Teams are no longer just remote – they're going global.
This webinar discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated existing remote work trends, and now we're on the cusp of something new: the globalization of teams. Ambitious companies are realizing that if they can hire remotely, they can hire globally too. They can bring on the best and smartest people anywhere in the world and take their businesses into new markets with relative ease.
But the impact of this tectonic shift doesn't end there. It's set to accelerate economic growth, make work more inclusive, and help traditionally low-income regions like Sub-Saharan Africa and India level up. Could global teams be the great equalizer of our time? While building global teams brings unique challenges, the businesses that do are the ones that will succeed.
During this webinar, you will learn:
- How the way we work is becoming even more globalized
- How this shift will drive global innovation and growth that companies can benefit from
- The impact of this change on people, society, and the economy
Kate Gray, Director of People and Talent, Omnipresent
Kate has been working in the people space with start-ups and scaleups for nearly 15 years. First in executive search, then a tech consultancy and venture builder, and more recently consulting to high growth people centred start-ups in London. She is passionate about building environments where employees can do their best work, without geographical or cultural limitations, and have fun doing it! She earned a degree in physics before deciding to help companies deliver their mission through their greatest asset – their people.
Matt Wilson, Co-CEO and Co-Founder, Omnipresent
Matt is an experienced entrepreneur and technologist. Prior to founding Omnipresent, he founded and ran an enterprise software business in the pharmaceutical industry and spent time as a software engineer and product manager. He holds a master's degree in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics from the University of Oxford. He was named Forbes 30 under 30 in 2019.
Earn 1.0 Recertification Credit Hours (RCHs) or 0.10 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) when attending this webinar.