Working at Home
When: 4pm UK | 12pm US EST| Thursday 9th April
Where: Online (Link will be sent out 1 hour prior to start of event)
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- Setting expectations with family members and colleagues
- Discipline and routines
- Staying connected and protecting relationships
- Maintaining trust with colleagues
- Overwork, under-work
- Work, life and balance
- Staying fit, nutrition and hydration
When people start spending more of their time working from the home base, this can certainly cause tension and issues within the team and between manager and team members. And from a personal point of view, there are many ways in which working remotely can be challenging – in terms of productivity and focus.
To be effective, people working remotely need to focus on a number of aspects relating to their personal performance and to the relationships they have with colleagues.
Fortunately, through scientifically based research, we know what it takes to safeguard personal performance and team relationships when people aren’t together all the time. If you (or people in your organisation) are working virtually as a consequence of the current health emergency (or for other reasons) then this session is for you. Full of great insights and practical tips you can put into action immediately.
Founder & Managing Director, AWA
Andrew is recognised as one of the UK’s leading thinkers on the evolution of work and the workplace. Since founding AWA over 25 years ago, he has worked at strategic level with organisations including Merrill Lynch, RBS, Network Rail, Santander, Unicef UK, Welcome Break, Willis Towers Watson, The Home Office and The Cabinet Office to support them in improving the performance of their workplace portfolios.
Andrew has been closely involved in the AWI and its predecessor the Workplace PIN since their inception.
Director of Research and Development, AWA
Karen Plum is a senior workplace consultant responsible for our Research and Development activities.
In her consulting work Karen specialises in working as a senior coach with leaders, supporting them in creating the conditions to bring about strategic change in the way their people work. Karen is an expert in agile working, having helped countless organisations transition into new ways of working. She has worked with numerous organisations, helping to coordinate and construct more effective workplace strategies. Clients she has worked with include the Royal Bank of Scotland, Microsoft, Nationwide Building Society, Morgan Stanley, Lloyds Banking Group, Prostate Cancer UK and London & Partners.