In the age of continuous evolution, especially after Covid-19, leaders need to learn new skills. Becoming more agile to work with hybrid teams and deal with an immediate crisis is critical. Before the pandemic, most leaders were expected to be in charge. Suddenly, the shift to a remote workforce and a more volatile environment posed tremendous challenges for them. Command and control practices that promote a “Me” culture are no longer as effective. Only an intentional "We" culture of conscious teamwork can help leaders and team members become agile to thrive in a changing environment. Through changing certain patterns and behaviors at work, leaders will find new ways to care for their people while improving engagement, agility, innovation and quality. With practical examples from real companies, attendees will learn simple tips today to apply at work on Monday. This presentation will describe the challenges in hybrid workplaces, introduce four CARE practices that will help leaders facilitate success and showcase new tools to improve online collaboration.
Luciana Paulise is a culture coach, speaker and author. She is an MBA and ASQ Certified Quality Engineer, author of the book We Culture, 12 skills for growing teams in the future of work.
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Luciana Paulise is a coach, speaker and book author, MBA, ASQ Certified Quality Engineer, Agile Coach and Scrum Master, founder of Biztorming Training & Consulting LLC, and We Culture LLC. She conducts research and offers leadership coaching and advisory work on company culture and productivity. Her goal is to help organizations identify and address barriers to achieve an intentional We Culture. She has helped a wide range of companies, from small businesses to Fortune 100 corporations, improve quality, employee engagement and innovation. Luciana has recently published her third book, We Culture, 12 skills for growing teams in the future of work, and is also a regular contributor to Forbes, Quality Progress and other international media outlets.
Luciana was the 2014 recipient of the Deming grant and elected as one of the 40 global leaders of quality by Quality Progress.
She is Argentinian and bilingual English-Spanish.
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