OD Toolkit Series - Liberating Structures: An Introduction
This training will be conducted live via Zoom.
As more companies move to a hybrid work model, it is challenging the traditional annual performance evaluation process. Hybrid work creates a potential disconnect between managers and remote employees, because a manager cannot see all the day-to-day work that remote employees do. There can be multiple conscious and unconscious biases that can impact the evaluations, such as proximity bias, unknowingly favoring in-office employees in evaluations simply because they are more visible. This may cause some remote employees to be at a disadvantage in the annual evaluation process.
Implementing truly equitable evaluations requires intentional planning, where both managers and employees identify critical behaviors that impact business outcomes and include feedback from multiple data sources within the workstream.
Equitable evaluations focus on outcomes, increase visibility, link behavior to results, and enable all levels to participate in the feedback cycle. Equitable evaluations focus on what work is done, rather than where it is done. This promotes equity between remote employees and in-office employees. Enabling input from all levels in the evaluation process reduces bias, produces more equitable evaluations data, builds trust, increases engagement, which improves retention.
In this session we will share:
About Your Facilitator
- The robust business case for equitable evaluation
- How to remove bias in performance evaluations
- The framework for providing equitable evaluations that can work for all teams styles: hybrid, global, and nested
- Critical steps for implementing equitable evaluations
Anh Vo is an Executive Coach and Organizational Development Consultant with ALULA and works extensively in Leadership and Team Development. Anh worked in the software industry as a global turnaround manager with international assignments in Europe, Asia, and North America. She is known for her collaborative approach and direct communication style. Anh is driven by the belief that by helping others succeed, we all succeed. She is committed to helping executive leaders deliver triple-bottom-line results of developing people, creating profit, and reducing our carbon footprint on the planet.
In her work to advance racial dialogues and the practice of diversity, equity, & inclusion, Anh has provided trainings for self-awareness of racial and cultural identity, self-management in having difficult conversations, the impact of micro-inequities on engagement and retention, and creating the space to facilitate racial dialogues. Anh believes systemic change is critical to creating equity and inclusion.
Anh was an expat for multiple years working with organizations to assess organizational health, needs, and growth capacity while implementing turnaround strategy.
An International Coaching Federation (ICF) credentialed coach, Anh asks intuitive and challenging questions to bring powerful awareness to her clients about their values, strengths, and behaviors that affect bottom-line results, team morale, and job performance.
Anh majored in International Business in her undergraduate studies, and received her Master’s in Applied Behavioral Science, with emphasis in Leadership and Organizational Development, from the Leadership Institute of Seattle, through Bastyr University. She completed her ICF certification training through the College of Executive Coaching.
Anh served on the Board of Trustees for the Center for Ethical Leadership and is a Black Belt Instructor for True Martial Arts. She values her community connection and volunteers extensively with local meal programs.
$40 Non membersAGENDA:
2:45 - 3:00 pm Join Zoom Meeting
3:00 – 5:00 pm Training
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