projects to team members?