Webinar and Q&A on staff wellbeing and resilience during times of disruption

Welcome to this webinar and Q&A on staff wellbeing and resilience during times of disruption, featuring Dr Aarti Anhal, Founder of coaching and consultancy firm before nine.

We are living through a time of intense pressure and challenge for our people and our businesses. Yet, change also brings opportunity. How can we best support the wellbeing of our now remote workforce? And how can we equip staff with the skills and tools to stand strong, adapt and transform whilst meeting today’s and tomorrow’s business challenges? Aarti will be sharing advice and top tips on how to look after your people and set them up for success so that they can manage the threats and exploit the opportunities your business faces over the months ahead.

Dr Aarti Anhal has 20 years of experience in organisational resilience, with a specialist focus on human performance. Her firm helps people and organisations thrive during good times and challenging periods of change, crisis and failure.

Agenda (timings in GMT)

11.00 Welcome
11:05 Presentation
11.35 Q&A
12.00 End of webinar

About the webinar

Organised together with member businesses sharing their expertise with the SCC community, this brand new series of webinars highlight different aspects of operating and leading a business. The themes span from tax, accounting and law, to marketing, HR and cyber security, covering all aspects of running a business.

Booking information

Please register for the webinar by using the booking form. The webinar is free of charge and open for all SCC and YP members. Upon registration, you will be sent information on how to connect to the webinar.

Webinar and Q&A on staff wellbeing and resilience during times of disruption

2 April, 11:00am - 12:00pm

Zoom webinar, London

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