Covid 19: how to initiate successful homeworking
Is your organisation prepared to enforce temporary homeworking to allow your business to continue, yet contain the spread of the Corona virus?
In this webinar you will learn the key components of a successful remote working culture and understand the critical actions that leaders and managers must take to support remote workers and ensure business continuity.
A focus on trust and exceptional communication should be woven into your company response so you can purposefully create a calm, reassuring environment that is motivating and engaging for employees through a period of emergency homeworking.
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Founder of the Lightbulb Tree
Liese Lord is the founder of the Lightbulb Tree, a consultancy focused on changing the way we work for the better, for all. She helps organisations and individuals visualise, create and evolve workplace cultures based on the foundations of flexible and agile working, wellbeing, engagement and diversity & inclusion.
Prior to founding Lightbulb Tree, Liese’s roles as a senior HR leader in a variety of industries in the private, public and third sector focused on cultural, behavioural and organisational change. Most recently, she was global Pitney Bowes global HR director where she led the global flexible working programme, European/Asia Pac diversity & inclusion programme and European wellbeing and engagement projects
Founder of Mumbelievable™ and creator of the Taking Care of Business consultancy
Ursula Tavender is founder of Mumbelievable™ and creator of the Taking Care of Business consultancy, helping businesses increase support, inclusion, flexibility and progression opportunities to attract and retain a richer, more diverse and talented workforce.
She designs simple solutions that increase productivity and retention, reduce costs, increase satisfaction and loyalty and strengthen the female talent pipeline.
She is also a regular speaker on the issues of supporting parents, flexible working and the gender pay gap.
Head of Research
Kate shapes an innovative research programme at The Institute of Leadership & Management designed to inform, inspire and impact the practice of great leadership wherever it happens. Her role is informed by her career as a senior academic in a university business school, focusing on strategy, leadership and professional development.
Kate is also a conference keynote speaker, internationally, and provides expert commentary on a range of topics arising from the Institute’s research agenda. She is regularly quoted in regional, national and international media, has appeared on both BBC television and radio, is a Forbes contributor and has a regular column in Dialogue Review, the business magazine for leaders.