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Leadership Strategies for Building an Engaged Workplace Culture
The new year brings welcome hope for fresh opportunities and a respite from the difficulties of the last one. For many, stress and burnout rose sharply in 2020 as work invaded the sanctuary of home life. Productivity grew and then, frequently, declined. Rumors filled the voids left when remote work disrupted communication patterns, and trust suffered as a result.
But through every adversity, there are those whose ability to cope, recover and learn stand out from the rest.
As we move on from the coping phase of this crisis and look toward recovery, leaders have an important role to play. While many will be eager to forget the tough times and return to “normal”, this is also an unmissable chance to build organizational resilience. By consolidating the good that has come of recent changes and recognizing where old behaviors and techniques are no longer achieving the desired outcomes in a world where virtual communication and flexible work arrangements retain a great deal of their heightened importance, organizations can further strengthen their ability to “bounce back” from adverse experiences.
Experience tells us that further adversity awaits us in the not-too-distant future; now is the time to level-up organizational resilience using the four strategies we’ll explore in this session.
Who Should Attend
This presentation is exclusively designed for senior leaders and human resource professionals who set the strategic direction and establish the culture of their organization or team.
What you will learn
Attendees will learn how performance has been impacted by the crises of 2020 and about four strategies that can help their organizations improve collaboration, innovation, and organizational agility in the post-pandemic recovery in 2021 by:
About Our Keynote
- Uncovering potential leadership blind spots that have may been exacerbated in virtual communication
- Building trust transparency
- Creating an environment of psychological safety
- Developing resilience across the organization during tough times
President & CEO, Dale Carnegie
In 2015, Joe Hart become the President and CEO of Dale Carnegie
. Dale Carnegie is the worldwide leader in professional development, performance improvement, leadership training, and employee engagement.
As with millions of other people, the Dale Carnegie Course has had a profound and transformational impact on Joe's life.
He is excited to serve as the leader of this tremendous organization, to work with a talented team, and to help individuals and businesses unlock their potential and greatness to perform at their very best.
During the Covid-19 crisis Joe Hart stepped in, embraced digital transformation and lead trough change to transform Dale Carnegie core business worldwide into a digitally instructor-led training in 2020, including featuring a new enhanced learning platform, Dale Carnegie eVolve in Jan 2021.
One of Joe’s personal cause was the developing of Dale Carnegie Global Day of Giving in honor of Dale Carnegie’s birthday, where offices around the world are delivering training to young adults or professionals in need, as well as the launch of the new corporate programs Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in 2021
Joe started his career as a practicing attorney at two prominent law firms where he focused primarily on contract-related litigation. In 1998, he joined The Taubman Company, a top developer of regional shopping centers, where he ultimately became a Development Director. In 2000, he followed a dream and started an innovative venture and angel-backed e-Learning company called InfoAlly.
InfoAlly developed important digital learning solutions for leading businesses such as Dale Carnegie (US and Internationally), McGraw-Hill, Motorola and Federal Mogul, among others.
In 2005, Joe sold the company. Together with InfoAlly’s new owners, they started a business called Asset Health, a privately held and fast-growing technology / health promotion and training company. Asset Health has grown significantly over the years and serves numerous Fortune 1,000 companies, nationally recognized health systems, and other great businesses. As the President of Asset Health, he played roles in all aspects of the business, including strategic and operational leadership; product design and implementation; direct and third-party sales; legal; client service; and communication and marketing.