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Building Culture Where Your Employees Are

How Organizations Can Retain, Engage, and Inspire Morale Through COVID-19 


As organizations face decisions about the future of the workplace, all are asking these incredibly important questions: what does the new world of work look like, and how do we keep employees engaged and encourage retention in the long-term if the world of work never quite returns to “normal”?

In this webinar, SyncHR’s CEO Pamela Glick and Instructure’s Senior Manager of Organizational Development Jennifer Sorensen discuss insights to consider in how organizations can maintain employee engagement and retention amidst an ever-changing landscape of uncertainty. You’ll learn:  

  • COVID-19’s varied impact on different kinds of organizations
  • Smart things organizations are doing today to maintain connection, alignment and growth
  • What these changes mean for retention, engagement, and morale tomorrow

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Webinar Speakers 


Pamela Glick 


Pam brings more than 15 years of senior management experience to her role as CEO of SynchR. In recent years, her primary focus has been strategic practice, tactical execution, and solution development, with an emphasis on business plan development, sales and marketing, team development, solution delivery, and overall financial results.

Prior to leading SyncHR, Pam was the Global Practice Lead for PeopleSoft & Oracle Solutions at BearingPoint, and was a partner at Arthur Andersen Business Consulting. Pam received her Bachelor of Accounting degree from Kansas State University. She is also a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).





Jennifer Sorensen

Senior Manager Organizational Development

Jennifer is the organizational development lead at Instructure, a market leader in higher education and employee development software.  Jennifer’s background as an HR, L&D and OD practitioner has led her into various roles and industries where she’s valued partnering with others to improve employee experiences, organizational efficiencies, talent growth, and human connection. She is passionate about pioneering ways to help people and organizations uncover and develop into their greatest purpose and potential. Jennifer holds a Master’s in Organizational Development from Pepperdine University.