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Collaborating With and Managing Remote Teams from Boston Women in Finance
Organizations of all sizes are always evaluating their workplace arrangements to respond to changing business and employee needs. This includes potential opportunities for individuals or teams to work remotely. Aside from some of the benefits like reducing the expense of office space, the cost and time of commuting and providing greater flexibility to attract, engage and retain talented resources, there are other considerations to ensure remote working arrangements are effective and successful in achieving an organization’s overall goals.

Join Boston Women in Finance on April 8, 2020, for "Collaborating With and Managing Remote Teams,” where our guests will share their perspectives on this evolving workplace arrangement. We will discuss:

*An organization’s process and guidelines for considering remote working arrangements
*Cultural and geographic considerations, including conducive individual or team roles
*Tactics to effectively motivate, communicate to and manage a remote individual or team
*Steps to ensure a remote manager is aware of your needs, efforts and contributions
*Lessons learned: benefits, challenges and learning opportunities – sharing best practices
*Steps to introduce or expand a remote working arrangement at your organization

Our online program will be hosted free of charge to both members and non-members.

For questions or more information, please contact Boston Women in Finance at info@bostonwomeninfinance.org.

Apr 8, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Mary Ellen DeWinter
Director @Distinct Solutions Group
Mary Ellen DeWinter is a Board Member of Boston Women in Finance and a Director with Distinct Solutions Group. She consults with professional service firms and non-profits in the areas of strategic planning, operations, project management and business development. Prior to her role with Distinct Solutions Group, she held senior-level management roles in global law firms to address their strategic business needs and led remote teams working with attorneys across US and international markets. Before her transition to the legal industry, Mary Ellen managed various sales/business development, operations and cross-market project teams at Bank of America. Mary Ellen earned her B.S. in Finance from Providence College and her MBA from Northeastern University.
Erica C. Fotta
Former SVP & Chief Administrative Officer, Global Services @Fidelity Investments
Erica Fotta has over 20 years of U.S. and international business experience. Most recently, she served as the Chief Administrative Officer for Global Services at Fidelity Investments. She is known for her success in delivering sustained value for asset management organizations across a range of functional and shared-services disciplines. In her CAO role, she was responsible for the oversight and execution of cross-functional business management and workforce planning activities for the firm’s non-US locations. Erica previously led the strategy and program management functions for Fidelity’s asset management investment operations division where she focused on improving business routines, process standardization, efficiency, and governance of numerous strategic technology conversions.
Kristin Todd
Vice President of Marketing @The CFO Leadership Council
Kristin Todd is a modern leader who has triumphed in business development, partner relations, & marketing communications. In her current role as Vice President of Marketing for The CFO Leadership Council, Kristin spearheads all of CFO Leadership Council’s global brand & communication efforts, leading a virtual team in the US & Canada. As an integral part of the growth team, she helped with CFOLC’s explosive growth taking their flagship stand alone Boston chapter on the road now representing 27 locations. She is currently on the Organizing Committee for the MIT CFO Summit and a Board Member for the Boston Women in Finance.