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How to Keep an Inclusive Culture with a Remote Workforce

With your workforce working remotely, it is the responsibility of all employees—leaders, managers and individual contributors—to help maintain an inclusive culture. Inclusive teams and organizations bring value to all stakeholders, and improve the daily and routine work practices and behaviors that will need to be in place to maximize diverse perspectives. You will need to be a continuous learner with an active curiosity about yourself and about others’ perspectives, develop self-awareness, and manage conflict effectively. With these skills, you are positioning yourself to create an environment where you and your colleagues can contribute your ideas, perspectives and strengths at work, and to realize team and organizational success. In this webcast you will: Develop self-awareness to improve empathy and create balance Understand why it’s critical to break down barriers between different generations Learn best practices for inclusive and safe meetings About the Presenter Lauren McNally is the director of AMA’s Women’s Leadership Center, overseeing the strategic direction of membership and corporate initiatives including content vision, event development, and marketing strategies. She is energized by supporting organizations that are working to develop women for future advancement through community and meaningful education. Prior to coming to AMA, McNally led marketing efforts for the National Association of Professional Women and Professional Diversity Network. She graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in visual communication design from the University of Hartford.

Seminar Number: 17982

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Who Should Attend

Professionals in Diversity and Inclusion, Human Resources, Training, Learning and Development, Team Leaders, Managers and anyone participating in virtual team meetings.

 

With your workforce working remotely, it is the responsibility of all employees—leaders, managers and individual contributors—to help maintain an inclusive culture. Inclusive teams and organizations bring value to all stakeholders, and improve the daily and routine work practices and behaviors that will need to be in place to maximize diverse perspectives.

You will need to be a continuous learner with an active curiosity about yourself and about others’ perspectives, develop self-awareness, and manage conflict effectively. With these skills, you are positioning yourself to create an environment where you and your colleagues can contribute your ideas, perspectives and strengths at work, and to realize team and organizational success.

In this webcast you will:

  • Develop self-awareness to improve empathy and create balance
  • Understand why it’s critical to break down barriers between different generations
  • Learn best practices for inclusive and safe meetings

About the Presenter

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Lauren McNally is the director of AMA’s Women’s Leadership Center, overseeing the strategic direction of membership and corporate initiatives including content vision, event development, and marketing strategies. She is energized by supporting organizations that are working to develop women for future advancement through community and meaningful education. Prior to coming to AMA, McNally led marketing efforts for the National Association of Professional Women and Professional Diversity Network. She graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in visual communication design from the University of Hartford.

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