The pandemic has brought on the rise of “hybrid work environments”, people working in the office and the job site and at home.
This new work setting has proven to be a double-edged sword as workers are given more time to tend to their personal lives while business owners struggle to keep productivity and happiness in check. Today’s guest, Founder and CEO of L-12 Services LLC, Lizabeth Wesely-Casella, shares with us her take on this professional phenomenon.
Learn insider tips on how to keep your employees and teams happy and understand what you can do to become a better leader to your people in a hybrid work environment.
2:48 What is a Hybrid Work Environment?
3:51 Everyone is Overwhelmed
6:31 Learning by Osmosis
9:44 A Culture of Trust and Relationships
16:52 Creative Problem-solving Frameworks
19:55 Managing Performance
23:42 Becoming a Good Listener
28:44 Developing Trust as an Executive
30:42 Steps to Making Hybrid Work More Effective
33:10 BONUS: The Must-Visit Restaurant in DC
About the Guest:
Lizabeth Wesely-Casella is the Founder and CEO of L-12 Services LLC, a firm specializing in internal communications training focused on workflow, processes, and culture.
Her work has resulted in long-lasting success for organizations, including talent retention, client re-acquisition, and streamlined processes that save time and increase revenue.
The L-12 Services client list spans a wide variety of industries including NGOs, educational programs, technology, and civilian-military lead organizations.
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- Work with L-12 Services
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