Sep 30 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Businesses of all shapes and sizes have worked hard to deliver ‘Covid-secure’ workplaces since the UK went into lockdown back in March. The health, safety and wellbeing of an organisation’s employees has never been so important. Whilst many people continue to work remotely, more people are beginning to travel for work purposes. But the modes that people are choosing is changing. And the way that we choose to travel – or not – will have a major impact on both ourselves and the wider environment.
As we try to better understand the ever changing world since the arrival of Covid-19, we are teaming up with a specialist organisation – Gritstone – who use transition psychology to illuminate some of the critical features of the post Covid-19 business environment. They possess expertise in organisational change and provide training in the areas of workplace conflict, team cohesion, and cultures of wellbeing. Their interactive workshop series equips delegates with the tools to better anticipate and manage the significant challenges that follow on from such events as Covid-19…
Paul has worked in several countries for a wide variety of private and third sector organisations. He is a licensed NLP Master Practitioner, a certified DiSC trainer, and a licensed Master Trainer for accredited resilience programmes. He is also retained by several companies across Derbyshire, where he implements workplace wellbeing cultures and consults on organisational change
Dr. Erica Bowen
Dr. Erica is a Chartered Psychologist and Registered Coaching Psychologist with twenty years of experience of developing, delivering, and evaluating training and behaviour-change interventions. Of most relevance, Dr Bowen has developed strengths-based change models such as the ‘Good Lives’ framework, which organisations use to undertake critical reflection regarding the extent to which their business is conducive to wellbeing.
Dr. Christian Perrin
Dr. Christian has an extensive and varied background in psychology, spanning forensic, clinical, and organisational fields. He has worked in several capacities for the Samaritans in the UK, helping to ensure wellbeing of its staff and volunteers. He has also worked in especially challenging environments such as prisons, with the aim of cultivating constructive conflict, utilising emotional intelligence, and creating a culture of empowerment. He holds a PhD in psychology and several vocational qualifications which relate to therapy, teaching, research, and coaching.
To reserve your place, simply email the team: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The webinar will be hosted via Zoom and full joining instructions will be circulated ahead of the event.