Tips & Tools for the Remote Workplace for Both Employee and Supervisor

Date and Time: Thursday, October 15, 2020 - 12:00 pm to 01:00 pmLocation: N/A - Webinar


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While working remotely may sound to some like a dream job, there are key decisions that need to be made to create a productive work environment. These begin at the point of transition to this new situation, as different ways to manage remote staff, assess productivity, maintain organizational culture, stay connected and engaged and communicate effectively, must be worked through.

Other key personal considerations are your physical workspace, adapting your work style, planning and scheduling, keeping motivated and disciplined, dealing with distractions, among other factors that can impede or improve the remote working experience.

If there is an option of working remotely part of the time, what’s the right configuration? Can someone who craves the company of others be content working alone at home? How does a face-to-face communicator adapt to remote contact? How do you maintain “normal” working hours? These are just some of the questions that impact anyone who works remotely that will be addressed in this webinar for both individuals new to remote working as well as those who supervise remote staff.


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Date: October 15th, 2020


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  • Roslyn H. Schaffer

    Roslyn H. Schaffer is a director of Human Resources at Delta Community Supports, a nonprofit providing support to individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families as well as services in foster care and adoption.  Ros has spent two decades providing HR guidance to some of the region’s most preeminent nonprofit organizations, including the Barnes Foundation and the Renfrew Center and Resources for Human Development.  Her expertise covers such areas as performance management, leadership development, HR policies, employee relations, diversity, staff coaching and mentoring, consensus building, change management and organizational development.  She earned a BS at Cornell, an MSW at the