Webinar - Remote working 101: How do you support your staff?

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Due to popular demand we're repeating May's successful webinar - helping you and your organisation get remote ready.

Remote working is on the rise in the UK with 50% of employees expected to be working remotely by 2020*. The Office of National Statistics (ONS) has confirmed the number of UK workers who are working remotely has increased by nearly a quarter of a million over a decade.

Remote workers are typically more productive, motivated and engaged with a flexible outlook on their working week. Organisations benefit from heightened morale and retention rates, and lower overheads.

But remote working can leave workers feeling disconnected and sensing they are missing out, leading to motivation and self-esteem challenges. And managers can struggle balancing remote workers with office-based staff, keeping stress levels low and ensuring equal opportunity across their team.

Smart organisations are tackling these challenges head-on by upskilling their staff top-down.

In this interactive webinar we share best-practice processes to sharpen your organisation’s approach to remote working covering team leadership, staff development, employee engagement and inclusivity.

By the end of the webinar, attendees will:

  • learn the best ways to lead a team remotely
  • recognise what remote workers can learn from office-based staff and vice versa
  • learn how to unite remote workers and office-based staff to build an engaged team.

Register your details to receive joining instructions emailed direct to your Inbox ahead of the webinar.

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