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Empowering Managers in the New World of Work

Last year, companies and their HR teams received a crash course in the importance of manager-employee communication. Teams grappled with personal and professional uncertainty, mental health challenges, and the pivot to remote work. With no warning and little training, managers had to rise to the occasion.

It’s time for people leaders to reflect on lessons learned. From one-on-ones to weekly mental health check-ins, what crisis-time tactics should companies continue to lean on moving forward? Empathy, self-awareness, and an understanding of behavioral data are more important now than ever — especially for managers of remote employees. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the best practices and tools that HR teams can implement to empower managers and, in turn, everyone else.


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