Culture, Flexibility & the Future Workplace

Thursday, December 1, 2022
12:30 – 1:30 pm EST
Co-Host: DLA Piper LLP (US)
By Live & Recorded Webcast





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Culture, Flexibility & the Future Workplace. Are you wrestling with how to design your workplace to maximize engagement, performance and connection while affording more flexibility to enable your colleagues to thrive? You’re not alone. Many are uncertain about the right mix of in-person and virtual work, whether to mandate anchor days and how to align schedules to make onsite time purposeful and additive. At this event, we welcome Stanford Graduate School of Business professor and author, Hayagreeva "Huggy" Rao, and work flexibility strategist, futurist and author, Cali Williams Yost, to share their wisdom on how to design today’s jobs and workplaces to give employees more freedom while also facilitating collaboration, training and relationship building. With probing questions posed by author and workplace expert Debbie Epstein Henry, we’ll delve into how to avoid the “quiet quitting” trend at your office and how to inculcate a strong culture and loyalty while giving your employees more autonomy. We’ll also explore how to enhance your presence online when you’re not in-person and what types of parameters and articulated expectations can create just the right balance to give both managers and employees the assurances and flexibility that they need.



A More Just Future with Dolly Chugh

Thursday, March 2, 2022
12:30 – 1:30 pm EST
Co-Host: Perkins Coie
By Live & Recorded Webcast

    For more than 20 years, I've run the DEH Speaker Series (formerly under the names Flex-Time Lawyers and Law & Reorder).  The DEH Speaker Series is a quarterly programming series where I interview and moderate conversations with New York Times best-selling authors, TED speakers and thought leaders.  The quarterly events draw hundreds to more than 1,000 participants from companies, law firms and non-profits worldwide.  I've been fortunate to have more than 30 prominent law firms host these events over the years.  The program topics vary and generally fall into three categories:  careers/workplaces, women/diversity and law.  Here’s a 2-minute highlight reel of my interview of Valerie Jarrett to give you a sense of how the DEH Speaker Series works.

    We are excited to offer three ways to join the DEH Speaker Series:

    • Access to the Next 4 Consecutive Events by Unlimited Online Webcast for 1 Year
    • Access to the Next 4 Consecutive Events by Unlimited Online Webcast for 1 Year PLUS  Access to 20 Former Archived Events by Unlimited Online Access for 1 Year
    • Access to 20 Former Archived Events by Unlimited Online Access for 1 Year

    The DEH Speaker Series is currently being offered exclusively online and membership options do not include in-person participation.  If it makes sense to return to in-person programming, we will maintain the same rate for existing members and continue to offer the events by webcast.  With the new exclusive online offerings, all members are able to access the webcast events individually from any location.  Many organizations purchase corporate memberships to supplement their internal professional development, women’s initiatives and/or diversity programming.  To learn about our Archived Access membership where we offer access to 20 of our former events, click here.

    Here’s a corporate invoice and an individual invoice that outlines the new offerings and payment terms.  Click here to purchase one of the membership offerings online.  You can also pay by check as outlined in the invoices.