Building Relationships in 2022 - A Muscle We All Need to Flex

We experienced so many changes in the ways we interacted over the past two years.  Connecting virtually provided a solution to working through the restrictions.  Now that we have moved past the majority of limitations placed on how we connect, it is time to ask ourselves, do we still have the muscle memory needed to cultivate in-person relationships?  In this session we will review the lessons learned in 2020 and 2021 and apply them to relationship building in 2022. Now more than ever, strong relationships in the workplace are critically important to the fitness of any organization. Join us to explore this topic and to share insights which may resonate with others in the group. Who knows, you might just develop another relationship or two in the process.

Learning Objectives

In this session, we will:

  • Review the benefits and challenges of building and maintaining relationhips in a primarilyvirtual world
  • Identify the changes needed in order to develop successful relationships moving forward
  • Create a three step plan for building stronger relationships in your organization which can be implemented immediately

Meg Dindinger

Meg Dindinger is a Training Specialist at Motion Industries (the Apache Division) in Cedar Rapids. She has over 20 years of training experience in various industries including manufacturing, publishing and retail. Her areas of training expertise include systems training, processes training, soft skills and personal development. She enjoys both designing and delivering training and is also an experienced Learning Management System (LMS) administrator.

Meg has served in a variety of roles on the board of the Hawkeye Chapter ATD. She most recently served as the Chapter President in 2020. She is a Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) which is a credential for talent development professionals based on the ATD Capability Model. Meg believes in the success of organizations through the development of their employees and takes great pride in being part of that process. In her spare time, Meg enjoys adventures (large or small) and the excitement of learning or experiencing something new. She finds sharing those experiences with friends and family, including her eight grandchildren, especially rewarding.

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