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As we continue navigating the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s more important than ever to find new ways to connect, support and recognize your people whether they’re working remotely or on-site. 

In our recent webinar, I joined our VP of Client Success Patrick Ahern as we chatted with Mike McRae, President and CEO at St. Ann’s Community, about ways to maintain morale during the pandemic and what the future of leadership looks like.

During the webinar, we asked our audience how many of their employees are working remotely or on-site to get a greater sense of their unique challenges. Here's what they said:

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Each organization's journey will look a little different, but now is the time to lay the groundwork for improving company culture. Throughout the webinar, we talked about the different ways leaders can connect and support their people in the way that works best for their people and organization.

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If you’re looking to gain more ideas for maintaining morale during COVID-19 and beyond, we hope you’ll join us for our next webinar!

Alexandra Powell

Alexandra Powell, U.S. Director of Client Culture and Engagement, not only knows American Sign Language, but uses it to secretly communicate with her husband and kids at parties.

Director of Client Culture and Engagement

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