LBW21: Engagement, communication, wellbeing
Wednesday 8 December: Engagement, communication, wellbeing
9-10am, via Zoom
A week-long programme of networking, debates, inspirational talks and celebrations will take place in December as Lancashire Business Week returns for a second year.
Holding on to the best people has always been a challenge.
But with so much disruption to working life over the past 20 months, it’s a challenge that has been exacerbated.
We’ll look at the strategies that are working and hear from those implementing them.
One key area of improvement which relates to retention and which has been accelerated by the pandemic is an increased emphasis by many businesses to engage better with staff.
Videos, seminars, newsletters, meet the boss, online meetings – these and other means of staying in touch and keeping teams engaged has been a focus, and some of those practices are likely to continue.
We’ll discuss these and other strategies to retain and engage your teams.
Businesses of all sizes and sectors are invited to attend and debate the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for the county, to meet with new businesses around the county and to be inspired by stories of innovation and success.
A range of guest speakers will share their stories and insights, with names to be revealed in the coming weeks. Confirmed speakers include:
- Rob Hallam, managing director, Bigtank
- Yaseer Ahmed, ROCCIA
- Lisa Sourbutts, Cube HR
- Adrian Leather, chief executive, Active Lancashire and Business Health Matters
Headline sponsor of Lancashire Business Week is CG Professional.
Lancashire Business Week is also backed by patrons, Beever and Struthers, Bigtank, Burnley.co.uk, Burnley College, Cotton Court, IN4 Group, Lancashire Skills Hub, Nugent Sante and Zigaflow.
Venue patron is AMRC, and Lexus Preston is a supporter.
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