With the current Coronavirus pandemic, organizations and companies in Sub-Saharan Africa are being forced to go fully remote for the first time, and with very little preparation to get it right.
Remote working due to a health crisis is significantly different from a planned and carefully orchestrated approach. With schools closed, movement restrictions, curfews and widespread uncertainty, individuals including managers and HR practitioners are struggling to adjust to the new normal.
Join us for a live Webinar tomorrow on Managing a newly remote workforce in times of uncertainty with Faye Ekong, Managing Director and co-founder of RavelWorks Africa from 12pm – 1:30pm
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About the speaker
Faye Ekong is the managing director and co-founder of RavelWorks Africa. RavelWorks Africa works with organizations and their employees to co-create Organizational Design, HR and professional development programs adapted to the modern workplace. She has over 10 years’ experience in human resource management, implementing learning and development and employee engagement programs including at executive level.
She has worked with a range of global stakeholders including government agencies, private sector corporations and non-profit entities in Africa, Europe, Asia and North America.
She is certified by the Society of Human Resource Management as a Senior Certified Professional (SHRM -SCP). She is currently pursuing her PhD with a focus on organizational transformation and corporate governance in Sub-Saharan Africa.