Burnout must now account for one of the biggest risks within organisations. It is vital there is support for everyone.
However, if you are already implementing regular virtual one to ones, have created a range of social activities on MS Teams or Zoom, engaged people in projects or volunteering beyond their usual remit, where do you go next?
With remote working creating a sense of isolation for many and the pandemic fuelling uncertainty and ongoing change, supporting your employees to come together in or with a community to find purpose and create a positive impact beyond their roles, could bring real benefit to all involved.
Among the many challenges that our Covid world has presented to managers, is the ability to balance being an empathetic leader with having a conversation about performance, when needed. We look at some tips to help….
So much has been written about how well teams have adapted and how collaboration is thriving since the pandemic, we would be forgiven for thinking that workplaces have suddenly rid themselves of any inappropriate behaviour.
But research out in the last few weeks tells a very different story….
As remote and home working looks set to become a permanent feature of the work landscape for many, organisations will need to support their leaders to manage remotely as a core part of what they do – not just as an emergency interim measure. Our free webinars will show you how…
We look at how to stop email communication being a source of pressure in lockdown and steps to ensure it is the positive aid to productivity it should be…
As we start to return to our workplaces, how will we manage the new protocols that will need to be in place? For example, maintaining social distancing, using communal areas in a safe way. And what happens if we feel someone is breaching those protocols? Should a breach ever be a disciplinary matter? Join our free webinar for guidance on all these questions and more….
As we endeavour to find a pathway back to working in offices, our facilitator Cheryl looks at the challenges this may bring and what employers can do to support their people through the transition…..
Our Coffee Break Webinar slots start on Wednesday 22nd April
With new ways of working, increased concerns over job security and competing demands from work and home life, working relationships are likely to be under pressure. Never has it been more important to support our people. Grab a coffee and come and get some practical guidance on what to do to maintain respectful inclusive teams during lockdown…