Female Executive Leadership Circle
– Let’s Get Real!
with Dr. Karen Sobel Lojeski
Thursday, December 03, 2020
In collaboration with:
Please join us in”getting real” with Dr. Karen Sobel Lojeski on what women need to know about the dangers to their professional and personal life when it comes to working remotely and how to cope and reverse the consequences.
With a remote work force going to almost 100% combined with extreme isolation and problems caused by living in a constant state of cognitive dissonance, it’s more important than ever to increase trust, helping behaviors, leader effectiveness and other critical success factors for higher levels of worker well-being and optimized business continuity. But that’s just the tip of the proverbial “iceberg” for women.
Dr. Karen Lojeski will reveal not only the newest results from her most recent book, The Power of Virtual Distance: A Guide to Productivity and Happiness in the Age of Remote Work, but also the very real and raw challenges – and the different character of those issues – for all women in general and young women – all of our future women leaders – in particular.
You’re also invited to join us for some Round Robin style networking after.
Dr. Karen Sobel Lojeski
Founder and CEO
Virtual Distance International
Dr. Karen Sobel Lojeski is the Founder and CEO of Virtual Distance International (VDI), an executive advisory services and software company specializing in Workplace Transformation powered by her award-winning discovery of Virtual Distance Analytics. Some of her clients include Coca-Cola, Bank of America, Microsoft, Pfizer and dozens more.
Dr. Lojeski, is the author of three books: The Power of Virtual Distance: A Guide to Productivity and Happiness in the Age of Remote Work (Wiley, 2020), Leading the Virtual Workforce and Uniting the Virtual Workforce.
Dr. Lojeski’s work has been showcased in the NYT, WSJ, CNBC, NPR and other major outlets. She is a highly sought-after global speaker and advisor on workplace transformation and related topics. Her expertise is uniquely singular and clearly stands out as the most important voice of the people – in the Age of Pandemics crossed with digital everything.