Following our latest webinar in which we discussed how those in leadership and managerial roles can support employee’s at home during the current climate, Margery, our MD, wished to share some of the key points and topics that seemed to resonate most with our audience.
There is no doubt that this is a challenging time for any employer. A constantly changing landscape, in an unprecedented time with new terms such as furlough, there are naturally many, many questions for employers.
Never in our lifetime have so many been faced with such difficult decisions and challenges, as a leader of a family, a business, an organisation. The successful outcome of your business and the wellbeing of your team is reliant on your leadership skills which are really being put to the test at this time. Read more
There are many challenges facing businesses at this time. Two of those key challenges are the sustainability and resilience of your business and secondly, how you manage and support your team in the current climate. With schools closing, people working from home juggling work and childcare how we work, communicate and do business going forwards will change.
So, we know now that schools will close. The uncertainty on that decision is over but what about the dilemmas that parents now face about the supervision, care and education of their children. How they will balance this with the demands of work? What other support may have to be put in place, if they are unable to rely upon grandparents and other family members who may be vulnerable?
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