The UK government published its COVID-19 Response Plan for easing restrictions on 22 February 2021. As organisations start to shape what the return to normality post-pandemic will look like for them, join us to explore the challenges and opportunities that we will face, as businesses and as individuals, to stay connected with each other.
There may be differing approaches to return, ranging from an immediate or staggered return to in-office working for all staff; to a hybrid arrangement with some employees in-office and some working remotely; to, for some, a fully remote workforce.
Against this backdrop, there are a myriad of considerations, ranging from adaptations to a part- or full-time working-from-home environment, differing approaches to vaccination status and how working parents (and their children) will adapt to the “new normal”. There are concerns around the effects of a sudden “gearing up” on the economy, but also opportunities in new and emerging workstreams and around sustainability, as many focus on “building back better”.
We are hosting this exclusive virtual event on 6 May as a discussion forum for these questions and others as we consider how we can stay connected with our teams; our clients/customers and other contacts; our business communities; and our career goals, in circumstances where the path for return is uncertain.
We are delighted to announce that we will be joined by Henrietta Brealey, who has recently been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce (its youngest in its 208-year history). Henrietta will share her insights on how businesses are planning their own roadmaps for a return to normality.
Please register using the button above to secure your spot.
We will be contacting our attendees again in advance of the event to obtain feedback on key areas of interest and advance questions for our participants.