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WORKFORCE: Strategies to Engage and Enhance Your Remote Work Environment

February 23 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

$75

Join us the afternoon of Tuesday, February 23 from 3:00-5:00 p.m. MST to learn strategies to engage and enhance your remote work environment.

Our featured guest speakers have a background in human resources, recruitment, hosting team building events and playing a vital role in creating winning office environments.  

  3:00 – 3:05 Welcome Remarks
  3:05 – 3:40  Panel Discussion ( Lindsay Moellenberndt + Featured Guest Speakers)
  3:40 – 3:55  Speaker 1 – Cailean Bailey, Design Pickle
  3:55 – 4:00  Networking Breakout Group
  4:00 – 4:15  Speaker 2 – Erin Frizzell, Carvana
  4:15 – 4:20  Networking Breakout Group
  4:20 – 4:35  Speaker 3 – Mary Hall, Culturewise Consulting
  4:35 – 4:40  Networking Breakout Group
  4:40 – 4:55  Speaker 4 – Deborah Peck, Seity Insight
  4:55 – 5:00  Closing Remarks

 

Our 2021 A-Z Biz Link commitment to leaders and the local business community is to inspire, help participants to innovate and teach them how to implement. In order to keep in alignment with that, we have asked each of our speakers to teach participants a new tip, tool or tactic during their 15-minute educational workshop session. Interactive worksheets, surveys, etc have been encouraged.   

 

GUEST SPEAKERS:
Cailean Bailey, Senior Recruiter | Design Pickle
Erin Frizzell, Director of Employee Success | Carvana
Mary Hall, Founder & CEO | Culturewise Consulting
Deborah Peck, Founder & Principal Consultant | Seity Insight

 

Cailean Bailey

Senior Recruiter | Design Pickle

Cailean is the Senior Recruiter for Design Pickle, a remote-first company that was founded in Scottsdale, AZ. Design Pickle was founded in 2015 with a vision to change lives through its creative software, solutions, and services. With nearly 700 team members worldwide, the company has grown to be the leading flat-rate creative services company in the world.

Workshop: Design Pickle’s smart-working toolkit for leading a cutting-edge remote culture

 

Erin Frizzell

Director of Employee Success | Carvana

Erin is focused on living at the intersection of what nourishes people and what drives companies forward. Previously a consultant at PwC in the People & Organizations practice for technology, media and telecommunications for Fortune Top 50 companies, she had the good fortune to continue to take on these challenges at Carvana. With deep expertise in different contexts such as scaling for growth, cost reduction, customer experience, and improving organizational effectiveness, she gets really excited to solve challenges around culture, employee experience and working to create best practices in ambiguous situations. The ambiguity of 2020 – that we continue to experience into 2021 – being no exception; she continues to be at the center of answering many of Carvana’s work from home questions – from strategy to execution. At Carvana, in her Director of Employee Success role, her north star is set at setting up her operational stakeholders for success and fostering Carvana’s mission on her teams. With a newfound, amateur love of natural wines, she also likes to pretend to be athletic by running with her husband or 2 person “track club”, and coming home to be showered in licks by her three Australian Shepherds.

Workshop: Human Centric Leadership

People are not deliverables. This is a hard thing for many new, tenured, or even masters of the business world to remember. In our quest for speed, accuracy, results, and a sense of completion we can lose sight of those humans who are behind the creation of the decks, analysis, and policies that do propel companies forward. This “immediacy” is also the norm we’ve come to expect in so many ways, so why not expect it of ourselves and our people? (I mean, I could order a steak medium-rare with a side of creamed spinach at this very moment, and it could be here in 30 minutes!) But, people are not deliverables. They are dynamic, complicated, and interesting beings who are so much more than the sum of their work accomplishments. So what does that mean for your leadership style, the results you are held accountable to, and broadly your business? Well, let’s dive in together!

 

Mary Hall

Founder & CEO | Culturewise Consulting

Mary is a Workplace Culture Consultant who works with companies that want to create a workplace culture committed to Values, Employee Engagement and Community Impact. Her experience includes over 25 years of leadership as a company co-founder and COO.  She previously helped to grow a company from 5-500 employees who served over one million clients nation-wide. A strategic effort to build a meaningful culture resulted in three BBB Ethics awards, four Best Place to Work awards and two Presidential Points of Light for Volunteerism awards.  The commitment to culture resulted in positive financial results, but the most important results were happier and healthier people. Mary is a Conscious Capitalism Ambassador, a Best Companies AZ Strategic Partner, Most Admired Companies Judge, and has held board positions on local nonprofit boards. Her academic record includes a BS in Business/Accounting/CPA from Montana State University and a Masters in Nonprofit Studies from Arizona State University.

Workshop: The Workplace of the Future Arrived Yesterday – Embrace It!

What we know, what to embrace or erase, and what works to engage a remote workforce.

 

Deborah Peck

Founder & Principal Consultant | Seity Insight

Deb works with organizations to unlock the hidden potential & identify the key assets in the workplace. As an I/O Psychologist, she works with organizations and Senior executives to create organizational effectiveness combining her background in business management and computer science. Deb specializes in a systems approach to develop organizations and analyze their environment to enhance productivity, collaboration, find alignment and agility to gain a competitive advantage. She developed a product using Organization Network Analysis called KĒS Network Analysis. KĒS stands for Knowledge, Experience and Skills which represents the Human Capital components + Network Analysis represents the Social Capital components of the organization. Combined it offers a complete understanding and ‘view’ of the organization depicted in graphical maps that tell the story of how the work is really done in the organization. This process ‘Turns Intuition Into Science’ to understand the DNA of the organization. Deb is known for the work she does with leaders & organizations dealing with complex change, managing chaos, & developing a strategy for the workplace. Specialties: Social network analysis, Organization network analysis, organization change management, employee engagement, learning organization, leadership development, employee development and retention, Organization design, project management, program management, strategy development.

WorkshopThe five key competencies for leaders in 2021 for supporting a virtual workforce. 

 

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Date:
February 23
Time:
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost:
$75
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Live Virtual Event
United States

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A-Z Biz Link
Phone:
(480) 291-4961
Email:
lindsay@azbizlink.com
Website:
azbizlink.com

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