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BRETTON PUTTER

How To Adapt Your Culture To A Remote/Hybrid Environment

BRETTON PUTTER

Culture expert and researcher, author of Culture Decks Decoded and Own Your Culture, ex-executive search leader
Starting date - July 28 | 11am GMT, 1pm CET

As the end of the pandemic crisis is uncertain, you are deciding if or how to plan a successful permanent transition to a remote/hybrid culture. But changing culture is difficult and expensive, and any mistep can affect profoundly the company.

Join Bretton Putter, culture expert and author and CEO of Culture Gene, to gain insights into the 9 best practices that successful remote work companies focus on and what you need to do to transition your culture to a remote or hybrid model.

Team managers HR professionals People Ops Talent Managers Founders Operations
  • 3 live sessions
    7 hours
  • Develop your transition plan to a remote/hybrid culture
  • 25 limited seats
  • €350 - Final Price

ABOUT

THIS WORKSHOP

WHY TAKE THIS WORKSHOP?

As the end of the pandemic crisis is uncertain, you are deciding if or how to plan a successful permanent transition to a remote/hybrid culture. But changing culture is difficult and expensive, and any misstep can affect profoundly the company.

The coronavirus has forced companies to adopt remote work practices in a matter of weeks, and it has impacted the way companies and teams recruit, onboard new hires, manage meetings and communication processes, and so many others. However, digitalising existing processes is not enough. In order to transition successfully, companies need to develop a culture that is suitable for remote or hybrid work.

During this 3-part workshop, Bretton Putter, culture expert and author and CEO of Culture Gene, will give you insight into the 9 best practices that successful remote work companies focus on and what you need to do to transition your culture to a remote or hybrid model.

All How to Web workshops consist of live sessions with the instructor delivered online, with no recorded materials, so you can discuss your problems and get your questions answered.

WORKSHOP ACTIVITIES

Before the workshop
Before the workshop, Bretton will provide you with recommended lecture on team culture and the impact of remote work.

Session 1, July 28, starting 11am GMT, 2h 15min
During the 1st live session of the workshop, you will cover the difference between remote and hybrid work, remote work myths and challenges, remote communication concepts, remote collaboration ground rules, remote team agreements and conventions, remote and hybrid process development, how to develop social connection, and add structure to your and your team’s day/week.
Ongoing Q&A

Session 2, July 30, starting 11am GMT, 2h 15min
During the 2nd live session of the workshop, you will cover building an effective communication architecture, remote 1-2-1s, remote team goal setting and feedback, developing the right documentation strategy, why you need to transition to output based leadership and how remote companies use transparency to develop trust.
Ongoing Q&A

Session 3, August 4, starting 11am GMT, 2h 15min
During the 3rd live session of the workshop, you will define your company’s values and use those values in developing an effective remote/hybrid interview process and an effective onboarding process.
Ongoing Q&A

MAIN TAKEAWAYS

Remote culture success factors
The nine culture traits of successful remote / hybrid companies, based on proprietary research into how successful remote work companies like Gitlab, Basecamp, Intercom, Toptal, Zapier, Buffer and Automattic operate.

Improve business processes
Best practices on developing business processes for remote working, documentation (transitioning from a speak first to a write first mentality) and adding the necessary structure to your business.

Better communication
Ways to improve communication (synchronous, asynchronous & informal), recruitment and social connection.

Implementation shortcuts
Actionable insights on avoiding knowledge leak/loss, developing accountability, strengthening and embedding culture in a remote environment.

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Who is

BRETTON PUTTER

Bretton Putter is a culture expert and author. He runs CultureGene, a company culture consultancy helping companies to transition effectively to remote work, and has worked with companies like Elliptic, Busuu, TransferGo and Runway East. He recently published Culture Decks Decoded: Transform your Culture into a Visible, Conscious and Tangible Asset and will be publishing Own Your Culture: How to Define, Embed and Manage your Company Culture in 2020.

Prior to founding CultureGene Bretton spent 16 years as the Managing Partner of a leading executive search firm where he successfully completed CxO, VP and Director level searches for hundreds of start-up and high-growth companies in the UK, US and across EMEA. He has interviewed more than 5,000 senior executives over the past 16 years.

WHAT IS

Remote/hybrid work

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In the last years, a growing number of employees has switched from the traditional office work to remote work, opting to work from home, abroad, or a well-designed coworking space in the name of flexibility, technological progress and productivity.

However, as remote work as become part of the new normal due to the pandemic, companies have also developed hybrid environments, where part of the employees work in-office and part remotely, or part of the activities happen in the office and the rest remotely.

These transitions have changed the way a company manages it’s people-related processes, including communication and leadership-related processes.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

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LIMITED SEAT

How To Adapt Your Culture To A Remote/Hybrid Environment

Starting date - July 28 | 11am GMT, 1pm CET
  • 3 live sessions
    7 hours
  • Develop your transition plan to a remote/hybrid culture
  • 25 limited seats
  • €350 - Final Price

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