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Bringing Human Connection Back to Management
When our communication at work consists of mostly IM messages, video chats, and emails it may seem difficult for managers to generate feelings of connection with their employees. But creating genuine human connection within the employee and manager relationship is vital. As we navigate through the curves of 2020, we find that overall employee well-being is suffering. It’s becoming more challenging for everyone to find a suitable work-life balance. If employee well-being is suffering that means key metrics like productivity, engagement, and customer service are being negatively affected, too. How can we help our managers avoid these negative outcomes? The simple answer is to let them be human first.

But what does that mean? Join an amazing panel of experts from 15Five, BizLibrary, and Blueboard to discuss strategies that they’ve used to help managers bring back the human connection in the relationships with their employees. We’re all experiencing new things, and recognizing these new challenges makes a good manager an excellent one.

During this interactive webinar, you’ll learn:

- The power of 1:1s for employees and how to make them action-oriented and meaningful
- How to include learning and development opportunities into your company culture that will improve overall employee well-being
- Strategies that will help managers master key skills like emotional intelligence, coaching, and active listening
- Real stories of how three organizations have seen success with their managers being human first and how you can help foster that relationship at your organization, too

Do you have questions for our experts? Send them in through the registration form and we’ll answer as many as we can during the live Q&A.

Nov 12, 2020 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Jeff Smith
Director of Best-Self Academy @15Five
Libby Mullen
Senior Director of Talent Development @BizLibrary
Morgan Chaney
Senior Director of Marketing @Blueboard