Tuesday, June 15 | 11:00 – 11:45 a.m. E.T.

Organizations, teams and individuals have been pushed to the limit by the persisting heath crisis. Stress and worry have been compounded by the rapid rate of change. Organizations now have the opportunity to confront these changes to better equip the people who stepped up in the crisis and build a workplace culture that is resilient and engaged.

As the pandemic wanes and economies grow, only the most proactive organizations will attract, retain and grow talent, and level-up their organizational resilience. Learn four strategies that can help your organization’s leaders improve collaboration, innovation and organizational agility in post-pandemic recovery by:

  • Uncovering potential leadership blind spots that have may been exacerbated in virtual communication.
  • Building trust and transparency.
  • Creating an environment of psychological safety.
  • Developing resilience across the organization during tough times.

Don’t miss this opportunity to build your organization’s resilience, strengthen your culture and engagement, and grow your next generation of leaders.


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Joe Hart, President and CEO, Dale Carnegie
Becoming chief executive officer of Dale Carnegie in 2015, Joe continues to lead the effort that has helped thousands of organizations and millions of individuals take command — of their businesses, their careers, and their futures. Joe started his career as a practicing attorney at two prominent firms where he focused on contract-related litigation. In 1998, he joined The Taubman Company, developer of regional shopping centers, becoming development director. In 2000, he followed a dream and started a venture and angel-backed eLearning company called InfoAlly. In 2005, Joe sold InfoAlly and went on to co-found and become president of AssetHealth.