Remote Work: How To Get the Best Results - eProgram (3 Sessions)
Tuesday, September 18; Thursday, September 20; Tuesday, September 25
11:30am - 12:45pm each day
Qualifies for 3.0 General HRCI Recertification Credits / 3.0 SHRM PDCs
Price: Members $195 / General $245 / Join Now (includes a 1-year membership) $379.97
What does success look like for those working remotely? How do you get the best results working from home and with other remote workers? More and more organizations are offering remote work options for their employees. Stay on top of employment trends and join us as we dive into all the opportunities to leverage and threats to avoid with remote work for your organization. Consider options and flexibility as talent acquisition and retention tools, allowing your organization to attract a hidden workforce (e.g., stay-at-home moms, retirees, etc.), or help your current employees find better work-life balance, thereby improving the productivity and well-being of your employees.
Going remote changes how you measure work and how you structure your work - you need to have a clear system in place for this to work.
Traditional brick and mortar offices are made for extroverts, usually full of public recognition and colleagues tooting their own horns. Introverts tend to thrive in remote settings, as they can reduce outside stimulation and recharge their energy. As business needs allow, flexibility can allow employees to pursue other passions, take care of family, usually find better work-life balance, and still get their work done.
(7/23) - Session 1: The good, the bad and the ugly of remote work - exploring what really works
(7/25) - Session 2: Developing “culture glue”- make it sticky, make it work, or die trying!
(7/30) - Session 3: Remote success - a deep dive into measurement and listening
Each session will review best practices, practical tips, and stories from real company success. As a participant, you can expect to:
· Uncover the top seven things that really make a difference at work.
· Learn how to better budget time and effort to make improvements.
· Develop a personal plan for WTF (“where to focus”).
· Capitalize on your culture’s strengths.
· Improve engagement and retention strategies, with a focus on Millennials.
· Overcome barriers to listening, such as internal and external distractions, and cognitive biases.
· Develop formal and informal communication practices for improving listening.
· Leverage purposeful listening to build trust, teamwork, and commitment.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Chris Dyer, CEO, PeopleG2
Chris Dyer founded PeopleG2 in 2001 with a singular goal to make his vision for excellence in human capital due diligence services a reality. A recognized authority on human capital intelligence processes and best practices, he understands the complex challenges inherent to talent management decisions.
Forbes shared Chris’ insight with readers in the article, “The 10 Dos and Don’ts of Conducting Employee Background Checks,” and other publications have followed suit by publishing articles that have included Chris' insights. As an expert on the unique challenges associated with due diligence services, Chris educates business leaders and organizations on best practices by speaking to groups on an ongoing basis.
Chris has built an award-winning culture in his own company. His passion for engagement and the success that comes about by having engaged employees is something that not only drives him, but overflows into those that hear him speak. He provides real examples that helps attendees know that all organizations can exude award winning cultures as well!