Webinar: Post-Covid Workplace Re-set

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Friday, September 4, 2020
9:30 am - 10:30 am

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Webinar: Post-Covid Workplace Re-set hosted by NLT Training Services

 

Targeted at business leaders, team leaders, managers and HR staff, the 45-minute webinar has been developed by psychologist Dr Christian Perrin in conjunction with qualified and licensed NLP Master Practitioner, licensed Resilience Trainer and an accredited DISC Practitioner, Paul Shepherd.

As lockdown is lifted and the furlough scheme comes to an end, the webinar is designed to help attendees develop a positive, adaptive post-Covid working culture.

Described as a ‘pause moment’, the interactive webinar will encourage people to share their experiences during lockdown and identify key issues that their workplace culture may now be facing .

It will inspire participants to begin planning for important transitions within the business world and equip them with the applications to make valuable adjustments.

Dr Perrin explained: “The webinar addresses an important issue that is currently being overlooked in workplaces – the psychological fall-out of Covid-19. There remains an ever-present atmosphere of anxiety and uncertainty in society which is infiltrating workplaces and threatens to stifle optimism, creativity and innovation. It is important that we talk about it, share experiences and best practice which is why we have developed this free webinar.

“We’re now living in the ‘new normal’ and workplaces must adjust to become agile and psychologically safe. There is a huge lack of support for businesses to deal with this which, we anticipate, will become more widespread over the coming months.”

The interactive webinar is designed to inspire participants to begin planning for important transitions within the business world and equip them with the applications to make valuable adjustments.

To make a booking on the free ‘Post-Covid Workplace Re-set’ webinar, visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/post-covid-workplace-re-set-tickets-118030256675

The free, interactive webinar will be delivered via Zoom, will be run at 9.30am and 1.00pm on Friday 4th, Monday 7th and Wednesday 9th September.