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The ILR Alumni Association Bio Burst project, a monthly video series that introduces you to members of ILR's recent alumni community.

Pranav Sehgal

For our October 2020 Bio Burst, meet Pranav Sehgal, a member of the ILR Class of 2015 and a Research Associate at ARGA Investment Management. Check out Pranav’s story and hear about his appreciation for Cornell’s diversity and enthusiastic professors.
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Pranav Sehgal

Wendy Lamanque

For our September 2020 Bio Burst, meet Wendy LaManque, a member of the ILR Class of 2010 and Eastern Counsel for the American Guild of Musical Artists.
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Wendy Lamanque

Ashley Estrada

For our July 2020 Bio Burst, meet Ashley Estrada, a member of the Class of 2016, and a Middle Market Banking Associate at JP Morgan.
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Ashley Estrada

Mike Annunziata

For our May 2020 Bio Burst, meet Mike Annunziata, a member of the Class of 2011, and the CEO of Farther Farms. By developing novel technologies to extend shelf-life, preserve nutritional value, and achieve food safety, Farther Farms creates food products that solve foundational problems in the food system.
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Mike Annunziata

Nina Gershy

Nina Gershowitz '16, who has worked in the circus world, has continued her focus on the arts as a project manager for a dance video production company.
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Nina Gershy

Events

Mismanaging Hybrid Teams: Top Five Opportunities for Improvement

The shift toward hybrid work exploded during the COVID-19 pandemic and has since become a staple in all types of organizations. Although hybrid teams can offer a number of benefits, leaders often find that the practices they have come to depend on for managing in-person teams do not translate well to the hybrid context. And with hybrid team management being the responsibility of both leaders and team members alike, where can you look for opportunities for improvement? Join Brad Bell, Professor and Director of the Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies at Cornell’s ILR School, as he reviews the top five ways that hybrid teams are mismanaged. He will present strategies and guidelines for creating a high-functioning work mode for all team members. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN How leading hybrid teams is similar to but also different from leading traditional, in-person teamsHow to establish a hybrid team identity and facilitate shared understandingStrategies for supporting the social climate of your hybrid teamHow to encourage team members to participate in the leadership processHow to improve virtual interactions through an agile technology infrastructure SPEAKER Brad Bell PROFESSOR Cornell ILR School

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Mismanaging Hybrid Teams: Top Five Opportunities for Improvement