Workplace transformation takes strategic shifts in thinking, not just tactical changes in how work gets done. But how transformational are you really being? Are you laying out a buffet of programs, technologies or work spaces, but still feel like there's something missing? Are you getting the utilization you'd hoped for?  Many project leads feel they're doing as much as they can to support their flex, mobility or telework initiative, especially in the context of an overwhelming workload. But if manager support, leadership attitudes, and employee utilization are not falling in line behind your tactical changes, what more can you do?

In this webinar, Kyra Cavanaugh, president of Life Meets Work, takes a deeper look at the role, IT, RE and HR can play in your organization's transformation efforts by:

  • Exploring the challenges behind full integration of IT, RE, HR
  • Sharing strategies for constructing a workplace transformation vision that engages your entire organization
  • Reviewing key components of a fully integrated communication strategy that changes behavior and increases support among leaders, employees and managers.

Hear for yourself how to build a communication plan that leads to a successful program.

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Kyra Cavanaugh
Life Meets Work

Kyra Cavanaugh is president of Life Meets Work, a consulting firm that helps organizations implement and improve workplace flexibility. She provides companies that are striving to be "best-in-class" with an online member-based community and services that include coaching, consulting, and training. She's a nationally-recognized speaker on workplace flexibility, telecommuting and work/life issues, and the recipient of the 2011 Work-Life Rising Star Award by Alliance for Work-Life Progress.

Having herself worked nearly every way possible to find work/life balance (full-time, part-time, compressed work weeks, telecommuting, independent contracting, and a stint as a stay-at-home mom), Kyra made it her mission to help others find flexible work options. Her bottom-line orientation and practical approach drive the work she does with non-profits; business owners; human resource, diversity and work/life professionals; and the Women's Bureau, U.S Department of Labor.