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Are you a hybrid leader yet?

Monique Jefferson
Monique Jefferson

That’s what today’s work world demands. Most workers prefer work from home. Others prefer to be in the office. Still others like hybrid work: a combination of both. In this episode in our Connex Partners Executive Insights series, we ask -- How do you lead people with such opposing preferences? And how do you accommodate the breadth of diversity in the workforce?

Monique Jefferson says the answer lies in being intentional. The Chief People Officer of NYC’s Community Preservation Corporation successfully guides her leaders into intentionality and inclusivity. Done well, your team will have purpose, passion, and perspective…all of which lead to greater morale and loyalty. She shares her methods with host Maureen Metcalf.

Here's what Monique and Maureen cover:

  1. The path to being an intentional leader in today’s hybrid work environment;
  2. Why flexibility ranks higher than compensation in importance to today’s workers; and
  3. The Three Ps, and their importance to your team…and you.

Monique Jefferson is an expert in human capital management with an instinct for determining the impact of organizational change, particularly on marginalized groups. She is a results-oriented, proven human resources executive with over 20 years of global experience in the financial services, legal, Insurance, media, non-profit and professional services industries. Her primary areas of expertise include talent and performance management, compensation, leadership development,diversity,equity,inclusion & belonging, talent acquisition, executive coaching, cultural change, employee engagement, training, and employee and labor relations.

Monique currently serves as Chief People Officer of Community Preservation Corporation (CPC) (a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) within the multi family affordable housing sector) where she develops the human resources strategic plan and builds a culture that will enable CPC to attract, engage, grow and retain a high performing,diverse workforce. Monique previously served as the Chief Human Resources Officer of New York Public Radio, the second largest public media company in the U.S., where she led a culture transformation and implemented the first Race Equity Action plan for the organization.