Thinking Beyond Cubicles: Meet the New Workplace
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As organizations look to the future, many will institute hybrid or fully remote working arrangements. A thoughtful and strategic approach is needed as this requires not just a change in the way people work, but a change in the way businesses operate. Not only does it entail physical office space, but also the strategic plan to recruit, develop, manage and retain talent across the organization.
Learning objectives :
- Developing a hybrid/remote work model
- Optimizing recruitment, performance, collaboration, innovation and communication with a dispersed workforce
- Maintaining organizational culture and engagement
- Creating an agile operating model for greater flexibility and responsiveness to business needs
Jason Flanders is global executive director of the management resources practice at Robert Half, the world’s premier provider of senior-level finance, accounting and business systems professionals on a project and interim basis.
Flanders joined Robert Half in 2005 as a branch manager in Charlotte, North Carolina, and has since taken on roles with increased responsibilities. Prior to his current role, Flanders served as managing director over North America for the firm’s strategic accounts practice. He assumed the global executive director position in 2019 and currently oversees strategy, operations and business development for more than 140 offices worldwide.
An alumnus of Clemson University, Flanders is a noted speaker and commentator on key issues related to finance and accounting employment, management and career trends. He presents nationally and locally with leading professional associations, including Financial Executives International, CFO Leadership Council, Institute of Management Accountants and FP&A Board.
Thursday, January 13, 2022
Noon – 1:00 PM Greeting/Presentation
1:00 PM – 1:30 PM Post Networking
Registration closes 10:00 AM day of event
One (1.0) CPE credit available. Field of Study: TBA
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