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Future-ready Workshops: Tips to Being a High-Performing Remote Employee [ONLINE]

NUS Alumni Relations, in partnership with Centre for Future-ready Graduates, presents Future-ready Workshops - a series of workshops that aims to support alumni in their career development amidst a rapidly changing world.

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    Zoom
    14 Jul 2020
    7.30pm - 9.00pm
    NUS Alumni Relations
    Mr Kenneth Phang
    6516 5005
    kphang@nus.edu.sg

    Event Details

    For some of us, working from home may have been the dream! Now that the dream has become our new reality, it may not be as easy as it was thought to be. Emotional disconnect and the loss of work-life balance are some common challenges faced. Join us to learn how to better adapt to this sudden shift in work arrangement and be productive as a remote employee.

    By attending this webinar, you will learn:

    1. Common challenges to expect as a remote employee;
    2. Tips for setting up a productive home (or dining-table) office;
    3. Strategies to building relationships in your new job, despite being a remote worker;
    4. How to digitally engage clients, bosses and colleagues effectively; and
    5. Productivity hacks to create a positive work from home experience while maintaining work-life balance.

    Speaker: Mr Jasbir Singh, Head of Learning & Development at the Centre for Future-ready Graduates

    Jasbir has a reputation for being a fun and engaging facilitator who leaves participants with practical strategies to achieve their goals and raise their performance. He is deeply passionate about imparting personal resilience skills that will empower students to thrive in the workplace. Before joining NUS, he was a leadership consultant at Heidrick & Struggles, where he was responsible for identifying, assessing, and developing senior leaders across fortune 500 companies.

    Terms & Conditions

    • This workshop is open only to NUS alumni.
    • The session will be recorded for archival and marketing purposes. NUS may use some or all of these images/videos in its print publications, digital platforms and marketing channels.
    • By registering for this event, you hereby consent to NUS collecting, using and/or disclosing your personal data to third parties (including any third party located outside of Singapore) for the purpose of processing, handling and managing your participation in the event stated herein.

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