FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 2021
2:00 - 3:30 p.m. PTVirtual Education
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Join the authors of the Wall Street Journal best-selling book, No Hard Feelings for a session on preparing for your return-to-office plan, as well as what the future of remote work and digital communication will look like for your organization. Will you encourage employees to come in two days a week? Will you allow employees to work from anywhere? There are many questions to grapple with.
If you're an HR leader, your role is to give your people as much certainty about the future as possible. And while no one really knows what the world will look like six months from now, there are a few steps you can take to reduce anxiety about an eventual return-to-office. In this session you will learn the emerging research and best practices on hybrid workplaces, well as a structure for designing and communicating about what a return to the office will look like. You will walk away with tactical tools like how-to run a return to office survey and methods for engaging teams and leadership around this transition. As a bonus, the authors will share their top tips on how to communicate better in a digital world, which you can use for yourself and share with your organization. This session will include chances to learn from each other about what each of your organizations is considering for a return to office structure.
1) How to plan for a successful return to office, in whatever form that looks like for your organization
2) How to engage with and communicate with others about a return to office
3) How to avoid digital miscommunication
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Liz Fosslien is the co-author and illustrator of No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotion at Work. She leads Content at Humu, where she helps leaders and their teams take small steps towards profound improvement. Prior to joining Humu, Liz designed and led workshops for executives at Google, Facebook, and Nike on how to create inclusive cultures. Her writing and data visualization projects have appeared in CNN, The Economist, The Financial Times, and NPR.
Mollie West Duffy is the co-author of No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotion at Work. She leads Organizational Development at RALLY, and was previously an Organizational Design Lead at global innovation firm IDEO. Mollie formerly worked as a research associate for the Dean of Harvard Business School. She has worked with companies of all sizes to develop good workplace culture. Her writing has been featured in Fast Company, Quartz, Entrepreneur, Quiet Rev and other digital outlets, and she’s taught design courses at Stanford and USC.