The Future Is Now - How Remote Work Is Here To Stay and What To Do To Succeed In The Future
By the year 2020, 50% of the workforce would be working remotely
No one would have ever predicted that a global pandemic would make that particular prediction a reality.
Workers have been looking for companies to offer remote work and it has been a key element for talent to decide which companies to work for.
Leaders have been adapting to the remote work reality albeit some industries have been faster at remote work adoption than others.
The reality is that the ’next normal’ is here to stay and that includes remote work.
Attendees will leave this session with:
- Research and data on remote work and the numbers of companies who have a remote work strategy
- Case studies of companies who have mastered the remote work dynamic
- Strategies on who to align remote work strategy with worker engagement and retention
- Ideas on how to compete in business with a remote work strategy
- Tips and tricks on how to help leaders inspire remote workers and lead them to high performance
- Insights on how remote workers can set up their environments for greater success
- How to integrate remote work strategy into future planning of the business
Cheryl Cran is a future of work expert and founder of NextMapping™, a future of work consultancy.
Her clients include Amazon, Bell, Oracle, Upwork, Freelancer, Kaiser Permanente, Homeland Security, and many more.
Cheryl’s thought leadership has been included on GlobalTV, Metro New York, RTV, Entrepreneur Magazine, Readers Digest, and more.
She is the author of 9 books including the 2nd edition of “NextMapping™ – Anticipate, Navigate and Create The Future of Work” with companion workbook.
Cheryl was our opening keynote speaker for our Innovation Unplugged Skills Summit in Toronto.
From our first conversation it was obvious that Cheryl was very knowledgeable in the Future of Work and took the time to understand the objectives of our organization and our event. Her presentation was engaging and informative and set up the rest of our day perfectly. We had a diverse audience which included secondary school students, educators, industry experts and government officials. Everyone took something away from Cheryl’s speech and commented on the power of the presentation in their feedback comments. I would welcome working with Cheryl again in the future.”