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According to Gallup research, 85 percent of employees feel disengaged at work. Factor in Zoom fatigue, communication challenges and reactive decision-making in 2020 and it’s no wonder employees are feeling disconnected.
Join Steve Glaveski — entrepreneur, author, and podcast host — to learn how higher ed institutions can optimize the resources they already have to not only get work done, but also ensure they provide employees with fulfilling work and flexibility for their personal lives, especially in the era of COVID-19 and with remote work options that continue to evolve. He’ll explore the keys to asynchronous communication, fewer Zoom meetings, more ownership of decisions, how to be engaged while working remotely, and more!
Steve will be joined by Jeff Herring, chief HR officer at the University of Utah, and Susan Norton, vice president for HR at Augusta University, to discuss the challenges higher ed will face in the next several years to become employers of choice in an increasingly competitive environment.
Chief HR Officer
University of Utah
Vice President for HR
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