An information-packed free live discussion featuring an expert panel addressing the concerns that you have identified for us since the crisis unfolded. Employers are reeling at the speed and severity of the unfolding global health crisis and are struggling to manage employees’ fear and concerns as well as help them quickly establish brand-new ways of working and living.
As part of our business pandemic planning series, which has run since 2006, this short webinar will give you real answers on what to communicate and how and when and expert tips on remote working and social distancing in the workplace. Our experienced panel will share lessons learned from previous pandemics and crises and examine the specific challenges of covid-19.
The discussion will last for thirty minutes and we are accepting questions before and during the broadcast. The panel will then address a range of direct questions and concerns. There will also be some online resources available and details of follow-up events in the series.
Intro: The anatomy of a crisis: what to expect and when . Social, civil and military responses
Implementing safe social distance working practices
Occupational health: key messages and actions: What information does OH need to communicate and how often?
Business impact assessments: key questions
Looking to the long-term; setting the objective, supporting aims, and immediate goals
Communications in a crisis – who, what, when and how
Supporting a remote team: anxious, stressed and panicky employees
The psychology of a crisis: good mental health practice for employees
Using technology smartly: staying focused, connected and purposeful
Sustaining culture when the landscape changes
Business partners and supply chains: initial issues and messages
Elizabeth is director of research and a founding co-director at Business Forums International. She is responsible for all programme content and writing, and researches current areas of interest for senior HR professionals in large organisations....
Author, UK Government’s “Business Continuity Management – Preventing Chaos in a Crisis” and BS guide on Crisis Management.
Peter has extensive experience as a crisis and business resilience exercise facilitator for UK and global companies, who has been involved in many large-scale crises. He was the chair for ten years of the World Conference on Disaster Management...
Medical Director, Health Consulting – Europe, International SOS
Dr Anthony Renshaw provides medical advisory to numerous global organisations across the academic, resources, infrastructure, manufacturing, government and professional services sectors. He has expertise in emergency response and managing public...
Over the last 24 years, Mark has worked at the forefront of crisis management and communications internationally and held senior positions with leading consultancies such Control Risks, and Burson-Marsteller. Mark has worked on over 150 incidents...
As the CEO of a fully-remote workforce with 26 full-time employees and 3,000 independent contractors, Chris Dyer has a deep understanding of the benefits and challenges that come with virtual teams. Chris will examine the psychology, challenges...
Gillian is a coach, mentor and trainer who explores new ideas, strategy and people development. She will be looking at the challenges and innovative solutions to remote working, sharing tips and techniques to foster team spirit, keep morale up,...
Providing world-class training solutions for employers since 1996. Business Forums International is renowned for providing employers access to leading industry experts, practitioners, lawyers and consultants who together tackle today's biggest business challenges. Specialising in HR risk management.