It could be argued that 2020 has seen the greatest changes in our working environments since the ‘office’ first came into being.
These changes have caused new challenges to maintaining productivity, communication, and well-being within teams and organisations. A new way of working is evolving, both through necessity and design, and affects every individual employee at every level.
The most effective mechanisms and approaches to maintain vital elements of a workforce’s culture and well-being are still being defined, even as the many aspects of the dynamic of a workplace continues to evolve. It is hard to know what the best changes are to make.
In an effort to provide some powerful ideas to help keep your workforce happy, healthy, and productive, we rounded up some of the leaders in HR, Leadership, Coaching, and Recruitment to discuss the findings of a recent employee engagement project delivered by Pansensic. Join Chris O’Connell (BASE Mindset & Chester James), Jo Gregory (Jo Gregory Training), Mel Venner (Instinct Performance), Liz Mulhall-Brewer (Elizabeth Scott), and Paul Howarth from Pansensic to explore how we can support each other in our daily lives.