Speaker: Anoop Mishra
Topic: Leadership and management in a post-pandemic work environment
Businesses continue to define an evolving “new normal” for in-person, virtual, and hybrid work postures. Organizational leaders need to be able to identify and navigate through choices and consequences for managing teams in settings with few blueprints available.
With employees in 38 states and 6 core office locations across the U.S., the Atlanta Fed has been living this reality as well. In addition, Anoop’s role in policymaking and the Fed’s research into implications of remote/hybrid work will offer some insights into how leaders are thinking about teams, culture, productivity, and success.
This is a HYBRID (IN-PERSON and VIRTUAL) event. Networking begins at 11:15 am; the meeting will begin at 11:30 am. You won't want to miss this! The luncheon is $15 for members and $25 for non-members. The virtual option is $5 for members and $10 for non-members.
PDU Awarded for Attendance: 1 PDU
Date: Friday, February 17, 2023
Time: 11:15 am - 12:30 pm (food service begins at 11:15 am and meeting starts at 11:30 am)
Location: Protective Life (Grand Bay Flex Conference Room), 2801 US-280, Birmingham, AL 35223
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Anoop Mishra is vice president and regional executive at the Birmingham Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. He is responsible for the Atlanta Fed’s Regional Economic Information Network (REIN) for the state of Alabama, in which he collects and synthesizes economic intelligence from business and community leaders throughout the state to support monetary policymaking. Anoop oversees the Birmingham Branch’s board of directors, the District’s Agriculture Advisory Council, and leads the Atlanta Fed’s community and economic development outreach efforts in Alabama. Before joining the Bank, Anoop owned a business consulting firm and was previously the chief executive officer of WorkforceQA, a national employment screening and compliance provider. He served as the chief operating officer for EDPM for 12 years prior to its acquisition by WorkforceQA. While there, he served on the Atlanta Fed’s Human Capital Advisory Council. Anoop also worked for Accenture in Atlanta in its Financial Services / Strategy practice. Anoop received a BA in political science from Birmingham-Southern College and MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. He is active in the Birmingham community serving on the boards of the Alabama Economics Club, American Cancer Society, Opportunity Alabama, and Workshops, Inc. He also serves on the board of the National Speech and Debate Association. He is a member of Birmingham's Downtown Kiwanis Club and an alumnus of Leadership Birmingham and Leadership Alabama. Anoop and his wife, Manisha, live in Homewood with their two children, Annikah and Adesh.