What is the webinar about and what can attendees expect to learn?
Leading Well, Remotely. Taking care of your organization during times of transition.
Transitioning from a suddenly remote work situation to returning to the office and adapting work-from-home practices is challenging whether it’s done out of necessity or choice. As companies have begun to settle into new routines, it is now time to face the next challenge of when and how to safely return to the workplace. Leaders are primarily responsible for navigating their organization through this transition. We will cover in-person companies, hybrid remote, and fully remote companies.
- Leading the transition for your employees
- Assess the workplace & workforce now while employees are still working from home
- Map out a phased approach for return to the office
- Update any policies, processes, tools & tech, culture & people
- Prepare for a hybrid team
- Leading the transition for your clients
- Lead with your values
- Reflect on your client’s needs & refine the client experience
- Show clients how to engage with your organization
- Think Long Term
Who is it for?
Ideal for managers, directors, and business leaders in small organizations.
Who are the presenters?
Maryellen Stockton is the co-founder and CEO of Work Well Wherever. She is a People Operations Consultant who has worked for 15 years encouraging individuals to achieve positive work/life experiences and helping companies create inspired work cultures. Six years ago, she began working remotely for a virtual staffing firm and quickly became an expert in company culture, employee engagement, and building teams outside the traditional office.
Kelly Street is a lead consultant with Work Well Wherever. Kelly has 3 years of remote work leadership and a decade of marketing and people management, with experience leading a company following the EOS/Traction methodology. Kelly’s experience working in and with small businesses started at the age of 4 in her parent’s home goods store. Her background in marketing and communication lends an interesting take on remote work and HR, with her approach focusing on helping companies make a better place to work for potential and current employees.
Kirk is an innovative and creative leader who is never satisfied with the status quo. Kirk’s three priorities are: build a great culture, help credit unions succeed, and deliver amazing technology experiences. When he was just sixteen, Kirk started a high school bank in a small town in Southern Oregon. After moving to Washington, DC to attend college, Kirk began his credit union and technology careers working with Agriculture FCU, Fiserv, and NIH Federal Credit union. After starting CUCTO, a networking group for Credit Union technology management, he forged his own path by founding Ongoing Operations, CU Wallet, and CU 2.0. All of his ventures currently operate remotely.
Date: July 23rd, 2020
Time: 11:00am PT, 11:30am PDT