Hybrid working is here to stay. In June 2023, The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development reported that 83% of organisations have a hybrid-working model in place, up from 77% in 2022 (CIPD, May 2023). However, the impact of hybrid working on workplace culture continues, with organisations expressing concern about the negative impact of hybrid working on things such as organisational culture, communication and team collaboration.
Much has been debated on what organisations can do to minimise any negative impact. In this session, however, we will discuss what we can do as individuals to make hybrid working effective. We will explore how we contribute as individuals to effective team working and how the strengths of the relationships we hold with our colleagues can impact our careers, team work and performance in our jobs.
The session will be led by Jo Spreckley, Training and Development Manager at Marks & Clerk LLP. Jo has over 15 years’ experience of working in learning and development in Financial Services and Law and holds a Masters in Occupational Psychology.Book now
Marks & Clerk LLP, 40 Torphichen Street, Edinburgh, EH3 8JB.
Please note that the session will revert to virtual if there is a low sign-up.
- Registration from 4.30 pm
- Jo’s presentation and discussions from 4.45 pm to 5.30 pm
- Networking until 6.15 pm – please join us for refreshments and a chance to chat with fellow IP professionals about the issues raised in the discussions
Who's it for?
This event is open to all UK-based IP professionals, regardless of role or career level. It doesn’t matter if you’re not normally based in Scotland: so long as you can join us in Edinburgh that evening, you’ll be most welcome.
And do please invite a guest to join you – someone in a different role or at a different career level, perhaps; an ally or potential ally; or a colleague who’s not yet involved with IP Inclusive? We’d love to meet them!
This event is free. So are all IP Inclsuive resources. If you enjoyed the event please consider contributing. For more information, visit the IP Inclusive fundraising page.