News and commentary from the world of work
At Work Horizons our job is creating a service that helps people find work that they find rewarding and fulfilling. But we are also interested in the wider world of work and employment; here are some recent thoughts and ideas posted by the Work Horizons team.
With the impact of Coronavirus, you and your colleagues may well be facing some tricky conversations over the coming weeks and months. With this interactive, half-day workshop you will develop your skills and confidence at dealing with tricky conversations, so you are prepared for the challenges ahead.
In this 30-minute discussion Rob Ball and Harry Dunlevy join the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce to share best practice advice for employers on rebooting, renewal and workforce change following Coronavirus.
After weeks of lockdown business leaders need to prepare for people moving back into work. Organisational renewal and people management experts at Work Horizons have created checklists to highlight where you need to pay most attention.
Beyond Covid-19, uncertainty is a fact of life and a fact of creating change in organisations. And there are some lessons that organisations can take from the current situation.
Dick Elsy, leader of a new consortium producing ventilators for hospitals, reflected in a BBC interview on the lessons learned as engineers came together, working innovatively to eliminate ‘noise and waste’. We all need to learn from what his teams have been doing.
Ten insightful tips for leading and managing effectively when your team members are forced to work at home.
No matter how tough the job market may seem, there are always people with vacancies to fill. We have compiled a list of job sites which we are aware of. This isn't meant to be definitive, but gives you a good start point.
Will we have to work into genuine old age?