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    How to Support the Wellbeing of Your Team Members

    Event Details
    19 Aug 2020
    12:00 - 12:45

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  • Creating balanced teams

    How to Support the Wellbeing of Your Team Members

    Event Details
    19 Aug 2020
    12:00 - 12:45

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    Not a member? Contact us.

 

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The pandemic has increased the trend of employers playing an expand role in their employees’ wellbeing.  

In this Webinar, the speaker will share methods and approaches you can use to support your co-workers. 

From attending, you will: 

  • Hear how to create an environment of respect and trust when discussing wellbeing with team members
  • Understand how you should alter your approach for the range of different moods your team are in
  • Learn new ideas on how to support other’s wellbeing through digital channels
     

Speakers

Ennis Reid

Chief Happiness Officer at Ennigmatic


Summary

Ennis is an inquisitive thought leader and innovator in his professional areas of interest that are connected with learning, development, talent & culture. Ennis has a wealth of experience, having previously been the Head of the L&D function at Quilter, Old Mutual Wealth, and International SOS. He holds a diploma in Human Resource Mangement from Queen's University Belfast.

Shereen Billings

Business Strategy & Performance Manager at CITF


Summary

Shereen attributes coaching and mentoring as a key part of her progression into the seasoned and innovative learning and development professional she is today. These support channels have encouraged her to constantly stay curious, continuously learn through experiences and consistently deliver outputs that gain leadership buy-in and sponsorship. Prior to joining CITF, Shereen supported John Lewis Head Office IT Partners technical training and career coaching needs.

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