May 20, 2020 · by Softvision Team

Webinar: How To Work From Home And Be Productive

We are proud to be a part of a webinar with the Asian American Business Development Center!

Cognizant Softvision is excited to participate in a webinar with the Asian American Business Development Center. Hear from our EVP, Matthew Lee, on productivity while navigating this current environment of working from home in Part 2 of the webinar series, “Helping the Asian American Community Recover From the Covid-19 Crisis.”

Working effectively while remote is now a matter of business necessity. Leaders, managers, and employees all have to make changes to implement remote work protocols. This discussion is focused on the best practices of both in-office or remote work to accomplish business and personal responsibilities. Learn best advises on how to remain productive and communicate effectively with remote colleagues, as well as tips on growing your career as a “virtual” employee.

As EVP for Banking Financial Services, Matthew Lee is focused on key east coast cross-industry and global banking financial services clients. He works closely with the Sales, Guilds, and delivery teams from various communities to help banking financial services and other clients develop digital solutions that create revenue-generating differentiation in the marketplace.

When:

May 26, 2020 | 1:00 PM EST

Where: 

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This event is organized and hosted by the Asian American Business Development Center in collaboration with Hennessy. AABDC was established in New York City in 1994 to promote greater recognition of Asian American businesses’ contributions to the general economy. AABDC encourages Asian American businesses to be more actively involved in issues and policies that directly affect them at the federal, state and city levels and provides capacity-building assistance to business entities that enables them to compete in the mainstream marketplace and expand business opportunities.

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