Virtual Learning: Applying your Values to a Virtual Environment
Thank You to Our Event Sponsor:
Tiaki was founded because we believe organizations have the opportunity to truly nurture their employees and that the time and attention in this area has a direct impact on the bottom line. This work begins with a firm grounding in values - what an organization believes and what they believe in. This foundation drives how the organization engages with all stakeholders and in particular how people engage in authentic, values-driven interactions throughout the organization. During this unique time, many organizations are continuing to adapt and adjust to meet the needs of their employees and their clients. For many organizations, this involves an increased virtual workforce.
During this webinar we will host a conversation focused on how your organization can navigate in a virtual world in a way that is consistent with your values and in alignment with your culture. Additionally, we will take the time to review literature on work-family conflict and work-family culture and discuss how this body of knowledge is even more important as the merging of home and work continues.
Our learning objectives for the event will be:
1. Understand the importance of organizational values and how they contribute to creating the culture an organization desires.
2. Evaluate and adjust their virtual interactions and virtual environments for cultural alignment.
3. Evaluate their organization and apply insight into the relationship between work-family conflict and organizational culture.
This program has been submitted for SHRM and HRCI recertification credit hour.
July 16, 2020
Program 12:00-1:00 PM
Virtual Event- webinar link is provided in registration confirmation email
Free to everyone
Kathy Lentner is an experienced consultant, coach, speaker, and facilitator with over 20 years of experience partnering with global and regional organizations to protect and nurture healthy, creative cultures and to help organizations design and reach their desired future.
She believes that a healthier approach to work is essential to resilience, growth, and wellness in work and in life and that organizations have the unique opportunity to more fully impact (and benefit from) the health and happiness of their employees. Kathy is dedicated to supporting individuals and organizations in creating happy and healthy work environments. Believing that well-supported and appreciated employees help businesses thrive, she works with organizations to create a pathway to greater satisfaction, more engaged and energized employees, increased creativity, and ultimately improved productivity.
Work can be an environment in which people thrive, and through her work she identifies immediate opportunities for improvement while removing the barriers that hold organizations back. This allows companies to better attract and retain top talent by focusing on their greatest asset -- their people.
Kathy earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Marietta College and a Master’s in Organizational Development and Analysis from Case Western Reserve University. Kathy has her Executive Coaching Certification from the Weatherhead School of Management as well as her certification to administer and interpret multiple assessment systems. Kathy has also shared her real world expertise as an adjunct faculty member at Kent State University, as a board member for the Marietta College Alumni Association and a board member and advisor for the Ohio Environmental Council.
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