TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2020
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. PT
Virtual HR Round Table
As shelter-in-place orders begin to ease, employers face tough decisions and weigh options of whether or not to reopen or continue remote work and socially distance arrangements. It is no surprise that COVID-19 has impacted how businesses conduct themselves tremendously. With no signs of relief, employers will still face many challenges in keeping a remote and socially distanced workplace engaged and active. Join us for a discussion around the following themes as it relates to the age of remote workers.
- How do we foster a workplace culture of connection while social distancing or working remotely?
- How do we effectively engage a remote workforce? We will explore ways to shift employees’ mindset of how we work while creating connection and accountability.
- How do we effectively measure and enhance productivity in a COVID-19 environment?
- What are the best practices for providing performance feedback in the remote environment?
- How do we use innovation to support our culture of connection?
- How do we address the cultural impact of COVID-19?
- How do we ensure that employees feel safe in a post COVID-19 environment?
$30Login information will be emailed 1-3 business days prior to the event.
Christine Rodman—With over 20 years of progressive human resource and training experience, Christine imparts her passion for sharing knowledge and expertise in the HR and compliance arena. She has successfully developed and facilitated various training programs to increase productivity, ensure legal compliance and boost morale for numerous organizations, including in the wine industry, nonprofit, construction, drilling, manufacturing, hospitality, health care and private small businesses. Her training expertise includes employing effective communication, conflict resolution, employee engagement, supervisory/performance management, employment updates, compensation, diversity and inclusion, wage and hour compliance, ADA, workplace harassment prevention, and reasonable suspicion.
Chuck McPherson—With over 20 years of global business and management experience, Chuck brings an extensive portfolio of expertise in human capital and organizational development results. He has led large and small teams through organizational effectiveness, change management, strategic planning and professional development initiatives. His consulting focus includes leading businesses with traditional teams through untraditional planning processes and supporting clients in the fields of Organization Development, Human Resources, Executive Coaching, and Executive Search.
He has been published and quoted in numerous magazines, newspapers, books and studies for his work with collaboration technologies and human resource development, including The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, Sun Sentinel, The New York Times, Top Consultant and Training Magazine.