Join us for our VIRTUAL June lunch meeting!
This presentation will review the impact of COVID-19 in terms of its accelerating a transition of remote work to mainstream status. This transition raises a new set of challenges that need to be addressed by HR professionals. These challenges include understanding which types of employees will transition easily to remote work and which types of employees may struggle. Employee engagement is also covered from the standpoint of how the drivers of engagement differ between in-person and remote workers. Finally, some basic management topics are re-visited in the context of how their importance is increased and how their nature is different in a post-COVID-19 workplace.
- Understand acceleration of transition of remote work to mainstream status.
- Review personality traits associated with productive move to remote work.
- Review employee engagement for in-person and remote workers.
- Discuss management excellence (e.g., making and executing decisions, resolving conflict) with remote work as mainstream.
Meet Your Presenter
Chad Roedder is a Senior Principal Consultant within Gallagher’s Leadership & Organizational Development Consulting Practice. He has over twenty years of experience in both external and internal consulting roles of progressively increasing responsibility. Chad is based in Chattanooga, TN.
Prior to Gallagher, Chad held internal consulting roles at Verizon and the Tennessee Valley Authority. He also held external consulting roles with firms specializing in assessment and talent management. Chad has helped clients in many different industries with solutions in the areas of leadership and organizational development, executive coaching, succession planning, competency modeling, engagement surveys, individual and team assessments, and program evaluation/human capital analytics. In his most recent role at the Tennessee Valley Authority, he was responsible for organization-wide leadership and organizational development programs that received external recognition from multiple national organizations including Chief Learning Officer and the Association for Talent Development. Chad’s work has been featured in several publications, conferences, and webinars. Chad has a B.S. degree in Psychology from Birmingham-Southern College. He also holds an M.B.A. degree from the University of Tennessee with an emphasis in Finance and a Ph.D. degree from the University of Tennessee in Industrial & Organizational Psychology. Chad has certifications in Hogan and DiSC assessment products, as well as Center for Creative Leadership 360 feedback products. Additionally, he is also a certified facilitator by Development Dimensions International and is certified in Situational Leadership, Lominger Competency Architect, and Better Conversations Everyday.
Second Quarter Community Cause: Family Haven Foundation
Cost for Students: $10
Cost for Members: $10
Cost for Non-Members/Guests: $10
Please RSVP by Wednesday, June 9, 2020.