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Zoom’s Work Transformation Summit on Jan. 19: Fresh Approaches for Moving Forward

These past two years have undoubtedly reshaped work. More specifically, these past two years — shuffling between remote, in-person, and hybrid work scenarios — reshaped what employees expect out of their jobs, how they want to work, and what the office means to them. 

Organizations are challenged with making big decisions to meet those expectations, and those decisions will dramatically alter how they hire, manage their facilities, buy technology, and maintain productivity. Simply adjusting policies and retooling previous work models won’t do. It takes a comprehensive reimagining.

To help organizations navigate this next phase of work, Zoom is hosting our Work Transformation Summit on Jan. 19, a free, half-day virtual event designed to provide you and your organization with meaningful strategies, creative approaches, and innovative solutions for redefining work. 

Summit attendees will have the opportunity to hear from peers and industry experts on the importance of embracing technology, shifting preconceived notions about what work is, prioritizing the employee experience, and empowering teams through meaningful connection and collaboration. 

Here are some of the perspectives you can expect to gain from Zoom’s Work Transformation Summit:

Where people are right now

One question on a lot of minds right now is, “How are other organizations handling this change?” Hear from industry analysts as they share the latest data and insights on various work styles and environments. Several Zoom customers will also discuss their own approaches and their most critical considerations on their work transformation journeys.

Implementing the “great reset

Past mindsets and traditional work solutions no longer meet the needs of many organizations and their employees. Our panelists will share strategies and tools that business and IT leaders can leverage to free themselves from these limitations and equip teams to succeed, both now and in the future. 

How to build meaningful connections at work

As teams become increasingly dispersed, business leaders and HR teams are striving to create the genuine connections that lead to dynamic and productive teams. Discover effective strategies and methods for building a strong company culture and creating a holistic and elevated employee experience. 

How to connect to your audience in new ways

What does engagement look like going forward, and how will modern teams reach new audiences and increase customer satisfaction? Learn innovative approaches for CMOs to educate customers and prospects, for CROs to elevate their teams’ sales motions, for customer service departments to provide better support, for product teams to collaborate on design and ideation, for CHROs to attract and retain talent and more.

The new role of the office

New technologies and work styles have transformed how employees use office spaces, requiring organizations to reimagine what the office can be. Our industry experts will take attendees on a guided tour of Zoom’s office and share best practices to help workspace designers and facility managers get the most out of their space using Zoom.

How Zoom is approaching the next phase of work

The past two years have been challenging, and we’re sharing our own learnings about the next phase of work. This includes our own return-to-office plans and strategies, what’s worked so far, and perhaps more importantly, what lessons we learned. We’ll also share how we are formally rolling out updated workstyles across our global teams to support all employees, foster greater collaboration, and nurture our strong sense of culture.  

Start transforming

The Work Transformation Summit is designed to inspire — join us to learn more about the possibilities, gain new perspectives, and discover a path forward for each unique business. Sign up today to reserve your spot on Jan. 19. See you there!

Kristen Klein
Manager, Customer Marketing
Zoom Blog



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