We’re talking about casual conversation and its impact on corporate culture. Please download the meeting invitation. Open it. Then accept. This meeting is Friday at 9am. Hope to see you there.
These roundtables are modeled after mastermind groups. They are small, on-topic, organized peer discussions. Here’s how it works: 1-minute introductions, 10-minute presentation, 5-minute presentation by two success stories, 2-minute round the table where members express challenges they have, and their peers offer suggestions. The time is scheduled for 1 hour and we will stay tight to it.
One of our speakers will be one of our own – Boski. After being hired into a fully remote corporation at the height of the pandemic, Harbor had to take on the challenge of how to integrate someone we can’t see in person and make them feel at home and like a part of Harbor. She tells me that we succeeded; she’s knows that she’s part of Harbor. In a previous job, Boski also worked remote, and she tells us she never felt like part of anything. She’ll share with us both of these contrasting experiences.
Many of our clients are shy but we’re hoping to get one of them to also tell you about their successes. After that we’ll go round the table and let everyone have a chance to express their frustrations and hear their peers offer suggestions.
Here’s what people said about the first peer roundtable: “I got a lot more out of this than I expected to” “Really enjoyed today’s meeting. I hope you do more of them.” “Thanks for inviting me the suggestions were really helpful.”
Please download the meeting invitation. Open it. Then accept. This meeting is Friday at 9am. Hope to see you there.