September's Keynote Speaker:
Managing the Remote Workforce: Effective Leadership in the Digital Age
In today’s dramatically changing digital landscape, all work has remote components, whether team members are co-located in a single building, dispersed worldwide, or somewhere in between. Virtual distance affects every digital interaction and impacts communication, innovation, and critical problem solving.
In HR, remote work affects functions from recruitment and retention, wage and hour, and performance expectations and reviews.
This workshop will help participants recognize and navigate virtual distance so they can boost effectiveness and results no matter where their team is on the co-located/dispersed continuum.
About the Speaker:
- understand the pervasiveness, challenges, and opportunities of virtual distance and identify its existence and impact in their organizations
- discover ways to be more effective, as both a team member and leader, in an increasingly dispersed workforce
- begin to develop creative solutions to the challenges of virtual distance in their organizations
Florence Moyer founded her coaching and consulting business after more than 25 years working in public and private education and health care management. She helps mission-focused professionals make work work betterthrough coaching, team facilitation, workshops, and speaking. Her specialties include navigating career transitions, growing leadership skills, and managing effectively across generations.
She holds an MBA from Widener University and an MM from Westminster Choir College and is trained to administer and interpret the Myer’s Briggs Type Instrument, DiSC, VIA Survey of Character Strengths, and Clifton StrengthsFinder. When she’s not helping her clients be well, do good, and enjoy the ride, she sings with Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia, teaches at Tyler Arboretum and spoils Elphaba, her pet rabbit.
HRCI/SHRM credits are pending for this event
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