Future of Work

Future of Work

HR best practices packed in one place. This track will address the burning questions of Talent Acquisition specialists, HR managers, Employer Branding specialists, People Operations owners on how to deal with remote workers.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

RECRUITING & ONBOARDING

Getting remote workers can be tricky. You will find many but, you will have to pick out the weeds. Learn to differentiate, attract and retain, the best remote talent.

COMMUNICATION & COORDINATION

You are one bad line away from turning your dream team into a mean team. Learn how to bring your A-game to keep your teams happy, engaged and productive.

PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

It’s all about change and improvement but, you first need to know where to start. Find out when, where and how to make adjustments to upscale your distributed teams.

BENEFITS
& LEGAL

Creating the right policies and protecting your information are key to the longevity of your remote team. Learn to avoid legal bumps on the road and to build a fair rule-book.

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MOBILE VERSION

SPEAKERS

We bring big names and even bigger ideas.

Hiten Shah
CEO
FYI

Nicki Bellington
Head of Remote Talent Programs
Atlassian

Zack Onisko
CEO
Dribbble

Sara Rosso
Director of Marketing &Product Lead
WordPress.com Paid Plans

Steli Efti
CEO and Co-founder
Close

Mark Bosma
VP of Sales
Toptal

Jeffrey Martin
Workplace Strategist
Wells Fargo

Claire Lew
CEO
Know Your Team

Peter Komornik
Co-Founder and CEO
Slido

Darcy Peters
Customer Engagement Lead
Buffer

SPEAKERS

We bring big names and even bigger ideas.

Hiten Shah
CEO
FYI

Nicki Bellington
Head of Remote Talent Programs
Atlassian

Zack Onisko
CEO
Dribbble

Sara Rosso
Director of Marketing &Product Lead
WordPress.com Paid Plans

Steli Efti
CEO and Co-founder
Close

Mark Bosma
VP of Sales
Toptal

Jeffrey Martin
Workplace Strategist
Wells Fargo

Claire Lew
CEO
Know Your Team

Peter Komornik
Co-Founder and CEO
Slido

Darcy Peters
Customer Engagement Lead
Buffer

Caterina Kostoula
Executive Coach and Founder
The Leaderpath

Casey Carr-Jones
Director & Head of People Operations
Remote Year

Meaghan Williams
Remote Work and Inclusion Program Manager
HubSpot

Darcy Boles
Head of Employee
Experience
TaxJar

Ken Weary
VP of Operations
Hotjar

Emma Heuston
Founder
The Remote Expert and The Tracksuit Economy

Frank Weishaupt
CEO
Owl Labs

John Healy
Vice President and Managing Director Kelly Services

Hassan Osman
PMO Area Leader & Author
Cisco Systems

Kavi Guppta
Content & Community Management
Startegyzer

Rebecca Corliss
VP Marketing
Owl Labs

Andreas Klinger
Head of Remote
AngelList

Matthew Mottola
Building the Future of Work
Microsoft

Paul Nunesdea
Collaboration Architect & Author
col.lab

Allan Christensen
COO
Doist

Ricardo Fernandez
Chief Sales & Marketing Officer
Prodigy Finance

Shane Pearlman
CEO
Modern Tribe Inc

Brittnee Bond
CEO
Bond Works

Liam Martin
Co-founder
Time Doctor

Sandy Elvington
Sr. Manager, Leadership DevelopmentOracle

Lauren Hagerty
Senior Manager
PowerToFly

Will Fan
Co-founder
NewCampus

Tor Daneshmand
CEO & Co-founder
First Engineers

Mike Gutnam
Director of Marketing
FlexJobs

John Riordan
Director of Support
Shopify

Stephan Dohrn
Remote Work Coach
Training Facilitator

Jon Younger
Founder
Agile Talent Collaborative

Wiktor Schmidt
CEO
Netguru

Ela Bonda
Manager
RBS

Jane Hodgen
Head Diversity & Inclusion
Tata Consultancy Services

Tara Vasdani
Litigator
Mills & Mills LLP

Sacha Connor
Founder & Lead Consultant
Virtual Work Insider

Maksymilian Majer
CEO
ITCraftship

Paula Kennedy Garcia
Vice President
Concentrix

Brad Miller
Executive & Digital Strategist
10up

Nadia Harris-Kosior
Expansion Manager
Talent Place

Amy Anger
Owner and Founder
Atrip Consulting, LLC

Rosette Obedoza
Manager
Enterpreneurs’ Organization

Gordon Mullan
Lead Business Analyst
EPAM

Lior Zehtser
Partner
ConnectCPA

Agenda

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John Healy: Why Consumer Demands are Driving the Remote Work revolution?

John Healy, V.P & Managing Director at Kelly Services

Thanks to top brands, consumers now demand the same hyper-personalized, flexible, and collaborative experiences from their work environments that they’ve gotten from their increasingly mobile and fluid lives. So how can organizations cater to a more ‘fluid’ workforce as they prepare for an increasingly remote U.S. workforce? The answer lies in the opportunities for businesses to understand how and why talent wants to engage.

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Jon Younger: Freelance revolution and the future of work

Jon Younger Independent Consultant at Agile Talent Collaborative

The freelance revolution is growing, deepening, innovating work transformation, and creating economic opportunity in so many ways. As organizations around the world embrace the flexible, blended workforce, new career possibilities are being created. This is especially the case for remote work and professionals working remotely. I’ve written about how rural economic development, the rebirth of legacy cities, and increased economic opportunity for refugees are being created by new work tech. In this presentation, I’ll review these emerging and important trends, and the positive impact they are having.

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Brittnee Bond: Securing an internal buy-in for remote work

Brittnee Bond Founder at Bond Works

Brittnee Bond has been traveling the world and working remotely for 4 years (she’s at +40 countries). She worked in corporate law for 6 years, the last office being across the street from Grand Central Station in New York City. Now, through her Bond Works company, Brittnee helps companies become more collaborative in their culture and more efficient in their systems. She’s experienced all facets of starting and managing businesses around the world and has successfully navigated the challenges so businesses don’t have to.

Brittnee will share her story of successfully convincing her boss to say yes to her working remotely in Costa Rica. She will share practical tips that you can use and an action plan to help you get started today persuading your stakeholders to say yes to remote work.

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Mark Bosma: Deciding whether remote work is right for your company

Mark Bosma VP of Sales at Toptal

In this keynote, Toptal’s VP of Sales will break down the considerations you should keep in mind before taking your company remote. A lot of pain and frustration can be solved if you start by asking yourself 3 simple questions.

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Nicki Bellington: Designing remote work policies for your organization.
A road from the first draft to implementation.

Nicki Bellington, Head of Remote Talent Programs at Atlassian

Nicki Bellington is the Head of Remote Talent Programs at Atlassian, and is responsible for scaling and growing Atlassian’s remote work strategy and approach. She’s a recovering HR Business Partner who has over 10 years of experience working with and coaching leaders and organizations on how to build and run successful teams.

In her keynote, Nicki shares learnings from Atlassian’s road to remote work so far. She covers the importance of understanding your own organization’s starting point within the external remote work climate, assessing the risks and opportunities of remote work for your own organization, and taking a measured, data-driven approach over time. Ultimately, Bellington encourages leaders to crawl, walk, and then see how far their own teams should run towards a remote work future.

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Jane Hodgen: Enhancing diversity & inclusion with remote work

Jane Hodgen Head Diversity & Inclusion and Leadership Development – Asia Pacific at Tata Consultancy Services

Jane has more than 15 years of experience working across cultures, and across Human Resource functions, with particular focus on the development and implementation of programs through working alongside other HR and business professionals. She has created and successfully implemented a verity of sustainable programs to enable strategic change and growth.

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Frank Weishaupt: We're F*@%ing up the Future of Work Before it Even Gets Here

Frank Weishaupt CEO at Owl Labs

From hologram conference calls to virtualized desktop environments, talk of the “future of work” is everywhere, yet these discussions always focus on the flashiest new tech or impractical perks— instead of what actually matters: people. Frank Weishaupt will share how to identify when businesses are focused on the wrong things and what to do about it. Attendees will walk away knowing how to improve employees quality of life using practical solutions, such as remote work policies, better communication technology, affordable healthcare, and proper maternity leave.

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Peter Komornik: All-hands meetings as an essential tool for building trust across your remote team

Peter Komornik CEO & Co-founder at Slido

Today’s workforce is increasingly distributed across geographic locations and time zones, which can lead to people feeling left out of the loop and without the same sense of belonging as the rest of the organization. During the live Q&A session with Peter, Founder and CEO of Slido, you’ll hear practical tips on how to leverage all-hands meetings as your no. 1 tool to build and nourish trust with and among your remote employees.

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Claire Lew: The biggest mistakes remote managers make

Claire Lew CEO at Know Your Team

Claire Lew is the CEO of Know Your Team, a software tool that helps managers become better leaders. Her company, Know Your Team, has helped over 15,000 people in 25 countries at companies like Airbnb and Kickstarter. Know Your Team also runs a online leadership community called The Watercooler with 1,000+ leaders and thousands of conversations on hiring, firing, business growth and more. Claire’s mission in life is to help people become happier at work. She speaks internationally on how to create more open, honest workplace environments, and has been published in Harvard Business Review, CNBC, Inc, Fortune, among others. Claire is also an adjunct professor of entrepreneurship at her alma mater, Northwestern University.

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Steli Efti: Managing your sales & marketing with a fully distributed team

Steli Efti CEO at Close.io

Steli Efti is the CEO and co-founder of Close, an inside sales CRM for startups and SMBs. He’s known as Silicon Valley’s most prominent sales leader and has advised hundreds of startups on growing their sales teams successfully. He has written over 9 books about startup sales and is an active investor & advisor to many high growth companies.

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Shane Pearlman: Successful rhythms for high performing distributed teams

Shane Pearlman CEO at Modern Tribe

The rules are the same. Treat people well. Expect great things from them. Be human. The details though, they make all the difference. Managing the nuances of engagement and productivity with a couple thousand miles between you and your team is both science and art. My name is Shane. I have been running a fully distributed team of 100+ North American creatives for the last 15 years. Our success has come from a cohesive set of technical and cultural systems: the right people, the right environment and the right tools.

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Andreas Klinger: Engineering Management

Andreas Klinger Head of Remote at AngelList

Andreas leads the remote strategy for AngelList. AngelList has over 1 Million candidates looking for remote roles and several thousand companies looking for global talent. Previous to AngeList, Andreas was founding team member and CTO at ProductHunt, and VP of Engineering at CoinList. I lead the tech team at @ProductHunt (now part of AngelList).

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Rebecca Corliss: Stop Fighting It: How to Support Successful Remote and Hybrid Teams

Rebecca Corliss VP Marketing at Owl Labs

The workplace is evolving at a rapid clip, and it’s now a necessity to accept individual working style — whether that be preferred hours, communication technology, or work location. In fact, today over half the US population works remotely at least once a week. To ignore this trend is a corporate death sentence. Even the most reluctant companies will walk away from this talk knowing how to motivate, measure, and foster speed and creativity across a hybrid team working from anywhere.

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Ken Weary: Accountability in remote companies

Ken Weary VP of Operations at Hot Jar

Ken is the VP of Operations for Hotjar, a European based start-up with over 75 remote team members globally distributed. He is also a digital nomad and has been traveling the globe with his family for nearly 5 years.

Prior to his travels, Ken held leadership positions in traditional corporate environments where he gained great experience but was tied to his desk. He relishes life “outside the cube”.

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Sacha Connor: Toolkit for remote managers

Sacha Connor Founder at Virtual Work Insider

Managing remote employees is a new experience for many of even the most seasoned managers, and it can be difficult if they haven’t been taught this unique skill set. This session will identify the areas to address for a successful remote reporting relationship and attendees will leave with concrete action steps to take at their next one-on-one meeting. Remote managers should consider attending with their remote direct reports, to open the lines of communication about what each person needs to be successful.

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Panel | Hiten Shah, Zack Onisko & Wiktor Schmidt: Investing in remote startups

Hiten Shah, Co-Founder at FYI, Crazy Egg and KISSmetrics

Hiten Shah is co-founder of several SaaS companies including FYI, Crazy Egg and KISSmetrics. He writes a weekly email newsletter called Product Habits where he shares tactics, stories and resources about product development. He is also a co-host of the podcast The Startup Chat.

Zack Onisko, CEO at Dribble
Zack Onisko is CEO at Dribbble, the global community for designers and creative professionals to showcase, promote, discover, and explore design. Dribbble was founded in 2009 and has grown to become the designer community it is today for tens of millions of people around the world. Dribbble is on a mission to build the world’s best platform for designers to gain inspiration, feedback, education, community, and job opportunities.

Wiktor Schmidt, CEO at Netguru
Wiktor Schmidt is the CEO of Netguru, the consultancy, product design and software development company he co-founded in 2008. Under his leadership, Netguru became one of the fastest growing companies in Europe, recognized by the Financial Times, Deloitte and Forbes. Netguru culture is a natural realization of his drive to build a workplace he’d personally like to work at.

Kieran Flanagan, VP Marketing at Hubspot

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Allan Christensen: Growing & scaling with remote work

Allan Christensen, COO at Doist

Allan is the COO at Doist, the remote-first software company behind Todoist & Twist. Their products are used by more than 20 million people worldwide and build by a distributed team located in 25+ countries. Doist’s mission is to create the future of work by building simple yet powerful productivity tools that promote a more balanced and more fulfilling way to work and live. He joined the company as the second employee back in 2012 while living in Chile. Over the years he has worn many hats, doing anything from PR & Marketing in the early days, to Business Development, and most recently having led the Support and People Operations teams.

Here’s what Allan will discuss in his keynote:
1. Hiring and scaling remote teams – there are more upsides to hiring and scaling a remote team than you’d think, I will share some valuable insights that you can leverage right away
2. Building a sustainable remote culture – at Doist we have an employee retention rate of 93% over the last 7 years, I will share some of the secrets to how we have made Doist a place people won’t to stay and work,
3. Asynchronous communication as the future of work for remote companies – we almost fell into a deep hole of not getting anything done because we adopted a real-time messaging app as the primary communication tool, but then discovered async communication and haven’t looked back since. I’ll dive into the importance of adopting a communication style that keeps teams productive.

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Matthew Mottola: Making freelance work at scale

Matthew Mottola PM Future of Work & On-Demand Talent Platforms at Microsoft

Matthew R. Mottola builds the Future of Work. At Microsoft, he leads the Microsoft 365 freelance toolkit, a solution for enterprises to launch, execute, and scale their freelance program. At Georgia Tech, he guest lectures and helps develop their entrepreneurship curriculum. At Universities, he speaks and advises on how to prepare students for the “future” of work. He is the author of university-level textbook StartUp not StartDown.
Before Microsoft, Matthew was a freelancer, built a freelance platform that connected students to small businesses, and launched a signature go-to market offering for one of the fastest growing players powering the Gig-Economy.

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Jeffrey Martin: Building a proper remote workplace culture

Jeffrey Martin Workplace Change Management at Wells Fargo

Working remote can provide employees the freedom to choose where, when and how work is conducted. Although remote work has many benefits to both the employee and employer, this type of work style is challenged from time to time. This session will provide insight into how you can provide a positive experience for both yourself and your team

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Hassan Osman: Goal setting in a remote environment

Hassan Osman PMO Manager at Cisco

The presentation would start out by focusing on the reasons why goals don’t get accomplished, including a lack of a defined process and ineffective communication. Then, I’ll focus on the SMART model of goal setting and why those 5 elements are important in a remote environment (including why it’s critical to put things in writing for the team). And then finally, we’ll discuss how to take those goals and break them down into tasks using a simple framework.

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Brad Miller: How to be successful in a remote job and company

Brad Miller Vice President & Associate Director at 10up

Brad Miller came to 10up as Co-Founder & Executive Director of Lift UX, with over ten years of experience in strategy, user experience design, business development, project management, creative direction, quality assurance, and business management.

Before starting Lift UX, Brad worked at a digital web agency in St. Louis, MO which was known to be one of the leading Sitecore partners in North America. Having a strong passion for open source software and WordPress, Brad had a desire to start an agency that focused primarily on WordPress. He saw how heavy and expensive Sitecore and other content management platforms were and felt that WordPress was a great alternative for enterprise clients. In 2009 Brad did just that.

Leaving his previous agency in 2010, Brad spent the last seven years leading a team of designers and developers that have created Emmy nominated and award-winning projects. He has built relationships and provided his expertise to some wonderful clients over the years including AMC Networks, 120 Sports, Frito-Lay, Microsoft, Sara Lee, Allergan, HID Global, Chewy.com, GoDaddy, Tenaris, Disney, and many others.

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Paula Kennedy-Garcia: Disruption for a 21st century Customer Experience

Paula Kennedy-Garcia, Vice President Strategic Projects and Corporate Strategy at Concentrix

Paula is an award winning Business Leader in global digital customer management and BPO with a demonstrated history of growth and transformation with Blue Chip leaders, innovative start ups and next-gen/emerging markets.

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Darcy Peters: Ensuring better customer experience with distributed teams

Darcy Peters Customer Advocacy Lead at Buffer

Serving customers in a unified way can seem like a challenging task when you’re not even in the same room – or even country – as your fellow team members. In this keynote, we’ll chat through tips and strategies that will allow us to hit that challenge head-on, and even use it to our benefit.

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Ela Bonda: Reducing costs with remote work by Royal Bank of Scotland

Ela Bonda, Property & Workplace Department Manager, Diversity & Inclusion Lead Poland at Royal Bank of Scotland

Ela has 17 years of experience in global finance, from 12 years in Nat West / Royal Bank of Scotland. Since 2013 leading supporting functions for Poland businesses, and making an active part in global projects. Together with her teams she creates a friendly, agile and innovative work environment at Polish Nat West / RBS offices and takes care of Poland property portfolio.

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Maksymilian Majer & Tor Daneshmand:
Effective solutions to the shortage of top-skilled devs in your area – how to hire remotely?

Maksymilian Majer, CEO at IT Craftship and Tor Daneshmand, CEO & Co-founder at First Engineers

Maks Majer is the CEO and co-founder of ITCraftship. His team’s focus is on enabling software engineers to work remotely for top tech companies worldwide. He also helps start-up businesses embrace the remote work culture.

Tor Daneshmand is the co-founder and CEO of First Engineers and co-founder of the new remote developer platform nixa.io. Daneshmand’s core expertise is advising founders and executives on scaling global tech start-ups.

Our keynote will present practical solutions to the shortage of top-skilled onsite developers. We want to show where to look for great candidates, how to approach them, how to check not only their technical skills but also cultural fit.

Learning objectives:
1. How should the company prepare itself to hire a remote employee in order to achieve success?
2. Where can employers look for remote software developers?
3. How to recruit top tech talents in shorter time – effective talent sourcing.
4. How to screen remote software developers to make sure they fully match the company’s needs.

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Nadia Harris-Kosior: What makes a remote worker successful?Skills you should be looking for.

Nadia Harris-Kosior, Expansion Manager at TalentPlace

Remote work is currently on the upswing. Let’s find out how to ensure a great telecommuting experience by hiring the right people to flourish your business.

As a part of my keynote, I will explore the following 3 burning questions:
What motivates people to work remotely?
How to evaluate the potential in candidates?
What are the crucial qualities of a perfect remote employee?

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Gordon Mullan: Video Interviews: How to Recruit Remotely?

Gordon Mullan, Lead Business Analyst at EPAM

  • Remote interviews – why do them at all?
  • Choosing your platform, and minimising tech issues
  • Lights, camera, action – looking your best on video
  • Why audio quality matters way more than you think
  • Common mistakes with multiple interviewers
  • How to put the candidate (and yourself) at ease
  • Note taking – paper or electronic?
  • Why 10cm can lose you the job – or the candidate!
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Lauren Hagerty: Increasing Diversity with Remote Hiring

Lauren Hagerty – Senior Manager of Marketing And Community

According to LinkedIn’s 2018 Gender insights report, diversity is the top priority for talent leaders – but HOW these leaders rise up to meet these priorities is very different. Hiring remote candidates, or even flexible candidates, is the easiest way to diversify any organization – this is true from Fortune 500 to emerging startups.

In this session, we’ll cover:
WHAT: Does Diversity Mean For Your Organization
WHO: Is A Diverse Candidate
WHY: Hiring Remotely Is An Easy Way To Diversify
HOW: To Find Diverse Talent And Hire Them

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Will Fan, Lior Zehster & Casey Carr Jones:Dos and Don’ts of onboarding a remote employee.

Will Fan, CEO & Co-founder at New Campus

Will is the co-founder of NewCampus, a lifelong learning school for professionals excited by change. With a focus on curating a global network of entrepreneurs, creators and innovators, his goal is to identify individuals who believe in the future of learning and transform them into world-class instructors. Scratching his own itch, Will started travelling across SE Asia, China and the Middle East as a nomadic entrepreneur. He’s an evangelist on remote working, a frequent guest lecturer on the future of work, and was named Forbes 30 Under 30 in Education.

Lior Zehtser, Partner at ConnectCPA

Lior Zehtser is co-founder of ConnectCPA LLP – a leading cloud-based accounting firm in Canada. Lior is a CPA, ex-Big 4 and process-obsessed. ConnectCPA’s mission is to help their clients streamline their accounting function and achieve meaningful growth.

Casey Carr Jones, Director & Head of People Operations at Remote Year

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Sandy Elvington: Leading Successful Teams in a Virtual World

Sandy Elvington, Sr. Manager, Leadership Development at Oracle

It is estimated that remote work has grown by 140% since 2005 and will continue to grow; however, only 15% of leaders say they are “very effective” in leading across countries and cultures. Join this session to learn how you can be more effective in leading your remote team members and creating a culture of high performance across the globe.

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Meaghan Williams: First Things First: Setting Expectations with Remote Employees

Meaghan Williams, Remote Work and Inclusion Program Manager at Hubspot

Meaghan Williams is the Remote Work and Inclusion Program Manager at HubSpot. Meaghan’s goal is to improve the remote employee experience and manage the rollout of a global philosophy around remote work that includes high-level company-wide guidelines as well as team-based flexibility based on business needs.

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John Riordan: Overcoming the Challenges and Nailing It

John Riordan, Director of Support at Shopify

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Ricardo Fernandez: How to retain company culture across borders & time zones?

Ricardo Fernandez, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer at Prodigy Finance Prodigy Finance

Ricardo has been working remotely for 7 years in which he has managed a team of up to 30 people, from 10 nationalities, based in 4 continents and 6 different time zones. Maintaining Company culture in remote work culture is fundamental in any startup, growth Company or corporate Company. I will share my successes and failures from the last few years scaling a Company from 25 to 200 employees in a remote environment and 10 different cultures.

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Darcy Boles: Digital water coolers. How to set them up, and why you need them.

Darcy Boles, Head of Employee Experience at TaxJar

Darcy Boles is Head of Employee Experience at TaxJar, a fully distributed company with over 75 employees. Darcy is incredibly passionate about remote work and building an engaged team within a completely remote environment. Her focus spans from remote onboarding, creative team building, remote HR practices, to organizing TaxJar’s twice a year in person offsites (which she believes are essential to the success of a remote team). She loves to travel and work in locations from treehouses to her car-top tent! Her home base is in Lake Tahoe, CA where she resides with her golden retriever, Blanche.

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Kavi Guppta: Employee Engagement in a Remote Workforce.

Kavi Guppta, Content & Community Management at Strategyzer

What: Employee engagement means keeping a pulse on your organization beyond surveys and performance reviews. It’s a challenge with remote workers spread out across the world — they require frequent feedback and frequent follow-ups. In this talk, Kavi Guppta will highlight experiments he has run — from company calls to surveys to coaching programs — that engage the team throughout the year and help improve productivity and collaboration.

Why: High employee engagement–through various techniques–helps your team flag challenges and concerns well before they become a problem.

Learning Objectives:

  • Ongoing techniques to keep your team engaged week-to-week; month-to-month; quarter-to-quarter.
  • How to design company calls for productive conversations.
  • How to design feedback loops that actually result in follow-ups and improvements in your culture.
  • Tools and certified processes available to remote makers that can be implemented with your own team.
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Jen Raines-Loring: How to launch a thriving virtual community

Jen Raines-Loring, VP People at Springboard Retail

Join this session to learn how to build an active community that fosters great workplace relationships, all completely virtually. Best practices, a framework for community planning, and lots of specific ideas will be shared.

Learning objectives –
How to design a menu of community activities that appeal to different teams, time zones & personality types
How to maximize participation
What to do TODAY to boost your community

About speaker:

Jen Raines-Loring is VP of People at Springboard Retail, a retail management software company. As an experienced leader and Harvard MBA, Jen came to specialize in people operations because this is her true area of passion. Jen is a commercially-oriented people executive who consistently achieves business results through compelling people strategies and comprehensive, scalable people operations.

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Panel: Liam Martin, Mike Gutman &Sara Rosso - Tracking hours or results?

Liam Martin, Co-founder &CMO at Time Doctor
Mike Gutman, Director of Marketing at FlexJobs
Sara Rosso, Director of Marketing at Automattic

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Rosette Obedoza: Coaching as a tool for the development of your remote employees

Rosette Obedoza Manager, Chapter Admin Community at Enterpreneurs’ Organization

Rosette Obedoza, MSEd, MHR currently serves as the Manager, Chapter Admin
Community, a remote position for Entrepreneurs’ Organization headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, USA. She is also the Founder and President of Life Without Regrets™ Group of Companies – all impacting trailing spouses, expatriates, retirees, and high performing individuals who undergo frequent transitions. As a published author, Rosette co-authored the book, Finding Your Voice: The Empowered and Assertive Woman published by PWN Books.

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Amy Anger: How to prepare and develop your Baby Boomers for a remote work setting?

There are, on average, five generations of employees working inside any given organization. There’s ample opportunity to enable collaboration across each population while respecting the unique qualities of the individuals that represent each age group. In this Keynote, I’ll share with you my experiences about how to successfully manage teams that span from Millennial to Late Boomers and provide three takeaways you can adopt tomorrow to empower your team primarily Boomers) to enthusiastically adapt to remote work arrangements.

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Tara Vasdani: Employee benefit program for remote employees.

Tara Vasdani, The Remote Expert

Tara Vasdani is a Canadian Lawyer most recently working in association with Emma Heuston at The Remote Expert. Tara was recognized globally in January 2018 as the first international lawyer to serve a Statement of Claim using Instagram. Since then, she has been nominated as one of Canadian Lawyer’s Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers of 2018 and has been featured in major media outlets around the globe. Today, Tara is practicing Civil Litigation in Toronto, Ontario with a passion for remote work and remote laws. Tara is championing the transition into a remote future by assisting employers and employees across Canada in bringing their employment agreements, policies and corporate documents up to legal speed.

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Emma Heuston: Workplace flexibility and parental leave.

Emma Heuston, Founder at The Remote Expert

Join Emma Heuston to unpack workplace flexibility and parental leave as it applies to remote workers. Emma will explain the difference between Government laws (which vary from country to country) and employer’s choosing to set workplace policies around this issue.

Day 1 - Remote Makers
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John Healy: Why Consumer Demands are Driving the Remote Work revolution?

John Healy, V.P & Managing Director at Kelly Services

Thanks to top brands, consumers now demand the same hyper-personalized, flexible, and collaborative experiences from their work environments that they’ve gotten from their increasingly mobile and fluid lives. So how can organizations cater to a more ‘fluid’ workforce as they prepare for an increasingly remote U.S. workforce? The answer lies in the opportunities for businesses to understand how and why talent wants to engage.

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Jon Younger: Freelance revolution and the future of work

Jon Younger Independent Consultant at Agile Talent Collaborative

The freelance revolution is growing, deepening, innovating work transformation, and creating economic opportunity in so many ways. As organizations around the world embrace the flexible, blended workforce, new career possibilities are being created. This is especially the case for remote work and professionals working remotely. I’ve written about how rural economic development, the rebirth of legacy cities, and increased economic opportunity for refugees are being created by new work tech. In this presentation, I’ll review these emerging and important trends, and the positive impact they are having.

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Brittnee Bond: Securing an internal buy-in for remote work

Brittnee Bond Founder at Bond Works

Brittnee Bond has been traveling the world and working remotely for 4 years (she’s at +40 countries). She worked in corporate law for 6 years, the last office being across the street from Grand Central Station in New York City. Now, through her Bond Works company, Brittnee helps companies become more collaborative in their culture and more efficient in their systems. She’s experienced all facets of starting and managing businesses around the world and has successfully navigated the challenges so businesses don’t have to.

Brittnee will share her story of successfully convincing her boss to say yes to her working remotely in Costa Rica. She will share practical tips that you can use and an action plan to help you get started today persuading your stakeholders to say yes to remote work.

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Mark Bosma: Deciding whether remote work is right for your company

Mark Bosma VP of Sales at Toptal

In this keynote, Toptal’s VP of Sales will break down the considerations you should keep in mind before taking your company remote. A lot of pain and frustration can be solved if you start by asking yourself 3 simple questions.

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Nicki Bellington: Designing remote work policies for your organization.
A road from the first draft to implementation.

Nicki Bellington, Head of Remote Talent Programs at Atlassian

Nicki Bellington is the Head of Remote Talent Programs at Atlassian, and is responsible for scaling and growing Atlassian’s remote work strategy and approach. She’s a recovering HR Business Partner who has over 10 years of experience working with and coaching leaders and organizations on how to build and run successful teams.

In her keynote, Nicki shares learnings from Atlassian’s road to remote work so far. She covers the importance of understanding your own organization’s starting point within the external remote work climate, assessing the risks and opportunities of remote work for your own organization, and taking a measured, data-driven approach over time. Ultimately, Bellington encourages leaders to crawl, walk, and then see how far their own teams should run towards a remote work future.

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Jane Hodgen: Enhancing diversity & inclusion with remote work

Jane Hodgen Head Diversity & Inclusion and Leadership Development – Asia Pacific at Tata Consultancy Services

Jane has more than 15 years of experience working across cultures, and across Human Resource functions, with particular focus on the development and implementation of programs through working alongside other HR and business professionals. She has created and successfully implemented a verity of sustainable programs to enable strategic change and growth.

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Frank Weishaupt: We're F*@%ing up the Future of Work Before it Even Gets Here

Frank Weishaupt CEO at Owl Labs

From hologram conference calls to virtualized desktop environments, talk of the “future of work” is everywhere, yet these discussions always focus on the flashiest new tech or impractical perks— instead of what actually matters: people. Frank Weishaupt will share how to identify when businesses are focused on the wrong things and what to do about it. Attendees will walk away knowing how to improve employees quality of life using practical solutions, such as remote work policies, better communication technology, affordable healthcare, and proper maternity leave.

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Peter Komornik: All-hands meetings as an essential tool for building trust across your remote team

Peter Komornik CEO & Co-founder at Slido

Today’s workforce is increasingly distributed across geographic locations and time zones, which can lead to people feeling left out of the loop and without the same sense of belonging as the rest of the organization. During the live Q&A session with Peter, Founder and CEO of Slido, you’ll hear practical tips on how to leverage all-hands meetings as your no. 1 tool to build and nourish trust with and among your remote employees.

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Claire Lew: The biggest mistakes remote managers make

Claire Lew CEO at Know Your Team

Claire Lew is the CEO of Know Your Team, a software tool that helps managers become better leaders. Her company, Know Your Team, has helped over 15,000 people in 25 countries at companies like Airbnb and Kickstarter. Know Your Team also runs a online leadership community called The Watercooler with 1,000+ leaders and thousands of conversations on hiring, firing, business growth and more. Claire’s mission in life is to help people become happier at work. She speaks internationally on how to create more open, honest workplace environments, and has been published in Harvard Business Review, CNBC, Inc, Fortune, among others. Claire is also an adjunct professor of entrepreneurship at her alma mater, Northwestern University.

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Steli Efti: Managing your sales & marketing with a fully distributed team

Steli Efti CEO at Close.io

Steli Efti is the CEO and co-founder of Close, an inside sales CRM for startups and SMBs. He’s known as Silicon Valley’s most prominent sales leader and has advised hundreds of startups on growing their sales teams successfully. He has written over 9 books about startup sales and is an active investor & advisor to many high growth companies.

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Shane Pearlman: Successful rhythms for high performing distributed teams

Shane Pearlman CEO at Modern Tribe

The rules are the same. Treat people well. Expect great things from them. Be human. The details though, they make all the difference. Managing the nuances of engagement and productivity with a couple thousand miles between you and your team is both science and art. My name is Shane. I have been running a fully distributed team of 100+ North American creatives for the last 15 years. Our success has come from a cohesive set of technical and cultural systems: the right people, the right environment and the right tools.

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Andreas Klinger: Engineering Management

Andreas Klinger Head of Remote at AngelList

Andreas leads the remote strategy for AngelList. AngelList has over 1 Million candidates looking for remote roles and several thousand companies looking for global talent. Previous to AngeList, Andreas was founding team member and CTO at ProductHunt, and VP of Engineering at CoinList. I lead the tech team at @ProductHunt (now part of AngelList).

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Rebecca Corliss: Stop Fighting It: How to Support Successful Remote and Hybrid Teams

Rebecca Corliss VP Marketing at Owl Labs

The workplace is evolving at a rapid clip, and it’s now a necessity to accept individual working style — whether that be preferred hours, communication technology, or work location. In fact, today over half the US population works remotely at least once a week. To ignore this trend is a corporate death sentence. Even the most reluctant companies will walk away from this talk knowing how to motivate, measure, and foster speed and creativity across a hybrid team working from anywhere.

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Ken Weary: Accountability in remote companies

Ken Weary VP of Operations at Hot Jar

Ken is the VP of Operations for Hotjar, a European based start-up with over 75 remote team members globally distributed. He is also a digital nomad and has been traveling the globe with his family for nearly 5 years.

Prior to his travels, Ken held leadership positions in traditional corporate environments where he gained great experience but was tied to his desk. He relishes life “outside the cube”.

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Sacha Connor: Toolkit for remote managers

Sacha Connor Founder at Virtual Work Insider

Managing remote employees is a new experience for many of even the most seasoned managers, and it can be difficult if they haven’t been taught this unique skill set. This session will identify the areas to address for a successful remote reporting relationship and attendees will leave with concrete action steps to take at their next one-on-one meeting. Remote managers should consider attending with their remote direct reports, to open the lines of communication about what each person needs to be successful.

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Panel | Hiten Shah, Zack Onisko & Wiktor Schmidt: Investing in remote startups

Hiten Shah, Co-Founder at FYI, Crazy Egg and KISSmetrics

Hiten Shah is co-founder of several SaaS companies including FYI, Crazy Egg and KISSmetrics. He writes a weekly email newsletter called Product Habits where he shares tactics, stories and resources about product development. He is also a co-host of the podcast The Startup Chat.

Zack Onisko, CEO at Dribble
Zack Onisko is CEO at Dribbble, the global community for designers and creative professionals to showcase, promote, discover, and explore design. Dribbble was founded in 2009 and has grown to become the designer community it is today for tens of millions of people around the world. Dribbble is on a mission to build the world’s best platform for designers to gain inspiration, feedback, education, community, and job opportunities.

Wiktor Schmidt, CEO at Netguru
Wiktor Schmidt is the CEO of Netguru, the consultancy, product design and software development company he co-founded in 2008. Under his leadership, Netguru became one of the fastest growing companies in Europe, recognized by the Financial Times, Deloitte and Forbes. Netguru culture is a natural realization of his drive to build a workplace he’d personally like to work at.

Kieran Flanagan, VP Marketing at Hubspot

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Allan Christensen: Growing & scaling with remote work

Allan Christensen, COO at Doist

Allan is the COO at Doist, the remote-first software company behind Todoist & Twist. Their products are used by more than 20 million people worldwide and build by a distributed team located in 25+ countries. Doist’s mission is to create the future of work by building simple yet powerful productivity tools that promote a more balanced and more fulfilling way to work and live. He joined the company as the second employee back in 2012 while living in Chile. Over the years he has worn many hats, doing anything from PR & Marketing in the early days, to Business Development, and most recently having led the Support and People Operations teams.

Here’s what Allan will discuss in his keynote:
1. Hiring and scaling remote teams – there are more upsides to hiring and scaling a remote team than you’d think, I will share some valuable insights that you can leverage right away
2. Building a sustainable remote culture – at Doist we have an employee retention rate of 93% over the last 7 years, I will share some of the secrets to how we have made Doist a place people won’t to stay and work,
3. Asynchronous communication as the future of work for remote companies – we almost fell into a deep hole of not getting anything done because we adopted a real-time messaging app as the primary communication tool, but then discovered async communication and haven’t looked back since. I’ll dive into the importance of adopting a communication style that keeps teams productive.

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Matthew Mottola: Making freelance work at scale

Matthew Mottola PM Future of Work & On-Demand Talent Platforms at Microsoft

Matthew R. Mottola builds the Future of Work. At Microsoft, he leads the Microsoft 365 freelance toolkit, a solution for enterprises to launch, execute, and scale their freelance program. At Georgia Tech, he guest lectures and helps develop their entrepreneurship curriculum. At Universities, he speaks and advises on how to prepare students for the “future” of work. He is the author of university-level textbook StartUp not StartDown.
Before Microsoft, Matthew was a freelancer, built a freelance platform that connected students to small businesses, and launched a signature go-to market offering for one of the fastest growing players powering the Gig-Economy.

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Jeffrey Martin: Building a proper remote workplace culture

Jeffrey Martin Workplace Change Management at Wells Fargo

Working remote can provide employees the freedom to choose where, when and how work is conducted. Although remote work has many benefits to both the employee and employer, this type of work style is challenged from time to time. This session will provide insight into how you can provide a positive experience for both yourself and your team

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Hassan Osman: Goal setting in a remote environment

Hassan Osman PMO Manager at Cisco

The presentation would start out by focusing on the reasons why goals don’t get accomplished, including a lack of a defined process and ineffective communication. Then, I’ll focus on the SMART model of goal setting and why those 5 elements are important in a remote environment (including why it’s critical to put things in writing for the team). And then finally, we’ll discuss how to take those goals and break them down into tasks using a simple framework.

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Brad Miller: How to be successful in a remote job and company

Brad Miller Vice President & Associate Director at 10up

Brad Miller came to 10up as Co-Founder & Executive Director of Lift UX, with over ten years of experience in strategy, user experience design, business development, project management, creative direction, quality assurance, and business management.

Before starting Lift UX, Brad worked at a digital web agency in St. Louis, MO which was known to be one of the leading Sitecore partners in North America. Having a strong passion for open source software and WordPress, Brad had a desire to start an agency that focused primarily on WordPress. He saw how heavy and expensive Sitecore and other content management platforms were and felt that WordPress was a great alternative for enterprise clients. In 2009 Brad did just that.

Leaving his previous agency in 2010, Brad spent the last seven years leading a team of designers and developers that have created Emmy nominated and award-winning projects. He has built relationships and provided his expertise to some wonderful clients over the years including AMC Networks, 120 Sports, Frito-Lay, Microsoft, Sara Lee, Allergan, HID Global, Chewy.com, GoDaddy, Tenaris, Disney, and many others.

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Paula Kennedy-Garcia: Disruption for a 21st century Customer Experience

Paula Kennedy-Garcia, Vice President Strategic Projects and Corporate Strategy at Concentrix

Paula is an award winning Business Leader in global digital customer management and BPO with a demonstrated history of growth and transformation with Blue Chip leaders, innovative start ups and next-gen/emerging markets.

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Darcy Peters: Ensuring better customer experience with distributed teams

Darcy Peters Customer Advocacy Lead at Buffer

Serving customers in a unified way can seem like a challenging task when you’re not even in the same room – or even country – as your fellow team members. In this keynote, we’ll chat through tips and strategies that will allow us to hit that challenge head-on, and even use it to our benefit.

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Ela Bonda: Reducing costs with remote work by Royal Bank of Scotland

Ela Bonda, Property & Workplace Department Manager, Diversity & Inclusion Lead Poland at Royal Bank of Scotland

Ela has 17 years of experience in global finance, from 12 years in Nat West / Royal Bank of Scotland. Since 2013 leading supporting functions for Poland businesses, and making an active part in global projects. Together with her teams she creates a friendly, agile and innovative work environment at Polish Nat West / RBS offices and takes care of Poland property portfolio.

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Maksymilian Majer & Tor Daneshmand:
Effective solutions to the shortage of top-skilled devs in your area – how to hire remotely?

Maksymilian Majer, CEO at IT Craftship and Tor Daneshmand, CEO & Co-founder at First Engineers

Maks Majer is the CEO and co-founder of ITCraftship. His team’s focus is on enabling software engineers to work remotely for top tech companies worldwide. He also helps start-up businesses embrace the remote work culture.

Tor Daneshmand is the co-founder and CEO of First Engineers and co-founder of the new remote developer platform nixa.io. Daneshmand’s core expertise is advising founders and executives on scaling global tech start-ups.

Our keynote will present practical solutions to the shortage of top-skilled onsite developers. We want to show where to look for great candidates, how to approach them, how to check not only their technical skills but also cultural fit.

Learning objectives:
1. How should the company prepare itself to hire a remote employee in order to achieve success?
2. Where can employers look for remote software developers?
3. How to recruit top tech talents in shorter time – effective talent sourcing.
4. How to screen remote software developers to make sure they fully match the company’s needs.

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Nadia Harris-Kosior: What makes a remote worker successful?Skills you should be looking for.

Nadia Harris-Kosior, Expansion Manager at TalentPlace

Remote work is currently on the upswing. Let’s find out how to ensure a great telecommuting experience by hiring the right people to flourish your business.

As a part of my keynote, I will explore the following 3 burning questions:
What motivates people to work remotely?
How to evaluate the potential in candidates?
What are the crucial qualities of a perfect remote employee?

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Gordon Mullan: Video Interviews: How to Recruit Remotely?

Gordon Mullan, Lead Business Analyst at EPAM

  • Remote interviews – why do them at all?
  • Choosing your platform, and minimising tech issues
  • Lights, camera, action – looking your best on video
  • Why audio quality matters way more than you think
  • Common mistakes with multiple interviewers
  • How to put the candidate (and yourself) at ease
  • Note taking – paper or electronic?
  • Why 10cm can lose you the job – or the candidate!
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Lauren Hagerty: Increasing Diversity with Remote Hiring

Lauren Hagerty – Senior Manager of Marketing And Community

According to LinkedIn’s 2018 Gender insights report, diversity is the top priority for talent leaders – but HOW these leaders rise up to meet these priorities is very different. Hiring remote candidates, or even flexible candidates, is the easiest way to diversify any organization – this is true from Fortune 500 to emerging startups.

In this session, we’ll cover:
WHAT: Does Diversity Mean For Your Organization
WHO: Is A Diverse Candidate
WHY: Hiring Remotely Is An Easy Way To Diversify
HOW: To Find Diverse Talent And Hire Them

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Will Fan, Lior Zehster & Casey Carr Jones:Dos and Don’ts of onboarding a remote employee.

Will Fan, CEO & Co-founder at New Campus

Will is the co-founder of NewCampus, a lifelong learning school for professionals excited by change. With a focus on curating a global network of entrepreneurs, creators and innovators, his goal is to identify individuals who believe in the future of learning and transform them into world-class instructors. Scratching his own itch, Will started travelling across SE Asia, China and the Middle East as a nomadic entrepreneur. He’s an evangelist on remote working, a frequent guest lecturer on the future of work, and was named Forbes 30 Under 30 in Education.

Lior Zehtser, Partner at ConnectCPA

Lior Zehtser is co-founder of ConnectCPA LLP – a leading cloud-based accounting firm in Canada. Lior is a CPA, ex-Big 4 and process-obsessed. ConnectCPA’s mission is to help their clients streamline their accounting function and achieve meaningful growth.

Casey Carr Jones, Director & Head of People Operations at Remote Year

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Sandy Elvington: Leading Successful Teams in a Virtual World

Sandy Elvington, Sr. Manager, Leadership Development at Oracle

It is estimated that remote work has grown by 140% since 2005 and will continue to grow; however, only 15% of leaders say they are “very effective” in leading across countries and cultures. Join this session to learn how you can be more effective in leading your remote team members and creating a culture of high performance across the globe.

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Meaghan Williams: First Things First: Setting Expectations with Remote Employees

Meaghan Williams, Remote Work and Inclusion Program Manager at Hubspot

Meaghan Williams is the Remote Work and Inclusion Program Manager at HubSpot. Meaghan’s goal is to improve the remote employee experience and manage the rollout of a global philosophy around remote work that includes high-level company-wide guidelines as well as team-based flexibility based on business needs.

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John Riordan: Overcoming the Challenges and Nailing It

John Riordan, Director of Support at Shopify

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Ricardo Fernandez: How to retain company culture across borders & time zones?

Ricardo Fernandez, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer at Prodigy Finance Prodigy Finance

Ricardo has been working remotely for 7 years in which he has managed a team of up to 30 people, from 10 nationalities, based in 4 continents and 6 different time zones. Maintaining Company culture in remote work culture is fundamental in any startup, growth Company or corporate Company. I will share my successes and failures from the last few years scaling a Company from 25 to 200 employees in a remote environment and 10 different cultures.

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Darcy Boles: Digital water coolers. How to set them up, and why you need them.

Darcy Boles, Head of Employee Experience at TaxJar

Darcy Boles is Head of Employee Experience at TaxJar, a fully distributed company with over 75 employees. Darcy is incredibly passionate about remote work and building an engaged team within a completely remote environment. Her focus spans from remote onboarding, creative team building, remote HR practices, to organizing TaxJar’s twice a year in person offsites (which she believes are essential to the success of a remote team). She loves to travel and work in locations from treehouses to her car-top tent! Her home base is in Lake Tahoe, CA where she resides with her golden retriever, Blanche.

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Kavi Guppta: Employee Engagement in a Remote Workforce.

Kavi Guppta, Content & Community Management at Strategyzer

What: Employee engagement means keeping a pulse on your organization beyond surveys and performance reviews. It’s a challenge with remote workers spread out across the world — they require frequent feedback and frequent follow-ups. In this talk, Kavi Guppta will highlight experiments he has run — from company calls to surveys to coaching programs — that engage the team throughout the year and help improve productivity and collaboration.

Why: High employee engagement–through various techniques–helps your team flag challenges and concerns well before they become a problem.

Learning Objectives:

  • Ongoing techniques to keep your team engaged week-to-week; month-to-month; quarter-to-quarter.
  • How to design company calls for productive conversations.
  • How to design feedback loops that actually result in follow-ups and improvements in your culture.
  • Tools and certified processes available to remote makers that can be implemented with your own team.
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Jen Raines-Loring: How to launch a thriving virtual community

Jen Raines-Loring, VP People at Springboard Retail

Join this session to learn how to build an active community that fosters great workplace relationships, all completely virtually. Best practices, a framework for community planning, and lots of specific ideas will be shared.

Learning objectives –
How to design a menu of community activities that appeal to different teams, time zones & personality types
How to maximize participation
What to do TODAY to boost your community

About speaker:

Jen Raines-Loring is VP of People at Springboard Retail, a retail management software company. As an experienced leader and Harvard MBA, Jen came to specialize in people operations because this is her true area of passion. Jen is a commercially-oriented people executive who consistently achieves business results through compelling people strategies and comprehensive, scalable people operations.

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Panel: Liam Martin, Mike Gutman &Sara Rosso - Tracking hours or results?

Liam Martin, Co-founder &CMO at Time Doctor
Mike Gutman, Director of Marketing at FlexJobs
Sara Rosso, Director of Marketing at Automattic

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Rosette Obedoza: Coaching as a tool for the development of your remote employees

Rosette Obedoza Manager, Chapter Admin Community at Enterpreneurs’ Organization

Rosette Obedoza, MSEd, MHR currently serves as the Manager, Chapter Admin
Community, a remote position for Entrepreneurs’ Organization headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, USA. She is also the Founder and President of Life Without Regrets™ Group of Companies – all impacting trailing spouses, expatriates, retirees, and high performing individuals who undergo frequent transitions. As a published author, Rosette co-authored the book, Finding Your Voice: The Empowered and Assertive Woman published by PWN Books.

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Amy Anger: How to prepare and develop your Baby Boomers for a remote work setting?

There are, on average, five generations of employees working inside any given organization. There’s ample opportunity to enable collaboration across each population while respecting the unique qualities of the individuals that represent each age group. In this Keynote, I’ll share with you my experiences about how to successfully manage teams that span from Millennial to Late Boomers and provide three takeaways you can adopt tomorrow to empower your team primarily Boomers) to enthusiastically adapt to remote work arrangements.

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Tara Vasdani: Employee benefit program for remote employees.

Tara Vasdani, The Remote Expert

Tara Vasdani is a Canadian Lawyer most recently working in association with Emma Heuston at The Remote Expert. Tara was recognized globally in January 2018 as the first international lawyer to serve a Statement of Claim using Instagram. Since then, she has been nominated as one of Canadian Lawyer’s Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers of 2018 and has been featured in major media outlets around the globe. Today, Tara is practicing Civil Litigation in Toronto, Ontario with a passion for remote work and remote laws. Tara is championing the transition into a remote future by assisting employers and employees across Canada in bringing their employment agreements, policies and corporate documents up to legal speed.

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Emma Heuston: Workplace flexibility and parental leave.

Emma Heuston, Founder at The Remote Expert

Join Emma Heuston to unpack workplace flexibility and parental leave as it applies to remote workers. Emma will explain the difference between Government laws (which vary from country to country) and employer’s choosing to set workplace policies around this issue.

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