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Trina Hoefling

Adjunct Faculty, Leadership and HR

Company: Universities of Denver and Southern California
Role: Session Presenter

2019 Conference Session: Distance Bias—When out of Sight Really Means out of Mind (S3-C)
2020 Conference Session: Distance Bias 2.0—Assessing Your Organization’s Digital Inclusion Habits (S2-B)

Trina Hoefling has been transforming the workplace virtually since providing remote management training in 1984. She believes that “Technology is the enabler, but People are the key.”

Trina is a graduate school master teacher and online course developer for the University of Denver in two master’s programs—Organization Leadership MA and Organization Development Master’s Certificate. She is also an adjunct faculty at University of Southern California’s Bovard College in their HR graduate program. An organization development and transformational change consultant, strategic facilitator, coach and virtual team engagement expert, she is author of “Working Virtually: Transforming the Mobile Workplace,” 2nd Edition, released in March 2017.

Trina is an accomplished thought leader with passion for helping people and organizations grow, and co-founder of www.theSmartWorkplace.com and www.VirtualWorkplaceUniversity.com, a learning portal for workplace competence in the mobile work world. Virtual Workplace University just released Trina’s first on-demand course in her Virtual Leadership Essentials series based on working virtually and an early adopter of virtual work and online learning.

Author, Working Virtually: Transforming the Mobile Workplace, 2nd Ed.

Speaker & Coach, www.TrinaHoefling.com, Elevating Workplace Collaboration & High-Performance Teams

Thought Leadership, Shadow Consulting & Master Online Trainer, www.TheSmartWorkplace.com Being Agile in the Mobile Workplace

Want to schedule a virtual meeting with me? https://trinahoefling.simplybook.me

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