Foster Workplace Resiliency and Connection In Uncertain Times

TUESDAY 12TH MAY, 2.00PM – 3.15PM BST / 3.00PM – 4.15PM CET

In times of such unprecedented change, no leaders have the lived experience or business plans to rely on. So how do organisations adapt and guide their people through potentially difficult and isolating periods? They must build resiliency and connection: Through enhanced communication strategies, being supportive of employees’ wellbeing needs, and sharing information in a transparent and open manner. Now it is more crucial than ever to listen to your people and find out what matters the most to them.

Join us in this interactive roundtable discussion, where we will explore:

• How have your leaders adapted and what are they doing to bridge communication to the front line?
• How can organisations ensure they understand the complex needs of their employees in times of uncertainty?
• How do we break down barriers between employer/employee and generate meaningful conversations?
• In 12 months’ time, what do you think the key learnings could be for your organisation, and in particular, how might these impact how you engage and recognize your people?

HRD Virtual Roundables are open to senior HR professional only and all bookings are subject to approval by the HRD team. For further information please contact William Somogyi.

Virtual Roundtable Moderator

Pedro Angulo

Head of Leadership Development

Pedro is Head of Leadership Development in AIB (Allied Irish Bank), Programme Director in the IMI (Irish Management Institute) Diploma in Strategic HRM and President of the Irish EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council). He has previously worked in senior management roles in Penna HR Consulting, Deloitte, IBM Business Consulting Services and PricewaterhouseCoopers. He has led the design and implementation of large-scale change and human resources interventions with both national and international clients, in the public and private sectors. Author of “Managing People” – A book used by the Institute of Bankers in Ireland in its Bachelor of Financial Services Degree.