Letting employees work remotely is no longer a perk. The devastating effects of COVID-19 now require most employees to work from home, at least for the foreseeable future.
Once employees get set up with their workspace, technology, and new routine, then what? How do you effectively manage remote employees, whose needs and experiences are different from when they were in the office? How does communication, coaching, and performance management change?
How can you connect and build a workplace culture for employees that you don’t see every day?
Join Karen Gray, Director of Launch Management at O.C. Tanner, on Wednesday, April 22nd at 2pm EST, as she shares best practices for managing, engaging, and building strong workplace cultures for remote employees.
Join us to learn:
• Best practices in managing, developing, appreciating, and engaging remote employees
• How to successfully onboard and connect remote employees
• Cultural issues for global companies to keep in mind
About the speaker:
Karen Gray brings over 20 years of recognition industry experience in sales, consulting, and project management to her current position at O.C. Tanner overseeing the implementation of global recognition solutions and their supporting strategies. A results-oriented professional with a passion for coaching, developing, and motivating high-performing teams, she thrives on fostering a culture of engagement and empowerment through servant leadership and appreciation.
Karen virtually manages her global team from a home office in Florida. When she’s not working, Karen is an enthusiast of running, strength training, and practicing yoga.
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