Wednesday, May 26, 2021
11:00AM PST/2:00PM EST/7:00PM GMT
Hybrid work is central to the reopening plans for countless organisations. Yet many leaders are wrestling with how to make hybrid models work—from identifying how many days employees can work remotely, to reorganising the office to promote collaboration, to crafting sustainable culture-building initiatives onsite. Because every hybrid work experience hinges on personalisation and flexibility, what may work well for one organisation may not work for another.
How do you craft a personalised hybrid plan that works for everyone? Join O.C. Tanner’s Mindi Cox, Daniel Patterson and Meghan Stettler as they discuss the future of work and key principles for creating a hybrid model where people can thrive, do great work, and deliver business results.
• Consider critical cultural impacts as you shape your hybrid model
• See how a personalised framework can reinforce culture and retain talent
• Build a connected workplace of trust, appreciation, and opportunity
Mindi Cox Senior Vice President of People & Great Work, O.C. Tanner
Mindi works to connect people with purpose. She believes an organisation’s business potential is intimately tied to its sense of humanity. Her goal is to help cultivate workplace cultures where people feel connected to the greater purpose and impact of their work. She has 20 years of experience in sales, marketing, and as a human resource executive focused on practices that contribute to strengthening company culture. Mindi was named 2018 Human Resource Executive of the Year by the Stevie® Award for Great Employers and recognised as Human Resource Executive of the Year by Utah Business Magazine. She is SPHR and SHRM-SCP certified. She also holds a BA in Journalism and an MBA from the University of Utah. She is the proud mom to three busy sons and is grateful for the perspective her tribe gives her on work, life, wellbeing, and whole-life awareness in the workplace.
Daniel Patterson Senior Researcher, O.C. Tanner Institute
As the senior researcher for the O.C. Tanner Institute, Daniel excels in generating actionable insights that shape workplace culture outcomes for organisations worldwide. Specialising in mixed-method research, he develops tailored initiatives to improve communication and engagement for clients across a variety of industries where his depth of experience in cultural and narrative analysis enables him to consult with organisations in ways that improve the overall employee experience. Daniel holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Utah, with advanced studies in research and theory.
Meghan Stettler Director of O.C. Tanner Institute
As a trusted voice for the O.C. Tanner Institute, most recently via its groundbreaking COVID-19 weekly webinars, Meghan specialises in knitting together key sentiments and perspectives across the table to identify win-win strategies for workplace culture success. Throughout her career, she has forged diplomatic partnerships with countries and companies in the Middle East, the Americas, Europe, and the Indo-Pacific regions, interfacing with CEOs, energy secretaries, ambassadors, and governors. She has also addressed over a million viewers as an award-winning journalist and producer with Al Jazeera, News 12 New York, and Network News Service, a pioneering organisation serving ABC, CBS, and FOX. Meghan was recently named to the HRD Global 100, a list of the best and brightest industry leaders in HR.
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