More and more organisations are realising that the return to workplaces is likely to take longer than anticipated and even when people feel able to return, most don’t want it to be all the time. Many clients we have spoken to recently have already taken the decision to offer staff a greater element of home working as the way forward.
With this in mind, organisations will need to support their managers and leaders to develop the skills to manage remotely as a core part of what they do – not just as an emergency interim measure.
Join us for our next series of webinars which will look at three key areas of leading remotely:
Thursday July 16th at 11:00
Why effective feedback conversations are essential now more than ever
Many of us find feedback conversations tricky to get right, particularly at the moment when they are taking place in a “virtual” setting. And things may be feeling challenging enough for everyone, without adding developmental feedback to the list. But what happens if we don’t have these conversations and how do we ensure they are still relevant and authentic? Catherine Hamilton offers some practical insights to kick start some new and better habits for building the performance of your remote team through effective feedback. – Register here
Thursday July 23rd at 11:00
The emotionally resilient leader
In these challenging times do you find that your emotions can get the better of you? Is this having an impact on your work and life? Would you like to be able to manage your emotions effectively and learn to respond with control, rather than react? In this webinar Chris Brown will reveal a simple 4 step process that will help to develop your ability to manage your emotions and the emotions of others, and in so doing, improve your resilience – Register here
Thursday 30th July at 11:00
The engaging leader
A recent Gallup survey has found that 70% of an individual’s engagement is driven directly by their manager. So how do you ensure you are doing the right things in a remote working setting to get the best from your team? Tracey Willmott focuses on some practical things remote leaders can do to create a highly engaged team in a constantly changing working environment – Register here
To hear any of our previous webinars on Managing during lockdown and Social Distancing in the workplace please look at our resource page.
And for more Information on how we can help you open up discussions with your teams around behaviour in the workplace, email, contact us or call on 01903 732 782.
The way we behave towards each other in the workplace has a direct impact on individual wellbeing, team performance and organisational results. This belief has underpinned our work at Focal Point for over 20 years and has never been more relevant. We are privileged to work with a huge variety of organisations wanting to get workplace behaviour and culture right - and to tackle the inappropriate behaviour that may get in the way of this. Supported by our fantastic team of facilitators and coaches, we are able to make a real difference to peoples’ lives as well as organisational performance. Having worked in both large businesses at management level and in 2 start ups at director level, I am able to combine hands on experience of growing and managing teams - and the associated challenges in creating the right culture - with over 20 years in learning and development. I hold the Certificate in Training Practice and am a member of CIPD. When I am not supporting clients or developing the Focal Point business, you will find me in a calming yoga class...