As more organisations prepare their teams for a return to the workplace, employees and leaders alike are questioning how ready and comfortable they really are.
While many businesses have built up a huge amount of goodwill during the COVID-19 crisis, and teams across all sectors have proven their agility and adaptability to new ways and places of working, the way forward for many is still unclear.
Our recent study in partnership with YouGov shows that over half of UK workers are uncomfortable about a return to the workplace.
So what do business leaders need to do in response to this? And what should our new organisational future really look like?
In this webinar, we’ll share our YouGov research findings and use client examples to discuss:
- How we redefine engagement for the long-term, to combine a now-essential focus on wellbeing with the other factors we know drive wider business performance
- What you need to know about your employees, including their personal situations and concerns
- How we should lead, manage and engage employees for long-term future success in a new world of work
- And, crucially, how we develop agile measurement programmes that inform an iterative approach to strategic decision-making.
Join ENGAGE CEO Andy Brown and Director Sean Mills on Thursday, 9th July at 12 noon, in discussing and evaluating to discuss and evaluate the strategies, values and behaviours that are needed for the new for the “new normal” world of agile work.
This webinar will provide invaluable, data-driven insights into how to create successful, long-term engagement and leadership strategies as we emerge from the COVID-19 crisis.
It will deliver business-critical insight for those responsible for engagement, employee, workforce planning and future of work strategies including HR Directors, Chief Operating Officers, HR Managers and Wellbeing specialists.
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