The sudden and widespread shift to remote work has the potential to permanently increase access and flexibility—or to splinter teams and let bias cause long-lasting damage.
How leaders respond to the dramatic changes we’ve witnessed over the past two months will determine their ability to attract, retain, and develop top talent for decades to come.
Join Humu co-founder and CEO Laszlo Bock, Paradigm CEO and founder Joelle Emerson, and Paradigm Director Evelyn Carter, PhD this Wednesday, May 20th at 9am PT for a candid conversation on how the coronavirus pandemic and the rapid shift to remote is impacting diversity, equity, and inclusion within organizations, and the far-reaching effects it will have on the future of work.
Laszlo, Joelle, and Evelyn will discuss why it’s more important than ever for leaders to prioritize inclusion, whether the shift to remote work will help or hurt work-life balance in the long-run, and how the crisis will impact the way organizations hire and retain a diverse workforce.
Laszlo, Joelle, and Evelyn will be taking questions toward the end of the webinar, so come prepared with a few topics you’d like to discuss! A link to the recording will be sent out to everyone who registers for the event.
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