Is a Virtual Model Right for Your Team?
With work-from-home policies becoming more and more common, in-house agency leaders want to know what it takes to make a virtual workforce work. According to PwC’s corporate creative agency, making use of readily available technology, building a culture of flexibility and instilling a strong sense of trust has enabled them to thrive in a largely virtual model. The result is a talented, motivated, award-winning group that toils happily (and successfully) coast to coast.
In this month’s webinar, Jack Teuber, head of the Creative Team at PwC (a 2018 In-House Agency of the Year finalist), will share his experience leading a virtual department of 100 full-time employees, over half of whom work from home. Jack will discuss the cultural, technological and leadership norms that make PwC’s model work including how they work together to overcome challenges.
To keep pace with the changing demands of the marketplace, it’s essential to build a team that can rise to the needs of the business. Beyond hiring the best and the brightest, you need to understand what makes your team tick and how to help them thrive in person and in virtual environments.
IHAF webinars are ideal one-hour “lunch and learns” for your entire team. Reserve a conference room, order a few pizzas, and enjoy the opportunity to learn along with us. Want more in-house agency events? Bookmark the Program Calendar page of our website—new sessions and speakers are added regularly.
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