For many of us, a hybrid work approach is becoming the norm. This profound shift has taken place over a short period of time, prompting the need for a new set of skills.
How do we engage in collaborative work if some team members may be in-person and others remote? How do we forge a team culture in this new environment? How do we build trust and inclusion? What is the best way to onboard new team members? How do we balance work styles—encouraging introverts to speak up and managing extroverts who speak up repeatedly—to make sure everyone is heard? What are ways to create spontaneity and infuse a social aspect into our meetings? How do we influence stakeholders, effect team cohesion and network? How do we avoid burnout?
At our ARF Women in Analytics event on December 7, Alexandra Samuel, Co-Author of Remote, Inc.: How to Thrive at Work…Wherever You Are, will draw on her extensive remote work research and experience to share how to build an organizational model and culture that enables employees to shift between lively collaboration and focused solo work. Directly following, industry leaders will discuss their leadership principles and how they have adjusted their management styles to match the new work reality. We will leave time at the end to hear from you — to comment on what you heard and share your experiences.
Attendees will gain: