Talent Management 3.0 and Small Actions, Big Wins: How to Retain Talent in Hybrid Work (Thomson Reuters Partner Webinar)
The future of work is changing quickly, and this future is here now. In 2021 we saw the future of work play out as a hybrid structure, which emerged as the foundation of organizational strategy and culture for many organizations. In 2022 understanding how blended work environments and a “remote first mindset” influence key employees’ stay and leave decisions is a necessity, not a nice-to-have. A small collection of daily repeatable micro actions by managers, supervisors of work, and teams in group settings and one-n-one meetings increases employee belonging, inclusion, career progression and development, happiness, engagement, and wellbeing. These include making space for everyone to contribute ideas and to have productive debates when brainstorming solutions to hard problems and infusing social connections into virtual meetings. Join this session to learn what these micro actions are and hear from forward-thinking peers and leaders on how policies and behaviors create productive, value driving outcomes in hybrid work environments.
This webinar is for librarians and legal information specialists interested in or new to implementing a hybrid work environment. This webinar is for all library types.
- Participants will learn how to lead teams in a virtual or “remote first” environment to retain employees
- Participants will know what daily behaviors (aka micro actions) to model to maximize productive, value-driving outcomes in hybrid work environments
- Participants will learn how these behaviors enable increased employee belonging, inclusion, career progression and development, happiness, engagement, and wellbeing
- Barbara Taylor, DLA Piper
- Mary Alice Vuicic, Thomson Reuters
- Ronald Wheeler, Boston University
- Natalie Runyon, Thomson Reuters
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Natalie Runyon, Director, Enterprise Content, Talent, Inclusion & Culture, Market Insights
Runyon has more than 20 years of experience working and volunteering for multinational organizations, including Thomson Reuters, Goldman Sachs, and the Central Intelligence Agency. Prior to serving in her current role, she ran the strategy and operations team supporting key account programs within the Legal business, and before that, she ran global security in the Americas for three years. As a volunteer leader, she has led strategic leadership and change initiatives on the global and local levels for business resource groups at Thomson Reuters. Runyon completed an Organization Development & Leadership certificate from NYU in April 2016 and is a Certified Leadership Coach.
Barbara Taylor, Chief Knowledge Officer, DLA Piper
As DLA Piper’s chief knowledge officer, Taylor leads the firm’s Knowledge Department. The department’s mission is to help the firm’s lawyer practice smarter through a range of knowledge solutions, including knowledge management, research, litigation support and legal technology. Prior to joining DLA Piper, Taylor practiced law for 25 years which included serving as General Counsel of BDO USA.
Mary Alice Vuicic, Chief People Officer, Thomson Reuters
Vuicic joined Thomson Reuters in November 2017 and leads both the Human Resources and Communications functions. She has over 20 years of experience working in senior human resources positions at leading international organizations. Previously, she served as chief human resources officer for L Brands, and held senior roles at Loblaw Companies Ltd., Shoppers Drug Mart, Walmart Canada, and Chapters/Indigo. Vuicic serves as director on the board of the Business Development Bank of Canada where she chairs the Human Resources Committee. She has a BA degree from the University of Windsor and an Advanced Human Resources certificate from the University of Toronto and has completed Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program.
Ronald E. Wheeler, Director of the Fineman and Pappas Law Libraries Associate Professor of Law & Legal Research, Boston University
Wheeler, a recognized leader in the area of legal research instruction, has served in various law library management roles at law schools across the country, including Suffolk University Law School, the University of San Francisco School of Law, Georgia State University College of Law, and the University of New Mexico School of Law. He is also a well-known author and speaker about issues related to law library management and the role of the law library in legal education. In 2014, he was named to the Lawyers of Color “50 under 50” list of minority attorneys making an impact on legal education. Wheeler served as AALL President from 2016-2017. He is the first African American male to hold this office. He is a member of the Law Librarians of New England (LLNE), serves on the executive board of the New England Law Library Consortium (NELLCO), and is a member of the Editorial Board of the Legal Information Review.