The world changed in a heartbeat. The conversation that needs to happen now is between leaders, assistants, HR, L&D, and recruiters on the road to an ultimate workplace. Building strong bridges between these groups results in employees who feel safe, respected, and empowered to have a voice, who are loyal and go above and beyond every day.  I want to help my clients build those bridges.

Bonnie Low-Kramen

“There is one thing stronger than all the armies in the world. And that is an idea whose time has come.”
– Victor Hugo

That idea whose time has come is an ultimate workplace that is reimagined in light of COVID-19 and how this unprecedented event in a matter of weeks, changed everything. The vision of an ultimate workplace is highly productive, has strong employee satisfaction and retention, and is consistently and increasingly profitable. A workplace that puts muscle into equity in compensation and freedom from bullying, abuse, and harassment of any kind. A workplace where employees can be free to be who they are and to do the work they love, both in person and working remotely. And feel completely safe, healthy, and respected while doing it.

That would be the ultimate workplace. At a crucial time in history, this is a conversation that is begging to happen and Bonnie will facilitate it. This is a conversation between all the constituencies of the workplace: the Executives, the Support Staff, the HR professionals, Learning & Development and the Recruiters. To sustain and thrive, the workplace needs each group to speak truth to power to achieve their collective goals. The stakes are high for everyone.

Will it be messy? Absolutely. Will it be worth it? Totally.

The world has changed and we need a new way to work in the uncharted territory that lies ahead.

Bonnie Low-Kramen leads customized workplace training and development program workshops where the conversations occur that will build bridges to take you forward. It’s a new day. It’s a new world. Are you ready?

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