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Duration: 1 hour, FREE to all virtual registrants



COVID-19 has created a sudden unforeseen shift in workplace dynamics. Many workers are now faced with working remotely, possibly with expanded responsibilities. 

In this session, you'll learn best practices for navigating the new reality of Work from Home so you can be engaged and effective. 


We'll cover:

  • Best practices for setting up a functional work environment at home
  • Communications: staying connected and engaged without the benefit of proximity
  • How to be effective with your new video/web conferencing tools
  • Useful Apps & Tools to boost your effectiveness
  • Considerations for managers with distributed teams

Being Effective in a Work From Home Setting is live on YouTube https://youtu.be/MaIlG38fbaI

Presenter

Parker Pearson, Vice President of Marketing & Business Development

About Parker


Parker is a seasoned Marketing & Business Development executive who has been effectively working in a distributed work environment since 2004. When not at work, Parker can be found out and about running on the Roanoke Greenway, hiking, kayaking and horseback riding.




Contact Information

540-443-3577

parker@ALI-INC.com








Agenda

10

00AM

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10

05AM

Login

Virtual participants login, requested to mute their connection (to reduce background noise and static) if possible.

10

05AM

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10

06AM

Welcome | Introduce presenter

Lindsey Eversole, Director of Programs & Events for Roanoke-Blacksburg Technology Council will introduce Parker Pearson.

10

07AM

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10

40AM

Webinar

Parker Pearson

During this webinar, virtual participants are encouraged to propose questions using the “Q&A” feature to type up and post your questions.

10

41AM

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11

00AM

Q&A

Parker Pearson

All virtual participants are encouraged to keep their connection on “mute,” while the speaker addresses and presents answers to the questions posted on the “Q&A”/chat feature

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