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Why Workplace well-being initiatives might fail and what can you do about it?

From yoga classes and free fruit initiatives to gym membership and in-house counsellors, British employers are continually implementing these methods to ensure staff are ‘happy and here’. Creating changes that work is a constant challenge – what we choose? How to do it? How to sustain it? How not to lose people along the way?

Getting ready for the Future of Work: what to expect and how to prepare?

Work is changing. Digital communications have made remote work a commonplace. The rapid growth of the gig economy creates additional challenges and opportunities for innovation. Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics could upend the conventional workplace. It used to be, “I got my skills in my 20s; I can hang on until 60.” It’s not going to be like that anymore. And there are going to be a great many people who are out of work. What are you going to do about that?

Handling younger workforce: why can’t they just be happy to have a job?

‘These millennials are hard to work with! They mostly do the bare minimum to get by. They don’t want to follow the rules. They always think that everything they do is the better way’ – our collective feedback from leaders of various industries across the UK.

Early warning signs of mental health problems: how to spot and respond to them in your team?

There are many reasons why employees may start to show signs of poor productivity and a lack of interest in their job. This could range from low levels of communication across the workforce to negative employer- employee relationships. Alternatively, it could mean that an employee is suffering from mental health issues.

Writing emails that people want to read and reply to

Do your emails get any attention? Do people even read them? Why don’t people respond to IMPORTANT emails no matter how hard you experiment with the titles and content? Email is the most common form of communication in the workplace. In fact, research shows that the average person sends and receives 125 emails every day! Email might feel like an easy thing to do, but we all spend unbelievably more time every day on dealing with them than we even realize. Is this all wasted?

All masterclasses are about 1.5 – 2 hours long and can be tailored to address your specific concerns finding the best way to tailor the content to your current business needs.
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