Virtual work isn’t the model of the future – it’s here now.
Many companies struggle with setting their employees free from the office without sacrificing culture. Centric Consulting president Larry English is here to guide the way.
Larry is the author of Office Optional: How to Build a Connected Culture With Virtual Teams, a roadmap to virtual work success. The book draws on his insights as co founder and president of Centric, an award-winning business and technology consulting firm that has been remote since its founding more than two decades ago.
Larry’s recent book, “Office Optional: How to Build a Connected Culture With Virtual Teams,” describes how his company was founded on the principle of a remote work culture focused on customer success and employee happiness. In it, he outlines steps other businesses can use while sprinkling in funny, insightful stories from Centric team members and customers.
As a speaker, Larry excels at storytelling. He is dedicated to making his audience not only laugh with him but also learn the same lessons he’s learned through over 20 years of leadership. These videos will show any viewer how his voice and expertise shine in any presentation he gives, engaging audiences and teams from small groups to large gatherings.
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