Virtual distance is the feeling of psychological and emotional detachment that gradually grows when most of our experiences are mediated by devices. As we embark on our second year of widespread remote work, it is becoming clear that virtual and hybrid work arrangements, in some form, are here to stay.
Join a special keynote presentation featuring Dr. Karen Sobel Lojeski, an international expert in remote work, who will share:
- an overview of the Virtual Distance Model
- practical advice on common virtual work situations
- strategies to overcome common pitfalls
- a look into the future of hybrid teams
A dedicated period for questions and answers will follow the presentation.
This event will help you prepare your skill set for the hybrid future of work and learn how to be a successful remote worker and colleague.
Learn more about the Virtual Teams Series.
Myra Latendresse-Drapeau, Director, Business Innovation, Transferable Skills - Learning Programs Branch, Canada School of Public Service
Karen Sobel Lojeski, Ph.D., Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Virtual Distance International