CompTIA Women TechCast

CompTIA Women TechCast

Creating a Culture for Remote Workers to Thrive Pt 1

April 22, 2020


Leading your remote staff to productive business outcomes is more than simply providing technology and communication tools. You’ll need to foster a sense of belonging and an environment of inclusion to optimize team results.  The strong cultures that co-located teams enjoy will not happen organically for remote workers.  Remote workers have a unique set of challenges that may include feelings of isolation, uncertainty and frustration.  How does culture set them up for success?

The Advancing Tech Talent and Diversity Community met with industry experts Amiel Harper, Founder & Principal of The Morpheus Consultancy and Delia Gutierrez McLaughlin, President and CEO of AzTech Innovation to discuss ways that leaders can help remote workers thrive. You’ll increase your understanding of what it means to be inclusive and why it’s important – not only to the organization but also to team members. We share practical, easy to implement advice.  All you have to do is start applying it.

Delia Bio

An accomplished executive and entrepreneur with more than 20 years of experience in Technology Innovation, Supplier Diversity and Vendor Management.  Delia is an outcome-driven maverick who exemplifies a  standard of excellence as a business owner, a STEM advocate and Diversity Evangelist. Delia has been frequently selected by executive management to conceive and execute large-scale initiatives related to community partnerships and inclusion. She is recognized as a motivator and mentor, with an outstanding record of achievement in the business.  Her expertise demonstrates her exceptional ability at program management, team development, and out-of-the-box long-term plans for organizational growth and success.

Amiel Bio

Amiel brings over a decade of professional advisory experience spanning across several industries. He is recognized as  “Game Changer” by Ariel Investments, WOKE Business Services Entrepreneur of the Year by the Chicago Urban League, and Junior Counsel of the Year by the Cook County Bar Association. His  expertise has benefitted  executives, civic and political leaders, and students with speaking engagements covering leadership, diversity, inclusion, culture, mentoring, networking, entrepreneurship, sales, business development, operations branding, and many others.

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