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  • Develop and put into practice the skills that promote the 4 pillars of wellbeing culture.
  • Know the latest trends in digital tools, using technology as a source of well-being instead of a burnout trigger.
  • Hack the cognitive way of thinking working selves to rebuild our purpose from how we want to feel while working.

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Tarcila Shinno, Founder of Remote Workers Latam

Natalia participated as a speaker for our community of top leaders at Banco de Crédito del Perú with the talk "Digital Wellbeing". Your participation was greatly appreciated and helpful to our audience. We were delighted to have her and because of her professionalism and experience, we will undoubtedly call her back to continue accompanying us on this path of the future of work.

Evangelina Hirschfeld, Digital Communications Manager at SheWorks!

Naty is an incredible facilitator and an absolute pioneer of remote work. Her generous and empathetic people-centered approach and her exhaustive knowledge of culture, well-being and organizational learning make each of her proposals break paradigms and collaboratively build new pillars from the depths of change management: the mindset. I had the pleasure of collaborating in various educational proposals, talks and facilitation spaces, I always carry a huge bag of ideas and the motivation to implement them! Your energy is unique!

Keteriane Santos, Owner of Arbitrations at Workana

A person who overflows team spirit, empathy, diplomacy and the desire to evolve and take the whole team with her.

I was happy to have worked with Natalia and consider her a mentor within Workana, given her vast background and her ability to be a chameleonic piece within the startup, for me she has always been a benchmark as a working woman, teammate, and leader.

Wherever you go, you will be full of goodwill and professionalism. Thanks for everything!

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For a hybrid workplace model to work, you need your employees to work freely. Let them decide when and where to work from, and allow these changes to take place even on the same day without much anticipation. Hybrid implies that there is equal opportunity for those who choose to go to the office and for those who do not. The hybrid needs my experience as a collaborator to be the same wherever I choose to be. A culture of well-being for a hybrid model must be built on 4 fundamental pillars: trust, autonomy, psychological safety, and transparency. It will be a culture supported by the strengths of each employee and that nurtures their purpose, both collectively and individually. It will be a culture from and for people, or it will not be.

This workshop is designed to see the 4 pillars of the wellness culture in real time action. Throughout 2 sessions you will acknowledge the key behaviors needed for each pillar to become real and be maintained over time. At the same time, you will learn to recognize the "alerts" that could pop up when any of these pillars begin to fail, and what is the key factor that keeps them in permanent motion over time: Communication.

Session1: The 4 pillars that make up a Culture of well-being and how they are acknowledged in the workplace

Session2: Communication as a common factor, and the importance of developing digital communication focused on asynchrony.

“Trust is built in very small moments.” Brenne Brown

About the Expert

Natalia Welner - Coach in Emotional Intelligence. Remote Work Consultant specialized in organizational culture, digital well-being & e-learning. Certified in Remote First, Agile Methodologies and as a facilitator of Emotional Culture (ECD Riders & Elephants). Professor of the University Diploma in Telework at UNLaR. Virtual leadership trainer for Anmat. Founder at Let a Woman, the first emotional tribe for women entrepreneurs, professionals and teleworkers. Advocate of healthy and respectful workplace environments.

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