Maximising the Potential of Remote and Hybrid Workers
Masterclass Workshop - Managing the newly remote and hybrid workers requires careful thought and skills that are new to many managers.
Research shows that productivity often goes up when people switch from office-based to remote working. But worryingly, levels of engagement go down particularly among the younger workforce.
This two-hour session provides participants with a summary of the latest research and thinking on how to maximise output when delivered remotely either individually or through teams.
The masterclass is delivered by trainers who are also business leaders and experts in people development.
When and Where?
10:00 - 12:00 on Wednesday 28th October 2020 via the online event platform Hopin.
Standard Rate: £130 + VAT
10:00 – 12:00
Setting up for Success – clarifying issues of trust, expectations and understanding.
Delivering High Performance – the practicalities of measuring input. We’re told this is what we need to do now, but how do we do it and do it well?
Maintaining a Sense of Team – 5 important tips.
The Communication Rules and Needs – what we must do and never do.
11:00 Break & Networking
Protecting the Rights of Remote and Hybrid Workers – what inclusive management demands
Motivation – understanding the additional motivating factors relevant to remote and hybrid workers
This is a brand new event.
Emer Hinphey Partner
Think People Consulting
Emer Hinphey is an experienced HR and talent development professional. In her role as Partner in Think People Consulting, Emer has worked with a range of local and global companies across industry sectors, developing strategy, managing complex HR projects and delivering successful leadership development.
Prior to setting up Think People Consulting, Emer worked as HR Manager for AIB International Financial Services and as Head of HR for a Telecommunications company.
Barry Phillips Chairman
Barry Phillips (CEO) BEM founded Legal Island in 1998. Since then, the company has become the leading workplace compliance training company in the island of Ireland. He was awarded a British Empire Medal in the New Year’s Honours List 2020 for services to employment and equality.