When many of us transitioned to remote work in March, we were prepared to ‘make it work’ for a few months at most. Nearly ten months later, 77% report that some pandemic-induced changes will become permanent.
As we close out 2020, now is the perfect time to embrace our new reality and invest in creating a thriving remote culture — one that attracts new talent and improves employee creativity, productivity and wellbeing. Optimizing for a remote team helps organizations of all sizes and industries reach tremendous new heights and unlock the benefits of a flexible workplace.
Attendees will walk (virtually) away with:
- Insight on how to inspire and support your socially distanced team
- Best practices for managing time and productivity when working from home
- Practical perspectives on how employers and employees can thrive in this shifting landscape
Future Members: $45
Bring the whole remote team and save!
Member table of 5: $150
You will receive a link with instructions to join upon registration.
Director of Culture & Innovation, TaxJar
As the ‘architect of company culture’ for a fully distributed team of 160+ employees, Boyles has been names one of Remote-How’s top 50 thought leaders and is recognized for her role in adopting remote-first practices. After helping scale Airbnb’s Global Experiences platform, Boyles brought a decade of hospitality experience to TaxJar, a high-growth SaaS business that takes the headache out of sales tax compliance for ecommerce sellers.
An avid proponent of remote work, Martin has built one of the most popular time tracking and productivity software platforms, and co-organizes of the world’s largest remote work conference, Running Remote. He has seen the potential of optimizing remote work for decades and regularly lends his expertise and experiences to the likes of Forbes, the Wall Street Journal and Wired.
Farrer collaborates with the world’s leading businesses and governments to start, strengthen, and leverage virtual workforces to solve corporate and socioeconomic concerns. As a consultant, she specializes in increasing accessibility, training leaders, and designing economic initiatives. She’s also a Forbes contributor, subject matter expert for business education curriculum, and virtual software product advisor.
CultureStoke helps small and medium-sized businesses build intentional company cultures focused on long-term growth, success and happiness. Imes has dedicated his career to help business owners get clear on the culture they wish to build and support them in bringing it to life. Prior to starting CultureStoke, he was the Director of Vision & Culture for a Fortune Magazine rated “Top 25 Best Small Company to Work For.”
Thank you to our lead sponsor:
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