We are excited to be joining the great people at Revoco for a live webinar discussing workplace wellbeing, comms and employee engagement for remote teams this January.
Revoco, the Talent Recruiter, returns with Workplace 2.0, this time they will be joined by Katie Maycock, and our very own Guru Paul Heaton, to break down employee engagement and communications and supporting health and wellbeing in our remote teams.
Back in October, they joined forces with workplace design experts Interaction and fashion retail giant River Island to discuss the future of the workplace, and how the current pandemic has shifted the “role” of the office.
This time, we will delve deeper into the knock-on impacts faced by our remote teams, as a result of the global Pandemic.
This what Revoco had to say about the event...
We’re delighted to be joined by Katie Maycock - founder of Get Your Sh*t Together. Katie specialises in talking about the impact that stress has on the body and mind. How it can reduce productivity, mental clarity and how it’s limiting people. She works with CEO’s, Directors, Sales Professionals and Entrepreneurs to help regain control of their health as well as overcoming and preventing burnout.
Katie will be sharing guidance on guiding managers on how to better support their remote teams with their mental health and wellbeing. A challenge facing leaders across the board at the moment.
Joining Katie will be Paul Heaton. Paul specialises in Communications, Employee Engagement and Employee Recognition, and runs two successful businesses in this space:
Paul will be sharing his extensive knowledge with our audience on employee engagement, trends as a result of the pandemic and how managers can better engage their teams in 2021.
Together we’ll be tackling these questions:
– How do we communicate effectively when all your workforce is remote? – What’s changed in internal communications? – What can organisations do to keep engagement high? – What signs are we looking for in our teams are struggling with their mental wellbeing? – How can we support our remote workers with their mental health and well being? -What trends will we see this year in these two highly topical areas?
20.1.21 1pm – 2pm
With remote working clearly here for the foreseeable, this webinar will be extremely valuable to managers looking to improve how they engage and support their teams this year. Attendees will be welcomed to ask questions during the webinar where they’ll be able to see their question answered in real-time.