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B. Office
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Is your organisation embracing the change of mindset and adopting a new model of work?
October 13, 2021, 5:00 – 6:00 PM AEST |
2:00 – 3:00 PM SGT

Is your organisation embracing the change of mindset and adopting a new model of work?

With the current state of the Pandemic having endured for almost two years by now and different countries being at different stages of the COVID emergencies, our work world has dramatically shifted. 

Whilst many companies initially adopted remote working policies in the interim, the question today is about the future. Will companies transition to fully remote teams? And what do workers really want and need?

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Entrepreneurs, directors, team leaders and acting managers all struggle with the same questions:

  • Talent is leaving and every employee is demanding different things, how can we address it?
  • Which is the best work model for the organisation? Remote, office or hybrid?
  • How can we adjust work policies for remote workers?
  • Can a fully remote company be productive as well? And what about response times, employee culture, or engagement?

Organisations and professionals are finding it challenging (at best) to translate their relatively efficient office-based work culture to their new work setup.

Is the return to work actually turning into a return to chaos?

Who better to pose these questions than a panel full of remote workers, influencers and advocates in their related fields?

Speakers’ Bio:

Domenico Pinto is the founder and principal coach at Semco Style Institute Australia. A global citizen and entrepreneur who is passionate about assisting businesses to grow sustainably and improve company culture. He has extensive coaching knowledge and experience, having trained over 4000 professionals in groups and one-on-one at all levels of an organisation, across a variety of industries, and in companies of various sizes. His main purpose is to help create better tomorrows for everyone.

Gonçalo Hall is the ultimate remote work advocate. He’s the co-founder of companies and projects such as Remote Portugal, Remote Europe, Future of Work Conferences and Remote Work Movement Podcast. One of his most recent successes – the establishment of the world’s first Digital Nomad Village (in Madeira Island, Portugal) – achieved widespread recognition. He is a fast, creative thinker who always focuses on people and culture first whenever building a community, consulting a company or developing one of his projects.

Marcelo Lebre is an experienced product oriented engineer and firm believer that ordinary people come together to build extraordinary things. This firm belief and passion for entrepreneurship and startups led him to becoming the co-founder, COO and CTO of Remote – a company that enables organisations to build teams worldwide while taking care of all the HR bureaucracy for you. Addicted to technology, building products is in fact one of his main areas of experience. Others include scaling architectures and teams with clear paths of action, as well as creating innovative tech solutions.

Facilitator’s Bio:

Kate Fulton has worked as a Development Consultant in Western Australia for a variety of organisations, with a strong emphasis on organisational design, self-management, and stakeholder alignment. She has spent the last decade collaborating with local governments and supporting organisations to drive real empowerment and develop individualised approaches to enhance people’s lives. She is currently the Chief People Officer for Avivo, an innovative and reputable company that supports and promotes active citizenship and autonomy for people with disabilities, mental ill-health and older people.

Join the discussion as we talk about what work culture
supports remote teams best.