iThink HR Seminar – Flexible and Remote Working: The Impact upon your Organisation

As more businesses embrace or consider implementing flexible and remote working to address recruitment and retention challenges, the pressure upon leaders to create effective support and management frameworks is increasing.

In many cases new ways of motivating and supporting employees is required, but how do businesses ensure that they can drive strong performance, maintain a collaborative working culture and deliver the right level of duty of care to employees?

In this iThink HR Seminar, Cogito and our expert Talent speakers will share experiences and case studies which will empower HR professionals to provide insight and ideas to their organisations, so that they can consider the benefits of a different approach, as well as the challenges that they may face.

 

Is it all about trust?

What changes will your business need to make?

How do you know when your business is ready?

What are the risks?

What impact can it have?

SPEAKERS:

Rob Cross – Founder Muru Leadership

 Although born in the UK Rob grew up in a small country town in Victoria, Australia. From an early age he developed a deep passion for understanding people and for leadership. This passion transformed into his career, and ultimately, into his purpose. Through his career Rob has worked in a variety blue-chip companies across the world. In each role he focused on developing leaders so they can improve performance by empowering people to deliver their best contribution.

As a leader and a human, Rob has also focused on ‘practicing what he preaches’, even in times when life and work have been at their most challenging. Rob is now the founder of Muru Leadership, which brings to life the next generation of leadership and personal development.

With extensive experience in designing and delivering 

different ways of working, including hot desking and virtual working, applying the Muru lens of ‘leading the true human experience Rob will share the lessons he’s learned across different companies. Using these lessons and the Muru approach, Rob will share practical tips on how to equip leaders to bring out the best contribution from their people, no matter how and where they work.

Jane Ginnever – Founder of Bath based Shift Consultancy

As a former teacher’s pet, Queen’s Guide, military officer and general control freak, Jane’s not your typical corporate rebel. Having started her career in customer service roles, Jane joined the RAF as a commissioned officer to develop her leadership skills in 1990, and was subsequently in leadership positions within a broad range of organisations for 25 years.

Despite having her roots in corporates and the military, Jane challenges the traditional hierarchical, command and control model of work. She uses her expertise in leadership, management and HR to help leaders of organisations introduce more autonomy for employees. Working with whole teams to co-create new ways of working, she transform teams and cultures.

An authoritative voice on the future of work and a regular speaker on matters relating to people and organisations, Jane is a qualified member of CIPD and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and collaborates widely on positive change projects in the UK.

Richard Roberts – People Direct

or, Pure Planet

 An employee engagement specialist who’s ‘walked the walk’ with some of the UK’s best known brands, Richard is passionate about helping organisations create engaged, inspired and productive teams with a positive, can do, values based culture. 

 Richard has worked as a Generalist HR professional for over twenty years, working for ten years at Virgin. On leaving Virgin Mobile at the end of May 2009 he set up “enRich” and became a Consultant helping organisations on Employee Engagement and Employer Branding.  

He is currently working on a part time basis as People Director for the renewable energy provider Pure Planet.  

Over the last few years, he has “presented” at over 20 conferences and delivered a number of Employee Engagement and Employer Branding seminars and workshops in the UK, Europe, Qatar, Mauritius and South Africa. He runs the Bristol Media People Forum, bringing interesting speakers to Bristol’s HR and leadership community.

 

If you require any further information please call Hugo Reoch on: 0117 456 3390 or email hugoreoch@cogitotalent.com

This event is for HR Professionals only, any third party or non-HR registrations may be cancelled.