Managing a Hybrid Team
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Episode 4 - Commercial Insights with Regions Bank

With some people heading back to the office and others remaining remote — and some doing a flexible mix of the two — how can your company promote collaboration and make sure workflows remain efficient? This episode explores best practices in managing a hybrid team, both in terms of processes and communication and in terms of culture and collaboration.

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Meet the Speaker

Kelley Brown-Murro serves as the Market Executive and Commercial Area Executive for Regions Bank in Palm Beach/Broward Counties. In addition, to her current role she has over 15 years of experience in leading commercial teams across the Southeast United States. She is local to the market in which she serves and has been recognized as one of the “Most Influential Business Women” by the South Florida Business Journal.

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Our world is changing at a breakneck speed, and today’s business leaders need guidance to position themselves for success. Commercial Insights with Regions Bank features in-depth conversations with thought leaders and experienced commercial business advisors about what’s new, what’s next, and what you can do to best position your business for the road ahead.

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This information is general in nature and is provided for educational purposes only. Regions makes no representations as to the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability, or validity of any information presented. Information provided and statements made by employees of Regions should not be relied on or interpreted as accounting, financial planning, investment, legal, or tax advice. Regions encourages you to consult a professional for advice applicable to your specific situation.