Engendering Trust in a Hybrid World!

  • Friday, February 04, 2022
  • 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
  • The Tower Club, 8000 Towers Crescent Dr Suite 1700, Vienna, VA

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It’s no secret that workplaces across the globe are engaging in unprecedented times as we are leading through a global pandemic, the great resignation, and social justice movements. This insightful session will explore ways in which companies can navigate this ever-evolving, post-pandemic work culture, overcome mistakes, build trust in leadership and enhance the employee experience. Professor Bowman will provide actionable steps on how HR professionals need to play a key role with the organization’s leadership by creating a culture of transparency, consistency, accountability, and courage.


Understand the importance of having a strong organizational culture, especially during times of uncertainty.

Discuss the considerations in creating and managing organizational culture and rebuilding trust.

Define the factors that shape an organization’s culture and trust in leadership.

Identify best practices to ensure the continuity and success of an organization’s culture.

Recognized as a Top 30 Global Guru for Management, TedX speaker, and author, Natasha Bowman, JD, SPHR has labored to transform the American workplace from the inside out for nearly 20 years. As a champion for employees, she’s worked with a broad range of organizations as a c-suite HR executive to create an engaging environment where employees are respected, genuine leaders are cultivated, and top performance is achieved. Natasha is an award-winning, modern-day pioneer of workplace equality, inspiring organizations to not just pay lip service to workplace rights but craft highly-engaged cultures where every employee is truly dignified and valued for their contribution. Because of her ability to diagnose workplace issues and provide proven solutions to organizations, she is often referred to as The Workplace Doctor.






 



    

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