Today’s workplace is full of constant change, pressure to perform and workplace practices that either build or tear down engagement. With an ever increasing number of employees working remotely or with teams across the country, there’s a new feeling of isolation. This session will explore best practices and lessons learned for leading and growing teams in the "Age of Isolation."
In this interactive program, participants will:
1. Explore the importance of building trust, setting input and feedback rhythms and treating employees equally but not the same.
2. Learn how to build rapport through new "watercooler" conversations and see the power and importance of asking the right questions.
3. Receive practical tips and lessons learned for engaging remote, isolated, or disenfranchised employees
Speaker: Keith Peterson, MRA
Keith loves to tell stories, motivate teams, and help people find their personal gifts. He’s passionate about mentoring others and helping organizations build and lead effective teams. He leads MRA’s Learning & Development division, with responsibilities to expand leadership and HR training programs and educational offerings, including scheduled/public programs, tailored onsite training, and virtual e-learning throughout MRA’s four-state Midwest footprint.
Keith is a marketing leader, trainer and educator, and keynote speaker. He’s a highly influential and collaborative executive best known for creating motivated, high-performing teams. As an HR industry veteran, Keith brings to MRA considerable knowledge and expertise from his 25-year HR industry career. Most recently he served as the vice president of marketing at Ceridian, a global human capital management software company.
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