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With technology and globalization transforming the workplace, physical presence is not always possible.
In virtual situations, how do you maintain quality human to human (H2H) connection? Sustaining productive connection despite time and space constraints presents challenges beyond acquiring the latest technology. Join us for our June program as Yael Zofi, author of “A Manager’s Guide to Virtual Teams”, discusses what is now required to successfully manage this new workforce of technology-mediated teams.
Yael Zofi is the founder and CEO of AIM Strategies®, a human capital consulting firm specializing in virtual teams and cross cultural communications. With over 20 years of experience in executive coaching and training, Yael has worked with clients from Pfizer, Philips, Con Edison, JPMorgan Chase, Save The Children, Viacom and Nokia. Her organization development work focuses on helping leaders and their teams become more successful through organizational alignment. She has created many team-based alignment tools, facilitated global team strategy retreats, designed international talent management programs, and facilitated merger integrations with three global organizations. Yael has authored four books, most recently, A Manager's Guide to Virtual Teams. She has been featured in CNBC, Forbes.com, Business Week, BlogTalkRadio, Halogen Talent Management, WatchIT TV, The Business of Life Radio, HBR Expert Series, Mindtools, People & Strategy, and Bloomberg.com. A former ODN Board Member and Program Committee Chair, Yael is a professor at NYU, holds a Masters Degree in Organizational Development from Columbia University, a Business Management degree from Rutgers University, and has done post-graduate work with AU/NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science.