Maintaining Engagement in Lockdown: Perfect Circle to host webisode
The coronavirus pandemic has become an accelerator for one of the greatest workplace transformations in our lifetime – with millions of people across Britain now working exclusively from their homes while juggling home schooling and multiple Zoom calls.
This conversion to remote working has had a major impact on the construction industry and the way employees engage both internally and externally.
As part of the new and virtual CC Live series, Perfect Circle will be sharing insights on how this new normal way of working has had to evolve to keep employees engaged and ensure productivity is maintained, while also reassuring clients and stakeholders.
CC Live, hosted by Cartwright Communications, is a series of webcasts or ‘webisodes’ designed to help everyone stay connected. They are short, snappy and informative broadcasts, professionally produced and presented by former TV presenters.
Each episode features conversations with industry leaders from a variety of sectors – followed by a live Q&A session – as everyone works through the coronavirus pandemic and beyond.
Episode one: Maintaining Engagement in Lockdown
Register today to join us for our first episode, which takes place on Friday, 15 May at 2pm.
How can organisations keep internal staff and external stakeholders engaged during a period of remote working, and ensure staff performance and productivity is maintained?
Elizabeth is an executive coach, neurolinguistic programming practitioner and director of HR and training. She will be discussing how she is managing employee engagement during this period of lockdown and how to accurately measure levels of staff engagement.
Jon has more than 25 years’ experience under his belt and takes a proactive approach to client relationships. He will be talking about how the industry can maintain service levels during this period of remote working.
Darren has extensive experience in project management, asset/facilities management and property advice to both the public and private sectors. As principal negotiator in complex public private partnership (PPP) arrangements, he will be telling us about how he is motivating his staff and ensuring communication is maintained with clients during this time.
Richard, who brings more than 27 years’ experience in the UK infrastructure and buildings professional services sector to his role, will be speaking about the leadership skills that these unprecedented times require.
Krish is a procurement professional who joined Scape after 10 years of working on central government infrastructure projects. He is currently involved in the management of Scape’s National Built Environment Consultancy Services framework. Krish will be discussing the importance of suppliers managing their people in order to fulfil client expectations.
Register and join us for our first CC Live episode – we look forward to seeing you there.