Webinar - Are we witnessing the reinvention of the workplace?
Are we witnessing the reinvention of the workplace?
Today many organisations are asking the question, given our recent experiences, what have we learnt that can help us create a better workplace?
Is it true that something fundamentally has shifted? Yes, we have become more technically competent on multiple virtual collaboration tools. Yes, we have completed the largest ever experiment in remote working, with all its benefits and pitfalls. But have we become more empathic and more human as organisations? Have we discovered more deeply what sort of work environments, irrespective of the location, bring the best out of employees?
Join us on 07 July, 18:00 as the Belfast Monthly Drinks host in conversation with Paul J Barbour, where we will jointly answer the question, Are we witnessing the reinvention of the workplace?
Attend this Webinar to:
- Learn about the psychology and human needs behind employee motivation
- Reflect on what we have learnt during COVID-19 as individuals, teams and organisations
- Contribute to an interactive discussion on what the future requires of individuals, teams and organisations
- Meet and join with Henley Alumni across the globe
This webinar is free to attend, and open to all around the globe. Registration is now closed online, but please email Alumni@henley.ac.uk if you still wish to attend.
Speaker: Paul J Barbour - Executive, Leadership and Team Coach | Author | Keynote Speaker | Lead Tutor on Team Coaching Henley Business School | Trainer.
Paul is an executive and team coach. Paul’s interest in the psychology of teams began during a successful 20-year career as a senior leader in Kerry Group PLC, one of the world’s largest food and ingredients businesses.
An award-winning student on the Henley MSc in Coaching & Behavioural Change, Paul was also awarded ‘Best Newcomer’ to Personal Construct Psychology at the 14th Biennial European Personal Construct Association Conference. Paul is a writer and speaker with strong interests in conflict resolution, human needs and team coaching. He has co-authored a book with Lucy Widdowson on team coaching.
Rachelle Gaskell (MBA 2014) is the event coordinator and she would love to hear from you if you are interested in coming along to this virtual event or future in-person or virtual events in Belfast. Feel free to connect with Rachelle on Henley Live, or via LinkedIn. We have also created a dedicated group for Northern Ireland networking on Henley Live, visit the tab at the top of Henley Live to join.