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Talent Management

Executive Etiquette in a Virtual Setting

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Work has changed. But, by accommodating the differences between in-person and virtual workplaces, you can build and retain a stronger, engaged and diverse team. In this session, we will acknowledge the rules of office etiquette in a virtual setting to help you manage expectations and get the best out of your team. Join us as we cover how to address the following:

  • Sending calendar invitations without checking availability first (and expecting people to constantly make adjustments to your last-minute meetings)
  • Lack of action items / clarity at end of meetings
  • Balancing screen fatigue with the temptation to cram in more meeting time
  • What’s in the background of a virtual meeting
  • Dress code for virtual meetings
  • Allowances for WFH casualty
  • Texting, Slack channels, and the explosion of info feeds

Speaker: Deb Calvert

Deb Calvert is the president of People First Productivity Solutions and a former HR executive with a Fortune 500 media company. She is the co-author of “Stop Selling & Start Leading” and author of “DISCOVER Questions® Get You Connected” (named one of The Top 20 Most Highly-Rated Sales Books of All Time by Hubspot). Deb works with HR and sales teams to build organizational strength by putting PEOPLE first. 

Thursday, October 14
11 AM ET