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07 April, 2020 | (45 min)

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Your crisis communication plan is in full effect. You hit “send” on your companywide email outlining new restrictions and protocols. But a question remains. Who will bring this new reality to life? The answer is your managers.

But, your managers will likely say, “I don’t know where to start.” What they really mean is, “I don’t know what to say to my team.” If you want your front line to rally quickly behind the needs of your business, you must properly equip your managers. They need to know where to start and how to lead your remote workforce during times of crisis, while adapting to some of the biggest changes of their careers.

Are they prepared to lead and to be heroes in this next chapter of your company story? Join this program to discover:

  • Techniques to prepare your managers to engage a remote team confidently and effectively 
  • Tips on how to facilitate consistent, open, and honest conversations with the front line about the current state, future state, and all the actions that fall in between 
  • A guided approach to help managers lead their teams during uncertain times 

Who Should Attend: This webcast is geared towards managers and leaders across all professions


Gary Magenta

Gary Magenta
Senior Vice President and Chief Change Architect
Root Inc.

Gary Magenta is passionate about helping leaders and organizations change their business, transform how they engage their people, and deliver exceptional results.

He is the Chief Change Architect of Root Inc., a consulting company that helps the world’s most influential organization...Full Bio

Rashel Rogers

Rashel Rogers
Leadership Development Coach
Root Inc.

Rashel has been developing leaders for over 20 years. She has studied at the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership and coaches accordingly. She holds a hybrid degree in Business and Economics and is certified in Instructional Leadership by the internationally recognized College of Education at ...Full Bio

Amy Lui Abel, PhD

Amy Lui Abel, PhD (Moderator)
Vice President, Human Capital Research
The Conference Board

Amy Lui Abel is Vice President of Human Capital Research at The Conference Board. She leads research efforts focusing on human capital analytics, leadership development, labor markets, strategic workforce planning, talent management, diversity and inclusion, human resources, and employee eng...Full Bio

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