Using Brain Science to Maximize Your Effectiveness Working Remotely

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9:00 - 10:30 AM AKDT

When done well, working remotely can be a win-win for employees and employers. But how do we know why some are more effective and productive when working remotely than others? Research suggests that the brain has many quirks and biases that either help or hinder remote work performance. The trick is, of course, to capitalize on some and minimize on the others!

The STRIVE Group can help!

Broken into easily digestible moments, this 90-minute virtual session is for individuals who strive to understand how remote work impacts the brain so they can improve their productivity and working relationships while working “out of office.” Through engaging discussion and interactive learning, the instructor will identify practical steps participants can take to ensure they maximize the benefits and avoid the pitfalls of working remotely.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the quirks and biases of the human brain
  • Learn how remote work impacts the brain’s preferences
  • Identify specific strategies and tactics to enable successful and productive performance

This class is conducted live online via video conference with effective, takeaway segments designed for engaging, interactive learning.

About the Instructor

Diane Decker

Diane Decker grew up in Human Resources and she drew upon that experience to begin her consultancy. From there, she developed expertise in strategic planning, quality improvement, and leadership. While she is never far from her roots, a full host of training, facilitation and coaching services compliment her HR offerings. She believes that simplicity and commitment are key drivers of success and ensures her advice and counsel are straightforward and likely to produce sustainable positive results.
The STRIVE Group

The STRIVE Group