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Distance or Disconnect?

Coming Together When Your Team is Apart


With our first year of remote work behind us, leaders are increasingly questioning their ability to lead and influence virtually. The problem they are discovering is that most well-intended efforts are not as effective as they were a year ago. Why? What is happening?

Is it the distance making this hard or our mindset? Join us as we explore this question and share some simple but effective tools that will help your team come together, no matter where they are located.

Date: April 27th, 2021
Time: 9:00 - 10:30EDT (90-minutes)

Zoom Platform Registration

No Cost


Registrants will also gain access for 30 days to Arbinger's Outward Mindset Online course.
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The Elevate National ERG Summit & Leadership Forum features the opportunity to engage with executives and ERG leaders who champion talent development, community, and marketplace advancement, as well as inclusive workplace cultures.

This is an invitation-only, signature annual event for those identified as leaders in a diverse cross-section of industries. There are no vendors allowed, so you can more freely share collective insights with fellow practitioners.

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As a partner organization of FIEAA, we are offering you $100 off the registration fee. See offer code below.


We look forward to seeing you on May 18!


Register Here!

Code: FORUM2021


For more information, contact FEIAA at office@feiaa.org.



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Date:  May 19, 2021 (More information to come later)

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