For many, the world has become a much scarier place. This, combined with extended periods of home working, have led to well documented and widespread feelings of isolation and anxiety across workers at all levels. That's involved serious challenges around motivation and focus, collaboration with colleagues and productivity.
Managers and leaders have, for some time now, been in the unenviable position of trying to balance their responsibility to care for the mental wellbeing of their staff and protect the financial position of the business at a time of unprecedented crisis. Both vital tasks to perform for the business but far from straightforward to reconcile. Particularly when leaders may be suffering from anxiety and burnout themselves.
In this session, our speakers will provide insight into how some of our deeper needs and desires are likely to be affected in the current situation and how that can impact on our own motivation and well-being. We will also look at some of the tools and techniques that can be used to improve motivation and resilience in remote teams.
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