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Flash Webinar: Guidance and Tips for Managing (Newly) Remote Work Teams

  • June 4, 2020 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM
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In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) threat, government and health authorities across the country continue to stress the importance of social distancing, while encouraging employers to allow employees to work from home whenever possible. Working from home may not be an option in many work environments. And even for organizations that are able to continue operations with employees working from remote locations, this sudden shift has raised a wide range of challenges and questions, particularly from managers and other business leaders who have never led remote teams or administered such an arrangement.

How and when to check-in with employees? How to maintain a collaborative work environment?  How to provide feedback? How to recognize and react to an employee who is struggling?  What are the legal implications of a remote working arrangement? Even when the COVID-19 threat subsides, remote workers are likely to represent a new reality for many organizations, and managers at all levels will need to master the skills required to lead remote teams.

Please join us for this complimentary and timely webinar as we offer guidance and tips for adopting and administering remote work arrangements. Explore strategies that can help you ease the transition and improve the engagement and productivity of remote employees.

Who Should Attend

This 30-minute flash webinar is designed specifically for managers and supervisors responsible for leading remote teams, as well as HR professionals responsible for administering remote work arrangements, or apprising business leaders of the developments impacting employees.

About the Speaker

Mike Mulhern
Co-Founder and Principal, Clover Lane Partners LLC

Mike Mulhern is committed to helping managers and supervisors develop and improve the people skills they need to lead teams and drive performance. At Clover Lane, Mike provides practical, experienced-based instruction through a variety of engaging workshops and programs, each tailored to meet specific client goals and objectives. Prior to Clover Lane, Mike was an associate and partner for 31 years at the international law firm, Winston & Strawn LLP, concentrating his practice in labor and employment relations. He worked with clients across a broad spectrum of industries to develop preventative and risk-reducing strategies that advanced core business objectives. He was also a regular speaker on employment-related topics at professional and trade association conferences and continuing education programs.

Mike received a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Notre Dame and a J.D. from the University of Notre Dame Law School. See Mike’s full bio here.