Virtual Learning: Mastering Virtual Management Under Pressure: HR Edition
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The virtual employment and management universe is expanding at a rate no one ever anticipated. Once seen as a daydream scenario for employees facing the day-to-day struggles of working in a cubicle, high-rise, or office park, these days the opportunities for working remotely are more about necessity and organizational survival than just want or demand. So, as a HR professional, where does that leave you in supporting the front-line managers and development of policy to support these new times we're facing? Because we believe that no matter the situation--virtually or in a stationary work environment--managers need thoughtful HR policies and support that virtually mirror what they're facing each and every day directing and supporting a virtual employee or team.
This expert webcast will help any HR Professional, anywhere, learn:
- the growing art of effective virtual employee management policy needs
- how to develop an effective outline of modified virtual workplace norms
- how to support the managerial development of humility and humanity in the digital age
- how to support the outline of which workplace technologies are integral to your company's successes.
This program has been submitted for SHRM and HRCI recertification credit hour.
Program 12:00-1:00 PM
Virtual Event- webinar link is provided in registration confirmation email
Free to everyone
Ben Bisbee is a dreamer, a doer, a madman with focus; he's the good kind of dangerous. Ben is the co-author of #1 selling book, The Unashamed Guide to Virtual Management, a day-to-day guide for folks managing others from home, virtual or remote. In late 2019, Ben decided to change his entire professional life and is currently focused on creative efforts, writing, and continued authorship as a fiction, non-fiction, and young adult novelist. Prior to this career change, Ben was a multi-sector professional with more than 25 years of experience building successful and award-winning community engagement and development programs at organizations such as the American Red Cross, No Kid Hungry, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, First Book, AmeriCorps, 4-H, and many more. Ben lives in Northeast Ohio with his husband, Joe, and their 10 cats.
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