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MADIA Tech Launch hosting free virtual meeting about remote work opportunities

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The world of work may never be the same now that society has learned to adapt to all new ways of getting valuable work done, even if not in a cubicle in an office building.  Indeed, our perceptions of how to manage employees and how to value their work no matter where performed, with accountability, may be forever changed as a result of pandemic-required compliance with social-distancing and safe working environments. 

As an employer and as an employee it is important to understand how to adjust your processes to be sure the organization you run or work for can respond to the challenges that telework situations create. 

MADIA Tech Launch (MADIAtech.org) wants to help the regional working community learn the best practices of working remotely. Chris Dyer will share his expertise on the topic at our next virtual meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 16 at 6:30 p.m.

Remote work can offer many opportunities, and Chris Dyer has literally written the book about it: “Remote Work: Redesign Processes, Practices and Strategies to Engage a Remote Workforce” is the book he and co-author Kim Shepherd have released that provides guidance on team building, company culture, and oversight and accountability when faced with remote-working strategies.  

Attendees at the meeting will get guidance from him and be better able to understand how to adjust, what technological solutions work best, and the kinds of benefits an organization can realize by embracing good remote-work strategies.  

There is no charge to attend the virtual meetings of MADIA Tech Launch, but advance registration through Eventbrite is required to receive the Zoom link. The link to the Eventbrite ticket is on the MADIA home page at www.MADIAtech.org. Networking begins at 6:30pm and the formal presentation begins at 7 p.m.  

MADIA Tech Launch is a nonprofit educational organization supporting the tech entrepreneurial scene in the heart of the San Gabriel Valley.

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