Posted on January 26, 2021 by Louise Howland
In the last 12 months, we’ve all adjusted so many elements of our life as we learnt to live with the effects of Covid. In March 2020, most of us closed our offices for the first time in our history, and for some, they remain closed today.
As we’ve adjusted to a new style of remote working, many of us have started to question what the future of work is like, once the Covid threat has been eradicated.
Join us on March 10th, where our panel of experts will host a virtual roundtable discussion, to look at what the last year has taught us, and how we need to plan for the future world of work.
We welcome your questions for discussion by the panel and these can be submitted in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org The panel will be thinking about what has been learnt over the last year, how people factors and recruitment expectations have been changed, and what work we’ll continue to do from home versus how we use office space moving forward. We’ll be considering the impact on team performance, business culture, training and new colleague onboarding in a more flexible world of work.
When & Where?
Wednesday 10th March, 10:30am – 11:30am.
This will be an online event, the link to the webinar will be sent closer to the event.
Ally Maughan is the founder of People Puzzles, one of the UK’s largest teams of part time HR Directors. The People Puzzles team are often referred to as growth generators. They come from big business backgrounds and apply their years of commercial experience to accelerate business growth and people strategy working from the top down. If they’ve learnt one thing from 2020, it’s that people engagement and team happiness, more than ever, deliver results. Ally will discuss how you can embed a high-performance, engaged culture which ensures you retain a team of motivated, productive, happy people in a post covid way of working.
Leeson Medhurst is Head of Workplace Strategy at Peldon Rose, thinkers and makers of transformational office designs. With over 30 years’ experience in office design and refurbishment, Peldon Rose are shaping the future of the physical workspace, following on from a data-backed report that discussed “The Office of the Future”, commissioned last year. With many businesses delaying lease decisions in 2020, and many more considering how the workspace needs may have changed now that a hybrid approach to work appears to be here to stay, Leeson will discuss how the COVID-19 legacy will accelerate changes to our workspaces, and how businesses will use space to foster culture, and to deliver value.
Dan May is Commercial Director at ramsac – an IT outsourcing specialist who provide IT management, support and consultancy to organisations from 10 to 500 users. Having spent the first part of lockdown helping organisations to rapidly switch to fully remote working, Dan’s team have been looking at how the IT needs change longer term, when staff are working more fluidly between work and home. The role of tech in the meeting room and at the deskside are different once offices are back open, and the way in which we secure systems with more mobile workers has undoubtedly changed.
This event is being co-hosted by ramsac Ltd, People Puzzles and Peldon Rose. By registering for this event you confirm that your data will be shared with these companies for the management of the event and may be used for marketing of the organisations core services, your data will not be shared with any 3rd parties.
Please note: The content of this event will be aimed at people running businesses or organisations of at least 20 staff and it’s unlikely to be so relevant to sole traders or micro-businesses. If a registration does not fit our delegate criteria we reserve the right to cancel the registration. We verify you via your use of your professional email address in your registration. Registrations made via personal, rather than professional, email addresses will not usually be accepted.