Surviving Working from Home
April 2 @ 9:30 am-11:00 am
Presenter: Hernan Popper, Schooley Mitchell of Winnipeg
Are you new to “working from home”? Are you prepared for the new reality? Do you have the technology, physical space, and mindset for succeeding? The current reality is requiring most of us to work from home. Many are new to this, unprepared and need a safe place to ask basic related questions.
Are you suddenly conducting online meetings? With remote work being the new normal, you may require to host online meetings and teleconferences. In this seminar, we will be discussing best practices for managing your calls and ensuring the best use of everyone’s time.
Attendee will learn the following:
1. Working remotely
2. Use best practices for online meetings and teleconferences
3. Manage a virtual meeting
Hernan Popper is a Strategic-Partner at Schooley Mitchell of Winnipeg. He has over 30 years of telecommunications experience serving a wide range of clients in the areas of price negotiations, network strategy and technology integration. Prior to launching Schooley Mitchell of Winnipeg, Hernan was Director of Marketing and Operations at the Jewish Federation of Winnipeg, Director of Innovation at Western Canada Lottery Corporation, Portfolio Manager/Senior Service Planner at MTS Allstream, Business Development Manager at Comsat Argentina and Founder at Keycom Telecommunications. He is an expert in Telecom, Pricing, Contract Negotiation & Vendor Relationships.
This seminar is available for remote participants via webinar (i.e., from a computer, tablet or smartphone). Please choose “Online” at registration. The day before the event, we will send you a confirmation email with the link to join the seminar online.
Online registration will close at 12:00 p.m. the day prior to the event. To register past this deadline, contact us at 204.253.4888.
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