Quiet Quitting: An Individual Symptom of an Organizational Problem

  • 25 Oct 2022
  • 2 sessions
  • 25 Oct 2022, 10:00 AM 11:00 AM (EDT)
  • 25 Oct 2022, 4:30 PM 5:30 PM (EDT)
  • Zoom

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“Quiet quitting” has quickly spread from a social media trend to a legitimate concern for managers, HR teams, and organization leadership over the past several months. But what does it really mean? And what are the potential implications?


In this discussion, our experienced panelists will explore this trend and provide their input from various perspectives, ranging from talent management professionals, industry specialists, external consultants, and more!


We’ll dive into: 

  • What is ‘quiet quitting’
  • What are the signs of quiet quitting and how to recognize them
  • What you can do if and when you notice it occurring on your teams
  • What might create a positive shift going forward


We are excited to offer two sessions to accommodate different scheduling needs:

  • Tuesday October 25th at 10am ET
  • Tuesday October 25th at 4:30pm ET

Once registered, you will receive the Zoom link for both the morning and afternoon sessions. 


**If you do not receive zoom details, please send us an email at Arielle@revelandawe.com**



Panelists:


Arielle Sadan, MBA, CPC, PCC is an Executive Coach and owner of Revel&Awe, a coaching and consulting company focused on empowering individuals and organizations to fulfill their potentials. Arielle is a former management consultant with experience across various industries including financial services, education, technology, and telecommunications. She transitioned to coaching in 2018, and is a certified professional coach and is ICF-credentialed PCC (Professional Certified Coach). She specializes in helping her clients build confidence, develop their communication and leadership skills, and carve out fulfilling career paths.


Estée Kim is an ICF Associate Certified Coach (ACC), Human Resources (HR) professional and practitioner, and career mentor. Her expertise is concentrated in the following areas: leadership, management development, performance management, career transitions, emerging leader, and personal effectiveness and fundamentals coaching. Her whole-person approach, down-to-earth, reflective, and refreshingly unpretentious style allows for the relaxed yet challenging conversations that lead to inspired motion

    Maria Esther Ramirez, MSoL, s a healthcare professional with thirty years of experience in the non-profit sector. Her expertise includes relationship and team building, and collaboration with various types of organizations, which includes hospitals, community, and faith-based partners. Maria has provided capacity building, change management support, training and development, and infrastructure assessments to many of her business partners. Maria is an experienced practitioner in Motivational Interviewing with a Master Degree in Organizational Leadership.


    Iris McQuillan-Grace is a self-described Talent Development Junkie working to help distributed teams build community and collaborate culture. She is a talent leader with 15 years in the people development space supporting organizations across industries including education, startups, non profit, professional services, and advertising. She leverages her background in collaborative performance and human centered design to support organizations through complex culture focused challenges.

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