Webinar series: Leading healthy and productive post-pandemic workplaces

The post-Covid-19 world of work faces many challenges in creating a healthy, productive and engaged workforce as many are exhausted from the ongoing pandemic.

The pandemic created the opportunity for us to rethink work and the workplace in order for us to maximise employee experience and thriving organisations. However, often we are jumping to conclusions without really understanding the challenge.

Join Dr Caroline Rook and guests to reflect and in conversation, uncovering questions and assumptions that allow us to meaningfully engage in better practice for healthy and productive post-pandemic workplaces. Over three webinars we will focus on creating leader resilience, team resilience and organisation resilience.

Webinar 1: Leader Resilience

Date: 15 February 2022
Time: 14:00-15:00 UTC +2
Price: £10

We have been upskilling leaders at all levels in the organisation to support employees to stay healthy and productive. But what about the leaders themselves? This webinar explores key challenges and strategies in creating leader resilience.

Dr Chris Dalton - Henley Business School Suomessa

With Christ Dalton, Associate Professor of Management Learning, Henley Business School.

Chris’ research is focused on the use of reflection in personal development in post-experience management education.

Webinar 2: Team Resilience

Date: 3 March 2022
Time: 14:00-15:00 UTC +2
Price: £10

We have invested a lot into creating effective virtual teams. But how can we support teams in growing stronger together in challenging times? This webinar explores key processes in developing team resilience.

Dr Ana Graça - - Henley Business School Finland

With Dr Ana Graça Lecturer in Leadership, Henley Business School.

Ana’s research is focused on team leadership and team dynamics.

Webinar 3: Organisation Resilience

Date: 11 April 2022
Time: 14:00-15:00 UTC +2
Price: £10

Many stress and well-being interventions exist to support employees and leaders to cope in challenging times. This webinar explores a holistic approach to make sure these interventions make a sustainable impact

Thomas Hellwig

With Dr Thomas  Hellwig Adjunct Professor or Organisational Behaviour, INSEAD.

Thomas’ research is focused on  executive teams, leading change, organisational culture and executive health & stress.

Caroline Rook

Dr. Caroline Rooke

Dr Caroline Rook is a Lecturer in Leadership at Henley Business School. Caroline’s research relates to creating healthy and productive workplaces through exploring the links between leadership and well-being in organisations.

She investigates in particular how to manage executive stress, how to maintain authentic functioning at work and the role of coaching for creating resilience for positive leadership.

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