How COVID-19 Changed Organizational Culture: A Conversation with Jamie Notter

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Keep up with the changing pace of your org's culture

With the sudden shift to work-from-home caused by COVID-19, your workplace culture has changed, whether you realize it or not. You simply can't do the things the same way you did before and expect to get the results you're used to.

In this 30-minute conversation, Jamie Notter, Co-Founder and Culture Designer at Human Workplaces and Michael Hoffman, CEO of Gather Voices, will discuss how ongoing culture management will help your team succeed during the pandemic and beyond.

They'll discuss:

  • How COVID-19 accelerated workplace culture innovation
  • How to find new ways of working that take into account the world we're living in right now
  • Using ongoing culture management to drive results
  • Using video communication to bring back passive transparency and create inclusive hybrid work experiences

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Michael Hoffman is the co-founder and CEO of Gather Voices, a technology company that automates the creation, management and publishing of video content. He is also the founder of See3 Communications, a digital marketing agency in Chicago and founder of the DoGooder Video Awards which honors the best social cause video on YouTube each year. Hoffman teaches marketing at the University of Chicago and is an internationally sought-after speaker and trainer who is a trusted advisor to association leaders on engagement strategy.

Jamie Notter is an author and culture designer at Human Workplaces, where he helps leaders drive growth and engagement by aligning workplace culture with success. With 25 years of experience in conflict resolution, generations, and culture change, Jamie is also the author of three books—Humanize, When Millennials Take Over, and The Non-Obvious Guide to Employee Engagement—and holds a Master’s in conflict resolution from George Mason and a certificate in Organization Development from Georgetown, where he serves as adjunct faculty.