Connecting Through the Disconnect

March 26th at 12 PM EST

Participate in this FREE 60-minute workshop + 30-minute Q&A to learn how to build deep team connections that can weather the storms of unpredictable times.

Does it feel like our whole world has suddenly gone haywire? How did we get here and what do we do about it now?

On the one hand, it seems like we’re learning more about each other as people. We’re learning about the untold number of invisible things that govern the reality of our lives and affect how we operate.

Yet, on the other hand, we realize that what’s happening with us is NOT usual and that we’re here because of a lack of people-centered leadership. Despite that, we seem to be expecting to have business run as usual.

Business can’t run as usual. This global crisis has already changed the nature of work and it will change it far into the future. Even after we weather this storm and come out on the other end. People’s priorities are shifting – in all aspects of their lives.

During this unconventional time, how can you go deeper than the superficial tips on managing your team remotely? How can you make sure that you and your team thrive through this time and into the future?

Will working remotely strain your team relationships,
impacting quality and productivity?

Research says no, you may even see a performance increase of 13% or more.

Let’s get ahead of the disconnect by leveraging your team connections to maximize productivity and engagement while thriving. Set yourself and your team up for success now and in the future by building deeper connections based on the whole person perspective.

It’s important to recognize your team members as whole individuals with full lives outside of work. Working from home makes that more apparent. It’s not about work/life balance. Instead, let’s focus on work/life harmony.

How can you keep your team’s motivation high,
fueling project momentum?

About 50% of workers, remote or in-office, don’t understand what’s expected of them.

Clear communication will be key.

Today, I want to invite you to join me in a free 60-minute workshop and Q&A session so
that you can learn how to help yourself and your teams thrive.

What’s In It For You?:

  1. Learn how tapping into our innate interconnectedness and need to belong can stave off loneliness and feelings of isolation in your team.
  2. Learn how to shift your team’s mindset so they can discover previously hidden opportunities in this new context.
  3. Unlearn a few key things about society and how people cooperate.
  4. Learn how to embrace our intersectionalities, and avoid falling prey to stereotypes that become prevalent in shallow interaction virtual environments.
  5. Learn how to align your team’s strengths to converge on and achieve team goals and objectives.
  6. Learn how to develop a strategic roadmap to maintain and then improve your team’s cohesiveness and performance.

Bring your team. Attend this workshop together. Learn how to manage your wellbeing, connections, workflow
and productivity as a cohesive unit. Sign yourself up and share with your team.

After Participating in This Webinar, You Will Have:

  • A strategic roadmap on how to lead your team in a virtual environment while maintaining and building community
  • Actionable insights to help your team increase productivity and efficiency while working remotely
  • A process for developing your team’s ability to uncover previously undiscovered growth opportunities
  • Knowledge of skills you can develop to be an ally and champion to your team during times of disruption and calm in the future
  • Four worksheets to walk you through the development of your team building goals.

About the Speaker

My name is Dr. Aparajita (AJ) Jeedigunta, and I have been fighting to Make the Invisible Visible for better inclusion and belongingness for nearly a decade. I have given national talks on the topic, written articles, conducted trainings and seminars. I’ve, and empowered over 2,000 people to become better leaders, better understand inclusion better, and realize the interconnectedness of all our lives.

Dr. Aparajita Jeedigunta is a social-personality psychologist, a certified professional executive life coach, a published author, a podcaster, and a Traumatic Brain Injury survivor turned mental wellbeing advocate. She consults with corporate organizations to create custom-made, comprehensive solutions that help them break their silo cultures and create interconnected, inclusive organizational cultures where their talent can fully belong and thrive.

A passionate and engaging speaker, Dr. AJ brings the unique trifecta of her experience, education, and training to deliver information that empowers her listeners.