March 11, 2021
10AM PT / 1PM ET
Workplaces have changed forever (and likely for the better) since widespread remote work became a reality in 2020. That means the old leadership playbook needs to be thrown out the window. So, how do we ensure individual, team, and business success when all or some of our people are remote? In this session of Conversations at Work, we’ll gather to talk about what works, what doesn’t, and what people need more than ever from their leaders in the changing landscape of work.
Whether you’re fully dispersed, remote-first, in the office or somewhere in between, conversation is what ties everyone together in your business. This virtual series opens space for dialog that leads to action in the pursuit of better workplaces. We’ll explore how conversation shapes culture, creates connection, and helps leaders lead. We all have a voice—let’s come together and then get to work.
Kerry Wekelo has over 15 years of experience managing a remote workforce at Actualize Consulting. Leading this financial services firm, Kerry works with top-level executives, team leaders, universities, and aspiring leaders to help them establish a legacy, shift perspectives, and lead by example. Kerry is the author of Culture Infusion and Gratitude Infusion, which lead Actualize to being named Top Company Culture by Entrepreneur Magazine and Top Work Place by The Washington Post. Kerry enjoys a good birthday celebration!
Bretton Putter is an expert on company culture development. He’s the founder and CEO of CultureGene, a company culture development company helping companies build strong, functional cultures while transitioning to a remote or hybrid work model. Bretton has written two books on the subject of company culture. Culture Decks Decoded was published in 2018 and Own Your Culture: How to Define, Embed and Manage your Company Culture was published in late 2020. He writes a popular blog on culture-driven companies and is a sought-after speaker.