As part of our firm’s co-ownership in Career Partners International (CPI), we’re hosting a series of webinars throughout the year to share HR industry experts’ viewpoints on trending topics.
Our next webinar will focus on the virtual workforce and feature Bill Florin of Learning Dynamics, a fellow CPI Partner firm. Discussion will be around the strategies managers and leaders can use to build effective teams that are able to work across boundaries, functions, cultures, geographies, and time zones.
Today’s world of work is global as well as diverse, with employees based across the US as well as overseas. This global reach requires employees to work collaboratively in virtual teams from Boise to Beijing and beyond. As a result, leaders are presented with challenges that demand adjustments to traditional management practices that may have worked well in the past. Today’s business leaders and managers need to master new communication skills that produce effective team results across multiple offices and time zones. Understanding cross-cultural technology and customs, as well as the sensitivities of a multi-generational and multi-cultural work force, is necessary in order to achieve optimum success.
With over three decades of experience in evolving workplace best practices, the team from Learning Dynamics will be illuminating the most frequent disruptors to team productivity and proposing practical resolutions. We will explore ways to increase engagement, develop relationships, and bridge cultural differences. Ultimately, the goal of the program is to identify ways to get things done. With the proper guidance, your teams can deliver on those promises of effectiveness and efficiency, achieving well beyond your current results and expectations.
This program is valid for 1 PDC toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification.
This webinar is free and is offered at several times:
Date: March 12, 2019 Time: 11:00AM – 12:PM EST
Date: March 14, 2019 Time: 7:00PM – 8:00PM EST
Click here to register today.
To access a recording of our previous webinar, “Workplace Civility on a Continuum,” click here.