WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 @ 2:30 PM
Aimee LaBrake Allen, Marketing and Growth Consultant
Working from Home: What's Next?
The transition to remote work happened overnight, and with little warning or time to prepare. Like so many others out there, processes, procedures and technology were having to get figured out on the fly. Just as you have settled into a routine of the “new normal” the time is coming to get back to the office.
Transitioning back will not be as easy as it sounds. Employees working from home, altered work arrangements and changed customer interactions are just a few of the things that changed overnight. All will have an impact on employee morale, workplace culture and may cause your organization to innovate and change in order to remain competitive.
As we transition ourselves and our teams from remote work back to “what it used to be” could mean big adjustments.
Join this session to learn tools to help you:
- Transition into a new normal
- Work through employees wanting more flexibility to work from home.
- Identify the impacts on employees who are eager to return
- Consider changes for those employees who wish to continue to work from home
- Attend this session and walk away more prepared to lead through transition into a new normal!
Aimee has more than twenty years’ experience designing marketing and growth strategies. A former board member with VTNHMG, her career started back when the internet and email were “just a fad”. Growing up in the digital “revolution”, she’s helped businesses build and implement successful digital growth strategies. In addition to helping businesses grow, Aimee is an adjunct professor teaching marketing, communications and management.
She’s received awards for marketing, brand expansion, and growth campaigns, and is a published author in a variety of industries. She has a B.S. in Marketing and an MBA in Leadership. In her downtime, Aimee enjoys time with her family and friends, being on the water at Lake Winnipesaukee, or around fires at home in Peterborough, NH. Mostly, she enjoys being a wife, stepmom, and a fur-baby boxer mom.