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Reimagining the Future of work 2021 and beyond

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This year, we all thought our biggest challenge would be adapting to all the changes COVID threw at us. But now a new challenge approaches: How to ‘maintain the rage’ and sustain our changed environments and outcomes long after the COVID adrenaline rush has left us.

The way we operate has changed a lot, from increased adaptability and flexibility (in both working environment and service delivery), to rapidly changing customer needs and expectations, as well as an increased focus on employee health and wellbeing.

A lot of this has been positive. But can we continue this in a ‘normal’ environment?

This webinar will provide you with five clear steps to take to build ongoing, sustainable performance. You will learn how to execute each step to overcome challenges and steer your organisation to re-imagine a future for itself, while developing resilience and a culture of performance.

You’ll walk away with new insights:

  • How to meet employee needs, and protect your most powerful asset
  • How to ‘win back’ time using existing resources
  • How to stay on top of ever-changing customer needs
  • Making good decisions in changing times.

Any questions, reach out to us at remoteworking@coxswainalliance.com
Presenter

Greg Bull

As mentor and coach of Managers and Leaders at all levels, Greg helps organisations implement operating models that support day-to-day operations.
He brings a deep understanding of the realities of how to build sustainable change, in particular the development and introduction of new ways of working. Greg brings considerable experience and offers many insights into making Virtual Working and Working from Home a success.