Across workplaces around the globe, a new normal is rapidly emerging. Employees are becoming increasingly isolated from their peers and leaders. And mental health is being challenged like never before as people confront challenges with employment continuity and the impact on their families.
The historic and unprecedented nature of the COVID-19 pandemic is bringing the intensity and pace of work to new levels. Trying times aren’t defined by the nature of the adversity but rather by how we respond.
Organisations who will be best positioned to not just adapt but thrive, will be the ones where their employees continue to feel connected to their leaders, values, and ultimately their organisation’s purpose. We are awash with technology that can connect us to conduct work – Teams, Zoom, Slack etc – but what connects your team members and leaders to feel recognised? That promotes inclusion and celebrates how diverse we now need to operate whilst we go through uncertain times.
In this session you will hear from Holly Brailsford from Super Retail Group, Colin Pritchard from Ericsson and Simone Douglas from Telstra who will be sharing how they are continuing to ensure their leaders drive their culture whilst transitioning to new working models. Practical examples and best practice, meaningful for any organisation, to help promote culture continuity in these challenging times.