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09 Jul 2020
The Long Road Ahead: Maintaining Employee Engagement as Lockdown Lifts



View the Livestream of this Webinar by clicking here (must be logged into your membership account to view)

As lockdown restrictions ease, there will be a number of new challenges for teams within your department that could affect their engagement. New working arrangements, childcare challenges, and colleague redundancies to name a few.

Developing an effective employee engagement strategy will support your team through this time of difficulty and allow them to perform at their best.

Join this Webinar to gain ideas from our expert panel on what to include and what to avoid.  
For those who would like to stay around after the panel, we will run a networking session.

From attending, you will:

  • Gain a clearer understanding of the wider implications for your team of the lockdown lift
  • Gather new additions to your engagement plan
Attendance is open to all technology leaders in the CITF membership. To book, email will@citf.tech.

 

Speakers

Laura Pettitt

Talent & Engagement Director at News UK


Summary

Laura is an experienced Talent & Engagement Director responsible for comms, employee engagement, employer value proposition, talent identification, development and recruitment. She has proven experience designing & delivering cultural change programmes that have had a positive impact on attrition, diversity, and engagement.

Mel Andrews

Deputy Director - Business Change at DEFRA


Summary

Mel is leading a programme of cultural and behaviour change across the DEFRA group. Her focus is on breaking down work culture barriers that seperate teams, in order to boost cohesion, productivity, and engagement.

Heather Campbell

Executive Coach and Managing Director at CommsMasters


Summary

Heather specialises in helping leaders to build the self-awareness that enables authentic leadership and emotionally intelligent communication. She pulls her expertise from a background in leading change in blue-chip organisations and academic research into the psychology of leadership communication.

 

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