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COVID-19 & remote working: How to make it work when we’re not together
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COVID-19 & remote working: How to make it work when we’re not together

About this Webinar

The Coronavirus pandemic is forcing many people to work remotely on a long-term basis for the first time, often with little time to prepare. This creates challenges for everyone involved: the individual employees, their work teams and managers, and their families. In this webinar, two expert communicators will examine how to help your employees successfully make this transition while staying engaged and productive.

Takeaways

  • What kind of challenges should newly remote employees expect, and how can you prepare them?
  • What types of support, tools, and activities can you provide them to adjust to working remotely?
  • What “best practices” can HR and Communications professionals implement to help remote employees succeed in their new environments?
  • How did the communications team at Wentworth Institute of Technology help move students, faculty, and staff to an online study / remote work environment in a matter of two weeks?
  • How can you help senior executives rethink their communication roles and adjust to working remotely themselves?

Speakers

Ethan McCarty

Ethan McCarty

Founder & CEO

Karmon Runquist

Karmon Runquist

Director of Web & Digital Communications

Moderator

Neil Lieberman

Neil Lieberman

Head of US Marketing

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