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Managing Your Remote Workers Wellbeing (MW02)


London School of Public Relations Limited

Summary

Price
£134.25 inc VAT
Or £44.75/mo. for 3 months... Read more
Study method
Online with live classes
Duration
2 hours, Full-time
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Dates

Start date
End date
18/02/2021
19/02/2021
18/03/2021
19/03/2021

Overview

The current Covid-19 crisis has forced the majority of organisations to enable their employees to work from home. Working from home comes with both advantages and drawbacks, with each individual likely to respond differently. Our two-hour practical course will focus on how to support remote workers, focussing on the best practice to ensure their wellbeing.

Description

The Managing your Remote Workers Wellbeing course will be delivered online by an expert. The highly practical, discussion based live session will be delivered in a tailored way, with our trainer getting to know your challenges. The course will provide managers and employees with policies and techniques to put into place to help harness employees' engagement, team collaboration, wellbeing, mental health and productivity.

The course will also explore how remote working practices may become more of the norm, post-Corona crisis and how this may impact organisational cultures.

TOPICS:

  • Effective methods for successful working practices
  • Tools and strategies for the effective collaborative team working
  • Tips for managing workloads from remote working
  • Methods for increasing productivity and accountability
  • Managing outputs and efficiency of work
  • How to support your teams' mental health and wellbeing
  • Exploring the benefits of remote working
  • Discussions on how remote working can impact your organisational culture

TRAINER PROFILE

Former resident life and wellbeing coach and contributing writer for NHS online Elaine Gleeson has featured and contributed to a variety of publications including Reveal Magazine, Public Sector, Health Sector and sales-initiative and been interviewed Hayes FM, Dream Corner & Kline Online in the US.

Elaine participated in a major EU Educational project to encourage young entrepreneurs, training teachers from 20 EU member countries on right brain business planning techniques.

Elaine is a qualified personal and business coach and NLP practitioner. She is also a certified facilitator of TetraMap, a revolutionary personality assessment tool used by companies such as Elizabeth Arden and O2 Telefonica to improve performance by helping individuals better understand themselves and how to work more effectively with others.

AWARD

LSPR Professional Development Certificate: Managing your Remote Workers Wellbeing

BESPOKE AVAILABILITY

To meet your team’s specific needs, this course is also offered as a bespoke exclusive programme. It is also offered on a one-to-one tailored basis. Please contact LSPR for a proposal.

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