With ever changing technology, work environments, great resignation and retention concerns, how are companies handling all of this?
We have put together a panel of three women leaders that will share their experiences with leading in today's environments of hybrid, 100% remote, and 100% in-person.
- How are you keeping your remote employees engaged?
- How is employee engagement with being in person?
- How did you determine a hybrid work schedule, what does this mean and what challenges do you have?
- What technology has been the most effective in keeping employees productive?
- Are you seeing a swing from more remote to either hybrid or in person?
Just a tease of a few of the topics we'll discuss. Put on your thinking cap and come with a question for our panel.
You don't want to miss this one!
About our Panelists:
Lisa Bauer is the Head of IT Manufacturing & Operations Solutions at Sub-Zero Group Inc, which partners with the business on all platforms and solutions supporting manufacturing and internal operations. This ranges from operational technology consisting of Industry 4.0 on the plant floor, ERP systems through design engineering involving simulation. Lisa’s team supports the planning, design, and delivery of these solutions for Sub-Zero’s global operations. She joined Sub-Zero Group recently in this role. Prior to this she served as an Enterprise Architect leading transformation initiatives for Spectrum Brands. Preceding that she managed the IT operations for Foremost Farms. Over her 30-year IT career, Lisa has always been involved in technology design and delivery along with developing and managing high performing teams focused on collaboration with their business partners.
Lisa Moling has over 20 years of experience in the digital marketing arena. She spent 14 of those at a B2B company, building many of their e-commerce and digital programs from the ground up. Her most recent experience is at Colony Brands, where she was the Senior Manager of E-Commerce and led a team of 24 marketing and development coworkers for 11 websites. She recently moved to a new role there as Executive Director of Hardgoods Branding, overseeing all multi-channel marketing initiatives and business roadmaps for 2 of their brands.
Michele Stanton is the VP of IT Business Solutions at Exact Sciences, the primary delivery arm of the IT organization, partnering closely with business functions across the enterprise to understand, plan, design and deliver technology capabilities necessary to achieve their strategic objectives. She has been with Exact Sciences for 3 years, helping to enable the necessary change required as the IT organization grew from 120 employees to 600 employees in that same time period. Prior to Exact Sciences, Michele worked at QBE Insurance for 10 years and prior to that, CUNA Mutual Group for 20 years, serving in a variety of business and technology leadership roles to drive transformational change at the regional and global levels.