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Making "Remote Work" Work

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Webinar featuring a marvelous panel including Bianca McCann, VP of People at Trifacta, Jocelyn Robancho, Head of People Ops at Lambda School, and Kate Womersley, VP of Engineering at Buffer. You'll walk away with actionable insights on how to create a thriving and cohesive culture in a remote scenario, and tips on how managers  can delegate effectively and coach high-performing teams.

Making "Remote Work" Work

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Webinar featuring a marvelous panel including Bianca McCann, VP of People at Trifacta, Jocelyn Robancho, Head of People Ops at Lambda School, and Kate Womersley, VP of Engineering at Buffer. You'll walk away with actionable insights on how to create a thriving and cohesive culture in a remote scenario, and tips on how managers  can delegate effectively and coach high-performing teams.

Making "Remote Work" Work

One on One with Kim Scott and Jack Altman

featuring special guest Trier Bryant

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Webinar featuring a marvelous panel including Bianca McCann, VP of People at Trifacta, Jocelyn Robancho, Head of People Ops at Lambda School, and Kate Womersley, VP of Engineering at Buffer. You'll walk away with actionable insights on how to create a thriving and cohesive culture in a remote scenario, and tips on how managers  can delegate effectively and coach high-performing teams.

Webinar featuring a marvelous panel including Bianca McCann, VP of People at Trifacta, Jocelyn Robancho, Head of People Ops at Lambda School, and Kate Womersley, VP of Engineering at Buffer. You'll walk away with actionable insights on how to create a thriving and cohesive culture in a remote scenario, and tips on how managers  can delegate effectively and coach high-performing teams.

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