Part 2 of a 2-part Employee Wellness Speaker Series 'Finding Your Work-Life Rhythm in a COVID World'

Successful Teleworking: How to Remain Productive and Connected as an Office of One

 

 

Date: 10/6/2020

Time: 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

 

This is a Zoom Webinar that can be accessed from any device with an internet connection

 

For many of us, we have found ourselves thrust into the teleworking environment and may continue to do so at some level indefinitely.  While there are many benefits of teleworking, a remote office isn't always the best fit for everybody or for all situations. This doesn't mean, however, that one can't remain productive and continue to feel connected while teleworking, even if you have become an 'office of one.'

 

In this training, learn how to be successful with and get the most out of teleworking. Find out what changes you may need to make to be as productive as possible while avoiding the sense of isolation that can come by working remotely.

 

All faculty and staff are invited and encouraged to attend this series.

 

Presenter: Adam Feiner, PsyD, MBA

Dr. Adam Feiner is a clinical and consulting psychologist with experience assisting clinical, coaching, and consulting clients to overcome a variety of personal, professional, and organizational challenges. In his work in both the public and private sectors, Dr. Feiner has helped clients overcome years of systemic dysfunction by addressing complex challenges in leadership, communication, inconsistent values, and misaligned cultures. He has worked with small and large groups as well as individuals who are dealing with highly stressful situations in which there is much at stake, both emotionally and financially, to help them break through barriers and achieve their goals. Dr. Feiner is owner of Feiner Coaching and Consulting, LLC. In addition to his training in clinical (PsyD) and organizational (MA) psychology, and business administration (MBA), he is also an International Coaching Federation (ICF) certified coach at the ACC level, as well as a Certified Mentor Coach and Certified Executive Coach through MentorCoach LLC, an ICF Accredited Coaching Training Program. He lives in Kettering, OH with his wife and two cats.


 

For questions regarding this event, contact Employee Wellness at wellness@kent.edu  or 330-672-0392.

 

For full-time, benefits eligible employees participating in the Wellness Your Way program, each session will be worth 30 points for a total of 60 points for the Fall Speaker Series.

 

Kent State University is committed to making its work environment, programs and activities accessible to those individuals with disabilities. For employee, faculty and staff accessibility needs contact the Office of Compliance, Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, at 330-672-2038 or aa_eeo@kent.edu. For student accessibility needs contact the office of Student Accessibility Services, at 330-672-3391 or sas@kent.edu.