Leaderships Role in Building and Maintaining Connections for Distributed Teams

Tuesday, October 4th -
Tuesday, October 25th
Institute
Leaderships Role in Building and Maintaining Connections for Distributed Teams
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Women Leading Remote Team

reLead Approach

Leaders have a tremendous impact on company culture and the employee experience. The future of work is reflective of the fundamental ways in which work is changing – how, who, when, and where – and that means we also need a shift in the mindset of our leaders. The capabilities that got our leaders where they are today, are not the same as what will help them thrive in the future. reLead is designed to recalibrate leaders’ aptitude for managing uncertainty, taking a people-centric approach, and being successful in this new hybrid-remote environment.

Institute

Leaderships Role in Building and Maintaining Connections for Distributed Teams

Now more than ever we need to acknowledge the changing role of leaders in our organizations today. We are moving forward with a new way of work. While some were already distributed employees before the Covid pandemic, we continue to see flexible work options on the rise. Some companies have decided to stay remote while others are exploring a permanent hybrid model. This means that leaders, managers, and other executives need to be thinking about people-strategies that align with this future of work.
 
reLead introduces practices to help you rethink the ways you lead going forward. An ongoing challenge for managing people remotely is ensuring they stay connected. The aim of this institute is to strengthen leadership capacity by building connections for distributed teams.

3 Key Decisions

  • Implement Connection Strategies to Mitigate Disconnection
  • Allocate personnel and financial resources to be responsible for the remote employee experience
  • Develop Remote-First Strategies to Retain And Engage Distributed Teams

Session Format and Time Commitment

This session will be a combination of synchronous and asynchronous learning and collaboration with other leaders, managers, and executives to help you understand the importance of personal and professional connections in our lives, and your role in supporting these efforts for your teams.

Dates and Times of Synchronous Meetings

  • Tuesday, October 4 @ 12 pm - 1:30 pm EST
  • Tuesday, October 11 @ 12 pm - 4 pm EST
  • Tuesday, October 18 @ 12 pm - 4 pm EST
  • Tuesday, October 25 @ 12 pm - 1:30 EST
Tuesday, October 4th - Tuesday, October 25th
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Early Bird Deadline

Tuesday, September 6th

$895

Early Bird Registration Fee


General Registration

After Tuesday, September 6th

$995

General Registration Fee

This Institute is for:
People Operations
  • Vice President of People Operations / HR
  • Director of People / HR
  • Human Resources Manager
C-Suite Executives
  • Founder / Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
  • Chief Operations Officer (COO)
  • Chief People Officer (CPO)
  • Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)
By the end of the session, attendees will be able to:
Relead diversity

Describe the importance of social connections for distributed employees

Relead talent acquistion

Identify and customize strategies to engage remote employees in your context

Relead talent delivery

Explain techniques for distributed talent acquisition

Relead onboarding

Create an action plan for next steps

Speakers
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Jennifer Cameron
Jennifer Cameron
CEO
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Kaleem Clarkson
Kaleem Clarkson
Chief Operating Officer

Early Bird Deadline

Tuesday, September 6th

$895

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