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Going Hybrid: Tips & tricks for building a successful hybrid working environment

Hybrid working is the future! We know hybrids are better for the environment, but how can you make a successful hybrid working environment for all? Our Big Chats, Little Chats webinar is here to help you, sharing some simple techniques to get you started.

Tuesday 29th June 2021 | 12.15-1.00pm

Stephanie Davies & Sarah Brown

Cost: FREE

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Wondering how to be inclusive and support everyone? Focusing on the pitfalls rather than the positives? You may be concerned about the future of work and how engagement will work in a hybrid environment, but don’t panic. You’re not alone. 

Here at Laughology, we’ve been working with companies such as O2, Siemens and Warburtons on creating the right environment regardless of location. And we’d love to share our expertise and knowledge with you too. 

Our Big Chats, Little Chats toolbox is designed to allow managers and their people to have great conversations no matter where you are. 

Whether face to face or virtual, having great conversations that build relationships and help people move forward is the key to engaging teams. Whether it’s your kitchen table, a table at your local Starbucks, a desk at the office or a combination, it’s probably fair to say your work environment looks different than it did a year ago.

In this 45-minute lunchtime webinar, Stephanie Davies – Head of Happiness and CEO - and Sarah Brown - Head of People, Programmes and Playfulness - will share:

  • What Big chats, Little Chats is, why it’s different and how it supports hybrid working
  • Some simple techniques to help you feel connected, motivated and create an environment where everyone can flourish.
  • How to have check-in chats, regularly and create a culture of feedforward.
  • How to develop a team culture virtually and a hybrid model that works for everyone

It’s time to get used to the phrases, ‘hybrid working’, part-fixed’ and ‘part-virtual’. They certainly beat, ‘You’re on mute!’

So why not step into the second half of the year with confidence and book your place? You’ll feel so much more prepared if you do.

Cost: FREE
Places: 500
Time: 12.15-1pm (joining will be open from 11.45 to maximise time)
Facilitators: Stephanie Davies and Sarah Brown

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