The current COVID-19 crisis has forced most organisations to adapt their business practice and enable their employees to work from home. Remote work has both advantages and disadvantages, and each individual will probably react differently. Or practical course, coached by Jovana Zelić, Communication Expert in Telenor, and Predrag Žunić, a psychologist and an HR consultant, will focused on how to support employees and motivate them to work remotely, how to facilitate team cooperation, protect mental health and productivity today. Ring the interactive lecture, we will talk about your challenges and launch a discussion about whether the post-coronavirus crisis may impact organisational culture.
Topics of discussion:
How did trust, networking and corporate culture turn challenges into opportunities, and did they?
Fast-developing technology: How to overcome challenges and quickly adapt and organise online events for internal public?
How to provide relevant content and efficient distribution that motivates employees?
How to create empathic and authentic exchange of messages? How to adjust language, tone and voice to content and thus reach and motivate employees?
What is measured in remote work and which measures are crucial in communications?
Planning and execution of various events with different objectives. How virtual internal events have to quickly respond to change
Mental health from strategic business perspective. Framework for communication about mental health for both small and large organisations
Overlapping of work and home factors and correlation with workplace culture
What is the role of HR and what of internal communications?
How can we ensure that our employees remain agile in these times? How can we eliminate resistance and engage our people?
Which simple tools for a more positive mindset of our colleagues can we use?
Since we adopted remote work when needed during the pandemic, should we go back to the old regime and full office like before, or is it better for companies to opt for a hybrid model?
From 11 do 15h
Date: March 9