Outsourcing Partner Anna Hofmeister will be co-presenting a session titled “Successfully Manage a Virtual Work Environment” at the 2018 ASAE Annual Meeting & Expo this summer in
Outsourcing Partner Anna Hofmeister will be co-presenting a session titled “Successfully Manage a Virtual Work Environment” at the 2018 ASAE Annual Meeting & Expo this summer in Chicago, IL. The session will explore how to set up and manage a virtual working environment including employment policies for remote working, technology tools used to manage and communicate within a virtual office, as well as how to evaluate success.
Anna will be joined by Nicole Banks, Membership and Communication Director of the North Carolina American Water Works Association Water Environment Association and Kimberly Mosley, President of The American Specialty Toy Retailing Association.
18 (Saturday) 8:00 am - 21 (Tuesday) 9:00 pm CST
2301 S Prairie Ave, Chicago, IL 60616
Speakers for this event
Partner, Outsourced Services
Anna M. Hofmeister is the partner in charge of Tate & Tryon’s Outsourced Services practice with more than 20 years’ experience serving nonprofit organizations. Ms. Hofmeister is a frequent speaker on nonprofit accounting and financial management topics; and in her role as an interim or permanent CFO, Ms. Hofmeister also frequently presents to finance committees and boards of directors on topics such as: Key Performance Indicators (KPIs); improving financial performance; cash flow forecasts; effective and efficient business operations; internal control design and documentation; aligning charts of accounts and financial statements to conform with strategic objectives; federal and private grant accounting requirements; U.S. and foreign operations; and unrelated business income. Anna is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a BS in Accounting from George Mason University.
Partner, Outsourced Services
- Day 3
- August 20, 2018
2:00 PM Successfully Manage a Virtual Work Environment2:00 PM - 3:30 PMProviding remote work options has opened up more opportunities for associations to hire employees from practically anywhere in the country, or even overseas. This session will provide a better understanding of how to successfully set up a remote environment from the perspective of management and staff. The session will be lead by an association manager who manages an office from a remote location, a staff who works remotely, and a finance professional who manages staff that work in numerous remote locations. Although no two situations are alike we expect that through our experiences the audience will gain enough information to be successful in the remote or virtual office environment. Learning Outcomes: • Learn to establish a successful remote work environment. • Employ policies for remote working. • Discover the key features to look for in technology tools used to manage and communicate within the virtual office. • Evaluate what has not been successful to achieve different outcomes. Moderator: Anna Hofmeister