65. Jeff Wilkie – HoganTaylor – Managing Remote Teams

65 minutes

Jeff Wilkie is a Principal at HoganTaylor and leads the Firm’s Human Capital Strategies (HCS) services—a role he’s held for seven years.

This week we revisit highlights from previous episodes centered around particularly relevant issues, including remote and hybrid work, managing remote teams, and The Great Resignation.

We begin with two clips featuring Jennifer Wilson of ConvergenceCoaching, who has been working remotely since 1995. Following the clips, Jeff gives his take on maximizing one’s leadership potential and moving the needle forward in the business when the team is not always in the same physical space.

The next clip features George McGehrin, Founder and President of The McGehrin Group, an executive search and personal branding firm based in New York. He speaks on the potential for work-from-anywhere opportunities for C-suite professionals, and how office spaces in general will change moving forward.

The last clip features Tiffany Hatcher, the President of CrossFirst Bank Tulsa, who discusses The Great Resignation and considerations around talent acquisition in the new normal.

Jeff closes out the conversation by offering his thoughts on strengthening professional workplace relationships and ensuring success in a remote or hybrid work environment.

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