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Radio Show #395: Fostering Autonomy in the Workplace
7 June |5:30 pm - 6:00 pm BST
Special Guest: Alison Williams: The Law Firm Mentor
Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy as a Family Law Trial Attorney, and Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney, Ms. Williams practices exclusively family law, including adoptions, divorce, domestic violence, child support matters including UIFSA, child custody including UCCJEA, DYFS hearings (both Superior Court and OAL hearings, and including abuse/neglect and guardianships), and appeals.
Considered to be a Thought Leader in the field of Child Welfare Law, Ms. Williams founded and manages a BLOG specific to this complex area of the law. This resource has been recognized by the News Media as an authority for the parent defence position in matters before the New Jersey Supreme Court.
Join us and our special guest, Allison Williams, known as the Law Firm Mentor, as we dive into the oh so sexy topic of Fostering Autonomy in the Workplace. We have all heard that approximately 70% of the American workforce is disengaged at work. This comes not from a lack of compensation or lack of a highly systematized business, but from the leadership’s failure to foster the number one desired attribute of the workplace for today’s workforce. You guessed it… That attribute is autonomy. But how does one create a workplace centred on employee autonomy when those in management and leadership want everyone to work consistently performing their roles? Allison will give us some key strategies to implement to create both a highly systematized workplace, as well as a highly autonomous employee experience.
Join us as we discuss Fostering Autonomy in the Workplace.
Host: Jo Moffatt