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Covid as a Catalyst for Change: Wellbeing in the New Hybrid World of Work
Join us on Wednesday 24th March from 12.30pm – 1.30pm for a free to attend interactive Make A Difference webinar in association with Minds@Work and sponsored by Obo.

The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed what we mean by being 'at work'. As employers around the world grapple with what work should look like in the aftermath of the pandemic, it seems likely that a significant number of people will continue to work at least in part from home as part of a flexible, hybrid model.

But combining home and office working can be a challenge. Employees and employers each have important roles to play to ease the transitions, find ways to be effective, and ensure mental health and wellbeing are supported in a rapidly evolving work environment.

Representing a range of different types and sizes of organisation, our speakers will share their experiences and practical insights into how employers can prepare to support wellbeing and maintain a collaborative culture of care in a hybrid world of work.

The session Chair is Amanda Lambert, who is currently the Interim CEO of UK based charity minds@work. Prior to this, as Chief People Officer at Three, Amanda spearheaded a significant wellbeing programme which became a core part of the company culture. Last year she worked on the flexible working arrangements post Covid-19

The webinar will cover:

• Examples of how the COVID-19 pandemic has propelled employee mental health and wellbeing to the top of the agenda
• Employer vs. employee views of homeworking
• Approaches to implementing a hybrid work model effectively whilst maintaining a collaborative culture, that supports mental health and wellbeing

Who should attend:

Recommended for:

● Wellbeing Leaders
● HR Leaders
● Culture & Business Transformation Leaders
● Facilities Leaders

In other words, anyone, from any type or size of organisation, who is responsible for the wellbeing of colleagues in a hybrid world of work.

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Mar 24, 2021 12:30 PM in London

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Speakers

Maktuno Suit
Global Transformation Director @Iris Worldwide
Maktuno is a business transformation expert and previous management consultant with a decade of experience in the public and private sector driving change and innovation. He has extensive experience running large scale, complex change portfolios and currently works as a Global Transformation Director for marketing and advertising agency Iris Worldwide. He is an experienced executive coach and psychoanalytic psychotherapist and brings this unique expertise to understanding and shaping organisational culture and building the workplace of the future.
Jane Garvey
Chief People Officer @Nuffield Health
Jane Garvey, joined Nuffield Health in March 2020 as Chief People Officer at a critical time, given the Coronavirus (Covid-19) situation. Her experience was valuable in advising how Nuffield Health support their people during this challenging time. Jane plays a pivotal role in the Executive team with responsibility for developing the People & Organisational Development Strategy to help achieve our objectives and continue to embed our purpose, values and culture throughout the Charity. Jane brings over 30 years’ experience in leadership development, employee experience, executive coaching, brand engagement and has achieved exceptional results at all levels – from the Board to the front line. She began her working life in a healthcare recruitment company (HCR Ltd) searching for nurses in Ireland for the NHS. Since then, she has worked in a range of industries, helping global organisations British Airways, BT, BUPA and Mercedes-Benz transform their leadership and improve performance.
Yorgo Lykouria FRSA
Founder & Creative Director @Rainlight
Yorgo Lykouria established an award-winning practice spanning architecture, Filmmaking, interiors and product design. By interlacing diverse fields of creative thinking, Lykouria employs a multidisciplinary toolkit that manifests a unique perspective in every application. Founding Rainlight in 2018, the studio earned an international reputation for strategic innovation, putting its work at the forefront of design. Launching his independent London practice in 2002, with design works represented by manufacturers such as Tecno, Scavolini, Allsteel, Dornbracht, Ferrari, Montblanc, Okamura, Vitra and Zumtobel, he continues with the quest to break new ground and make the world a better place for humans and habitat. “Lykouria, reintroduces moments of conscious reflection, pleasure and awe into everyday life, turning the prosaic into poetry.” Simon Cowell, Architectonic