Watch this on-demand webinar for our Q&A webinar about creating a strong hybrid work model. We share our expertise as a company with over 20 years of virtual and hybrid experience.
As organizations begin to open offices, they quickly need to determine how employees will work both on-site and virtually and thrive in a healthy, connected hybrid workplace.
One thing is clear: Modern businesses need a work model that combines virtual and in-person work. However, creating strong hybrid and virtual workplace solutions requires a lot of planning and strategy. With the right guidance, going hybrid doesn’t have to mean sacrificing your company’s culture, productivity or information security.
Organizations are asking questions about culture, HR policies, compatibility of job responsibilities with remote work, and how much or what type of real estate they need to support a hybrid work model. They want to know how to help employees transition successfully back to the office, whether they are there full time or just a few days a week.
During this live webinar, we will discuss:
- Highlights of our company’s hybrid workplace model we’ve been operating for over 20 years
- What a hybrid workplace is and what’s top of mind for organizational leaders as they decide their work from anywhere future
- The seven key decision areas to define your hybrid workplace vision
- Our approach to helping organizations envision, define, prepare and implement a hybrid workplace.
A significant portion of this webinar will allow you to engage in Q&A to explore your most pressing questions with our experts. If you are a senior leader thinking about your business’ work from anywhere future, this webinar will help you identify your priorities and key decisions for moving forward now that hybrid is here.
About the Speakers
Larry English is president and co-founder of Centric Consulting, a management consulting firm that guides you in the search for answers to complex digital, business, and technology problems. Before Centric Consulting, Larry worked for a large international consulting firm out of college until he got burned out at 25. He and his newlywed wife backpacked around the world as he tried to find his path in life—and he did. Shortly after returning home, he and his like-minded pals founded Centric with a focus on changing how consulting was done by building a remote company with a mission to create a culture of employee and client happiness.
Today, Centric is a 1,000-plus person company with offices in 12 US cities and India. In his new book, Office Optional: How to Build a Connected Culture with Virtual Teams, Larry unpacks everything he’s discovered about creating and sustaining a culture of collaborative teams in a virtual environment. Connect with Larry on Twitter.
Steve Jenkins is responsible for leading our National People and Change practice, including strategy, business development, practice management, delivery excellence and team leadership.
He has more than 20 years of experience with Fortune 100 companies in multiple industries including insurance, financial services, healthcare and retail. Steve has held diverse roles enabling strategic business initiatives, business unit transformation, organization redesign, talent management, leadership development and workforce integration and transition.
Joe Hartsel is a National Enterprise Collaboration Practice Lead. He is one of three authors of our ebook “Go Beyond Email with Office 365: How to Drive Adoption of a Collaborative Digital Workplace.” An experienced IT and business consultant who focuses on helping organizations improve communication, collaboration, and productivity by aligning business drivers with technical solutions. A Microsoft Certified Sales Specialist and Technical Sales Specialist for Office 365 and SharePoint, Joe focuses on helping organizations increase employee engagement and maximize benefits.
Shannon Stickney leads our People and Change Enablement practice in Columbus, Ohio. A former HR Executive and certified executive coach, Shannon brings a unique set of capabilities focused on helping executives lead effectively through change and transformation in the financial services, insurance, food service, and technology industries.