The positive impacts of intentional community building
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There have been huge transformations in how, where and when people work due to shifts brought on by technology, new working patterns, customer demand and the need to recruit in wider geographical areas. While these changes have been underway for some time, corporate cultures have not always adapted as quickly.
In this webinar, panellists will discuss the challenges around culture, from the pros and cons of sub communities and fragmentation of working relationships; avoiding proximity bias and having only some people ‘in the know’; through to integrating new starters into a culture where remote and hybrid working is common.
The panel will look at their experiences of how to use intentional cultural building and drilling down into employee experience to create communities that live the organisation’s values, vision and purpose.
Key issues to be explored
• Ways in which workplace cultures are shifting: the drivers and the risks of not proactively adapting as businesses evolve
• Why new ways of working, changing job design and demand for new skills create risks to employee engagement, experience and culture
• How to build communities and use recognition strategies to increase employee engagement
• Drilling down into employee experiences to increase inclusivity, embed new starters more fully and avoid fragmentation and proximity bias
• Practical ideas to evolve recognition programmes to action intentional culture-building that align to values, vision and purpose
REBA webinars are complimentary for everyone working within rewards and benefits, HR, and wellbeing.
Thanks to strategic partner O.C.Tanner for supporting this REBA webinar.
Head of HR Transformation & Engagement UK&I,
Sally helps organisations identify and implement changes to create a more resilient and engaged workforce.
She has extensive experience in Financial Services and has created and led change in complex corporate, regulatory and consumer environments. She is an avid supporter of using varied techniques and approaches to drive change, including Agile environments, Design Thinking, and a range of innovation techniques.
As a Sponsor and Accountable Executive, Sally has led and implemented significant change to functions including Brand, Marketing, HR, Risk and Corporate Communications. As Chief of Staff she has partnered at Board level to implement transformation strategies across the organisation.
Head of Culture & Transformation, Northern Europe, AtosPam is an HR Director with 18 year’s experience in designing, developing, and delivering high-impact talent strategies, complemented by expertise in organisational transformation and culture change across financial services and the tech industry. Pam’s current role is leading Culture and Transformation across Northern Europe for Atos, where she is accountable for employee experience, wellbeing, DEI, people insight and people transformation. Pam is business Chair of the Tech UK Skills and Diversity Council and a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD. Pam is passionate about continuous learning and people behaviour. She is currently undertaking an MSc in Business Psychology.
Culture and Engagement Strategist , O.C.TannerAndreea’s work and expertise in culture consulting spans over ten years, with her current role Culture and Engagement Strategist for O.C. Tanner since 2020. Andreea’s expertise in culture and recognition sees her work with some of the world’s largest organisations to create and support workplace cultures where employees thrive.
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