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Validity : 12th Sep'21 to 22nd Sep'21
The focus of this webinar is to understand the cultural issues of remote work and how to adapt to this “new normal”. The learning objectives are:
Due to the reality of COVID-19, the new normal is now remote and virtual work for most of the workforce throughout the world. Teams and workgroups, that once connected very frequently in person are now dispersed and working individually in an uncertain and evolving climate. It is going to put many company cultures to the test.
The right culture—a culture that embraces change, recognizes the new challenges facing employees and encourages them to take the initiative, do things differently, and more effectively—can support this shift, easing the transition and driving productivity. There are significant benefits that come from an effective culture.
Therefore, organizations need a plan to ensure they continue to create an employee and a customer experience that both reinforces the best of your culture and at the same time makes specific changes to deal with this new normal.
Yes, we are in the midst of a pandemic that is creating massive challenges for every organization, big and small. So, why be concerned with culture when you, as a manager, or supervisor, have so many other problems to deal with?
The reason is that Covid-19 has created massive challenges for your employees as well. Alongside the personal adjustments they are making in working remote, their working style—habits and behaviors—will also need to adapt. Therefore, it will require leaders to develop new or retooled managerial practices, as well as specific ways to reinforce the organizational culture for the “new normal” today and the future.
This webinar will help understand the power of culture, how it enhances or derails your teams especially in times of change and uncertainty; and implement 5 very practical, action oriented techniques to be more effective as leaders and managers during and after Covid-19.
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