Over the last 18 months, we have been hosting a wide range of private discussions with HR leaders across the world covering specific challenges, sharing best-practice, and providing solutions together as a peer group. Hundreds of leaders have joined us for these intimate and solution-focused conversations and many new connections have been made across different industries as our community continues to evolve and grow.
Our European round table series continues in the Autumn and is open to HR, Wellbeing, Benefit and Reward leaders only who are interested in connecting with their peers, sharing challenges in a private and safe environment and leave with tried and tested ideas and solutions.
Our calendar of round tables can be found below and if you are interested in attending any of these one hour discussions, please email email@example.com with your details and we can book you in. Places are extremely limited as we want everyone to be able to have their opinions heard and we have a maximum 12 attendees to each discussion.
Mental Health in Call Centre environments:
Friday 3 September at 12pm for one hour (Virtual)
Our focused series of discussions on how to support employees’ mental health, specifically in a call centre environment, continues with expert opinion and best-practice sharing from employers who have created solutions that are delivering results.
Long COVID: Demystifying the impact and what Employers need to act on now:
Wednesday 8 September at 12pm (Virtual)
- What support Employers are required to provide at this time?
- Will Long COVID be classed as a disability?
- What, if any, changes now need to be made to Policies/Procedures?
- How data can provide a unique insight into life after COVID 19, because knowing your employees are psychologically fit, allows them to perform at their best. Act now and reap the benefits.
Do you know how to stop your high performers leaving?:
Wednesday 22 September at 12pm (Virtual)
Recent research, news and commentary suggest a radical realignment in the job market which spells bad news for retention and people risk in general. Nearly 1 in 3 professionals said they had a shift in perspective due to the pandemic and prefer to work for an organisation that better aligns with their personal values. To future proof themselves, businesses must be proactive and adopt a systems thinking, data led approach to the health of their people. What is your organisation doing to understand the mood of its people?
What does it mean to create a human experience and why is it essential?
- Explore the latest thinking and research into creating a more human experience at work
- Identify practical ways to make this an evident part of your people strategy
Wednesday 13th October at 8:30am (In-person Breakfast Round Table in central London)
Wednesday 24 November at 12:30pm (In-person Lunch & Learn in central London)
If you are interested in attending any of these one hour discussions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details and we can book you in.