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Upcoming Info Session
"Creating a Remote Culture of Engagement & Productivity"
Presented by Nancy Whatley-Blaine
Leaders are being called upon to do a better job at creating synergy through remote engagement, diagnosing disengagement, and leveraging tools to measure performance output. This session provides insights and practical tools to help you get your team where they need to be. Engaged employees significantly improve company performance. Yet, high expectations, coupled with our new work environment, can compound stress and worry, as well as accelerate burnout. Employees who are connected to an inclusive team work harder, stay longer, and motivate others to do the same. How do you know if your employees are ready and able to “go the extra mile”? This session will help you explore common disengagement issues and provide you with practical tools to help team members cope and optimize productivity. Learn how to create connection, and reveal how to establish and maintain an inclusive team culture – even while working remotely.
At the end of the session, you will:
- Understand what Remote Engagement looks like in our current landscape
- Leverage the “16 Elements” of engagement, satisfaction, and performance
- Learn how to diagnose disengagement
Eligible for .1 CEU | 1 PDU - Virtual attendance is required. Certificates of Attendance will be emailed after the presentation.
Nancy Whatley-Blaine Bio
Nancy is deeply committed to supporting the ongoing education and development of an organization’s most valuable resource – its people. She is dedicated to ensuring each person has the skills, knowledge, and resources they need to consistently provide our clients with unparalleled service. Nancy has served most of her career as a learning consultant. A leader in Talent and Organizational Development, Nancy provides strategic vision and leadership to meet holistic talent development needs including special programs to ensure organizations remain vibrant, sustainable, and ready to serve clients for future generations.
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