In conversations about return-to-office (RTO) plans, we’re hearing about a possible increase in resignations if workers are forced back to the office. As a result, many organizations are planning for a new “Hybrid Model.” This is an attempt to balance what workers are asking, to retain top talent, and to meet the need for some roles to be face-to-face.
As organizations prepare for a safe RTO and implement their hybrid models, they must constantly analyze, communicate, and lead the organization through this change – while weighing the risks, implementing safety protocols, plus staying up-to-date on medical developments and guidelines. It’s a lot to consider. Implementing a new model under these ever-changing conditions can mean huge change for the organization. Unfortunately, we’ve seen some companies overlook the importance of early alignment on this transition.
How can you foolproof your plans for a safe RTO and retain your top talent? There are a few critical things to consider incorporating that can make or break your plan. In this session, we will share three must-do things to foolproof a smooth transition that creates equitable opportunities to engage and evaluate employees working in-office and those working remotely, as well as determining early if the RTO model is working.
About The Speaker
Anh Vo is driven by the belief that by helping others succeed. As an Executive Coach and Senior Principal consultant with ALULA, Anh provides executive coaching, leadership and team development, and training and facilitation for an outstanding roster of clients.
Anh holds an MA in Applied Behavioral Science (emphasis in Leadership and Organizational Development) from the Leadership Institute of Seattle (LIOS) at Bastyr University, and is an International Coach Federation (ICF) credentialed coach and Certified Team Coach through Team Coaching International. Also, she is a Certified Facilitator and Administrator of the MBTI, CPI260, Firo-B, TKI, and Team Diagnostic Assessment. She also served on the Board of Trustees for the Center for Ethical Leadership and is a Black Belt Instructor for True Martial Arts.