Work remotely and build resiliency
Agencies are rapidly shifting many employees to remote or "telework" in response to COVID-19. This is a pivotal time for government to build resliency and reap long-term benefits by learning how teams can work effectively together without needing to be in the office.
Free sessions + open Q&A
Based on CivicActions' 15+ years of working as a fully distributed team and the insights of remote-work mentor and expert John O’Duinn, we're offering a series of FREE sessions to provide practical information on making the transition from office-dependent work to distributed teams, and best practices for ongoing success.
Questions and open discussion are encouraged.
- Getting Started
- Team Connection
Choose a session and register (free). You can also attend more than one - discussions will vary to meet specific audience needs.
- Tuesday, April 7 @ 10am PT / 1pm ET >> register now
- Thursday, April 9 @ 1pm PT / 4pm ET >> register now
- Tuesday, April 14 @ 10am PT / 1pm ET >> register now
- Thursday, April 16 @ 1pm PT / 4pm ET >> register now
- Tuesday, April 21 @ 10am PT / 1pm ET >> register now
- Thursday, April 23 @ 1pm PT / 4pm ET >> register now
- Tuesday, April 28 @ 10am PT / 1pm ET >> register now
- Thursday, April 30 @ 10am PT / 1pm ET >> register now
John O’Duinn is the author of "Distributed Teams: The Art and Practice of Working Together While Physically Apart". He is a senior technologist, entrepreneur, and frequent international speaker on the benefits and strategies for remote work.
John served in the U.S. Digital Service in the Obama White House and has provided workshops and mentorship to distributed teams around the world. He co-created the State of Vermont policy encouraging remote work to promote economic growth, and is now supporting the development of similar policies for multiple jurisdictions worldwide. Learn more about John’s work at his website and on LinkedIn.
Stay in touch and get ongoing support from government peers who are adapting to current challenges by working remotely.
Did you attend a webinar? Do you have more questions? How can we help? Your feedback will help us deliver more valuable information to government teams in this time of uncertainty.