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Jeff Wilkie

  • May 26, 2022
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Tulsa: Tulsa Country Club 11:30-1:00pm

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OK Ethics Presents:

Building Virtual Trust


Jeff Wilkie

Principal, Human Capital and Organizational Strategies



OKC (In person)

Capitol View Events Center

5201 N Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City

Wednesday, May 18th

11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.


Premium Members: Free for the number of pre-paid registrants included in membership

Members: $40

Non-Members: $50


TULSA (In person)

Tulsa Country Club

701 N Union

Thursday, May 26th

11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.


Premium Members: Free for the number of pre-paid registrants included in membership

Members: $40

Non-Members: $50


VIRTUAL:

Zoom - Link Provided Upon Registration

Wednesday, April 27th

11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.


Virtual Members: Free for the number of pre-paid registrants included in membership

Members: $15

Non-Members: $25


In accordance with CDC guidelines, masks are highly encouraged regardless of vaccination status, especially during networking time. 


Recommended for 1 CPE in Personal Development at the basic level.

The program is suitable at the basic level for individuals who have routine interactions with others that could potentially lead to contentious conversations. OK Ethics makes no guarantees as it is up to the individual practitioner to determine relevance to their specific area of practice.



About the Program:

In March 2020, a pandemic signaled to the nation a need for remote work with many leaders questioning “Can work really get done or can I trust employees to stay productive?” The national workforce had begun trusting employees to be disciplined and managing their work but also balance personal lives that were also affected by COVID-19. The issue is as relevant now as then as organizations consider whether to offer a hybrid workplace going forward or return to work full time. A recent survey by PwC found that almost 70 percent of executives want employees in the office at least three days a week, while more than half of employees want to work remotely at least three days a week and almost 30 percent would prefer to permanently work from home. Steven Covey has said, “Trust is the highest form of motivation.” It plays an important role in engagement and retention where talent is exiting organizations at a record pace. Those organizations that can continue to manage uncertainty by reinforcing supportive relationships and being intentional in their practice of leading proactively will have higher probability of retaining key talent.


Jeff Wilkie, Human Capital Strategies Principal SHRM-SCP, will provide relevant and current perspectives with methods for insuring that your organization is being intentional in it’s practices of reinforcing commitment to employee success. Jeff will also share key tactics for supporting leaders with appropriate development and coaching.


Below are some learning objectives that will provide some perspective.

Creating Virtual Trust – Gaining High Performance in Hybrid Workplaces

1. Discuss current state of culture efforts and tools for sustaining and engaging employees in virtual organizations

2. Review fundamental changes in mindset and value of trust for the average employee and co-worker

3. Gain knowledge for reconfiguring cultural guidelines and recommended behaviors for hybrid workforce

4. Employ transparent communication practices in the organization for remote worker and on-site

5. Create space and grace for different perspectives that re-enter the workplace in person and virtually

6. Define the leadership frameworks critical for leading high-performance in virtual workplaces


About the Speaker:

Jeff is a Principal and lead of the HoganTaylor Human Capital Strategies (HCS) practice. He is a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) with more than 25 years of experience in the human resources and organizational development industry. Jeff works as a confidante and coach to organizational executive teams and assists in the formulation of their human capital strategies. Providing counsel around talent architecture, he identifies and builds human capital critical to the present operations and future growth of the organizations he serves. In addition, he provides valuable consulting in the areas of change management and organizational communications.

Jeff originally joined HoganTaylor as the Firm’s Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) before transitioning to client service. In his previous role, he reported directly to the CEO and provided strategic leadership for human resource activities to ensure high quality staffing and retention of Firm personnel. Jeff was directly responsible for the strategic planning and implementation of human resource initiatives, among them the Firm’s mission, vision and values.

Prior to joining HoganTaylor, Jeff served as Director of Organizational Development and Performance for the City of Tulsa. In this role, he was the primary people officer directing the human resources department staff for the City of Tulsa regarding its 4000+ workforce and all elements of organizational development. Jeff also spent time as a private consultant, founding a firm that served clients in the field of change management and organizational development.





 

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