Date(s) - March 5, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm

In 2020, most employers, managers, HR, labor, and business advisors were dealt Covid-19’s new hand of cards.  Best practices and innovations continue to emerge as organizations work in remote and hybrid models while challenged to drive higher performance and resilience… amidst increased demands for safety, fast change, fewer resources, changes in staffing models and teams, faster decision-making in ambiguity, and higher personal stress levels.

We’ll share best practices in virtual interviewing, onboarding, and supervising as well as those which are resulting in organizational ‘gorilla glue,’ enhanced trust, and greater performance.  A best practice case study will be presented to show how some of these practices can be implemented in your organization to gain greater success and give leaders the ability to lead more effectively.

Our presenter

Gregg T. Barratt has been a Senior HR and Organization Development Consultant for The Human Resource Consortium for 25 years.  His consulting expertise comes from experience as an HR leader and as a nationally recognized professional in training, organizational development, and employment of U.S. veterans with firms including Merrill Lynch, Pitney Bowes, RJ Nabisco, Aetna Financial Services, and Frontier Communications. Gregg is certified in the use of numerous assessment and process redesign tools, an exceptional range of training and development programs, and as an alternative dispute mediator and critical incident stress manager, instructor and leader.  Additionally, he has extensive expertise in conducting labor negotiations and relations, facilitating process redesign, developing and delivering innovative strategies and engaging training programs in recruitment, onboarding, employee recognition and retention, managerial and leadership competence, customer service, safety, and security.  Active in community service, he serves as State Captain for the Connecticut Patriot Guard Riders (Veterans support group) and a Board Member of the Connecticut Critical Incident Stress Management Network.