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Influencing In a Virtual Environment

  • 15 Apr 2020
  • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Online (details emailed to registrants before event)
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Influencing in a Virtual Environment 

Talent development teams have gone virtual almost overnight, and it’s changed many aspects of working together.  One factor is influencing.  No more dropping by the boss’s office to float an idea. No more inspirational chats over coffee or lunch to coax higher performance. How can you continue to influence when you can’t see or touch your teammates?  If you’re a people manager or leader, it’s vital to continue to influence your team.  If you’re an individual contributor, you don’t want to lose ground just because the boss can’t see you in person.  Join us for a robust conversation about influencing when you’ve suddenly been forced into virtual work.  Our featured presenters will lead the conversation and offer tips based on their deep experience in the world of leading teams in a virtual environment.


Jocelyn Ring

Jocelyn Ring is the founder of The Ring Effect, a brand strategy consulting and leadership development company. Since 2004, she's worked with clients from entrepreneurs to multibillion dollar global organizations in manufacturing, technology, healthcare, consumer products and non-profit industries. She has extensive training in coaching and facilitating and has an MBA in Marketing and Management. In addition to consulting she enjoys hosting workshops, speaking and mentoring.

Brock Vaughn

Brock Vaughn, CPLP, is the principal of the consulting firm Brock Vaughn & Associates.  He’s a workforce development expert, having honed his craft over two decades of leading talent development activities at Bank of America and Capital One. His experience in the design, development and delivery of learning spans technical, interpersonal and leadership skills, especially in financial services. His learning solutions are engaging, imminently practical and leverage deep business acumen. Brock holds an M.Ed. in Human Resource Development from The George Washington University, and a B.S. in Financial Management from Clemson University. He and his wife Shawn Dunham, also a learning consultant, make their home in Greenville, SC.

When:    Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Where:   Online (details emailed to registrants before the event)

Time:      4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST

Members: Free   Guest Registration: (non-ATD members) $10



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