How are you doing with managing the new way we work?
How are you currently doing with navigating the return to the ‘office’? Is your workplace trying to get back to normal or have you embraced an ongoing hybrid working approach for everyone? What does it all mean for how to manage the many different needs, expectations and desires of workers? And how does your Cambridgeshire based business attract and retain people in what is turning out to be a dry season of reasonable priced talent right now?
Dates Tuesday, Nov 23, 2021
Event Times: 09:30 to 11:00
Contact Name: Louise Rushorth
COEL and Talent Glue are delighted to launch the report from our latest research into the impact of the pandemic on the way we work. This research has focused on our Cambridgeshire community and involved more than 300 organisations and over 1000 people. They offer insight into the specifics of what is happening here and how this might differ from what is in the international business press.
The current environment is putting extra pressure on managers to balance the organisation needs and worker expectations. This research looks at how employers can help their managers to strike a balance in a practical way.
In this interactive session is ideal for managers and for those responsible for workplace environments. We will be exploring
- Our changing attitudes to work and the workplace and how this differs between demographic groups
- Practical ways to encourage people back to the physical workplace
- Implications and tips for managers on navigating the gap between worker and employer expectations
Kelly Drewery, Business Psychologist at Talent Glue and Lizzie Bradbury at COEL will present the findings of their research and offer a copy of the report to all attendees.
The session will take place at 09.30 – 11.00am on Tuesday 23rd November. Please sign up to take part. Participants will be sent a link to join via Zoom prior to the start time.