With the Coronavirus now officially declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, many organizations are suggesting, or even requiring, that their employees work from home. When working remotely full-time isn’t the norm for you and your staff, it can seem daunting to know how to effectively manage your team, which communication and collaboration tools are best, and how to stay productive and creative.
As you may know, Matrix Group has 10 remote employees, and many of you have reached out to ask about our policies and what best practices we follow, and we’d love to share!
Join us for a freewheeling discussion on Monday, March 16th we’ll share our tips, tricks, and best practices for working remotely. We’ll talk about things like:
- Communication tools we love - Slack, Zoom, Google Hangouts, and more!
- Our favorite collaboration tools and managing documents in the cloud
- Our governance and policies for remote work
- Tips on how to thrive as a remote worker
- Strategies for effectively managing your team
CEO Joanna Pineda will be joined by CTO Maki Kato, and two full-time remote staff: Leah Monica, Director of Marketing, and Maria Lima, Director of Special Projects.
Come with questions and join us!
About the presenters:
Maki is your go-to for issues involving security, development sites, or live sites that go down. He manages website hosting for our clients, internal security and infrastructure, and our team of developers. Maki brings to Matrix Group more than 20 years of experience in mission-critical system infrastructure, architecture and application development. He's responsible for the company's system infrastructure, architecture, business systems, application development, evaluation and selection of new technologies, and customer hosting, maintenance, and support. Phew!
As the Director of Marketing at Matrix Group, Leah helps develop, execute and manage effective marketing campaigns for both clients and Matrix Group alike. Leah has extensive experience in content creation, email and digital marketing and has a passion for developing creative, actionable marketing campaigns that help associations and non-profits engage their audiences, better serve their members, and exceed their most lofty goals.
As CEO and Chief Troublemaker of Matrix Group, Joanna Pineda helps her clients increase membership, retain and engage members with compelling member offerings, reach new audiences with a clear brand, and streamline back office operations with awesome integrations.
Joanna's staff and clients call her Chief Troublemaker because she likes to think outside the box, question reality, and ask the hard questions so stuff gets done. Her mantra: Make it up, make it happen.