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05 Aug 2020
Five Top Tips to Create a Feeling of Belonging for All in the New Workplace

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As lockdown restrictions ease, it is likely that there will be a wide array of new and different working arrangements in place to ensure the health and safety of all and which would allow everyone to manage both their personal and professional commitments.

This presents a complicated picture for ensuring everyone feels included, particularly for groups that are already under a great strain (such as single parents with young children).

Join this Webinar to gain five new ideas on how to tackle this challenge, and to drive up inclusion.

From attending, you will:

  • Improve your understanding about what the different working arrangements might look like as the lockdown eases
  • Learn different methods that can help all team members feel like they belong



Joya Snowden

L&D Specialist and Coach and DDTS Capability Planning Lead at Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs


Through managing learning and development, Joya enables individuals to align their development to organisation goals so that they are more effective and fulfilled in their work. To actively engage, she uses her facilitation and coaching skills with teams and individuals, encouraging delivery through collaboration, innovation and the development of positive mind-sets. Specialist in both, the development of professionals and in customer training (projects and business as usual), Joya works to maximise the potential of staff to benefit both them and the business. Her experience is in both sectors, commercial and public, delivering through internal teams, external partners/suppliers, and personally, to maintain and raise operational performance for the current and the longer time horizon.

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