This free one-hour webinar will help you plan your next steps to recovery, including bringing back furloughed workers and developing new ways of working.
The last few weeks have proved highly challenging for business leaders. You may now be looking at planning your next steps as you move towards recovery.
To help you prepare, we have teamed up with Michelle Mook of Pro-Development (UK) Limited to deliver a series of free leadership webinars for businesses. Having worked with SMEs now for a number of years, Michelle has been supporting many businesses over the last few weeks as we have navigated through Covid-19.
During this series of one-hour webinars, Michelle will be taking us through ways in which we lead our people in these current times. She will provide insights into what engages a team and how to bring out the very best in each and every one of them to help individuals, teams and the business flourish.
What will you learn?
- different areas to consider when bringing back furloughed workers
- ideas on finding new ways of working now and for the future
- advice on the emotional aspects of leading people through recovery and what people are looking for from leaders during this time.
- details of the different transition stages and how to address them.
Michelle Mook is the founder and Managing Director of Pro-Development (UK) Limited based in Yorkshire providing support in all aspects of employee engagement and people development.
With over 25 years of experience of improving performance through people consultancy, training, coaching and team/leadership development, she founded Pro-Development in 2011 to help the growth of small to medium sized businesses in and around Yorkshire and the Humber.
Pro-Development now help many local businesses to retain their talent, engage and develop their people, leaders and teams along with improving morale, motivation and culture within the business.
Michelle has also recently been appointed as Regional Ambassador for Engage for Success Yorkshire and the Humber to help raise awareness of the impact of employee engagement on our local economy. She is also Chair of York Professionals, a none for profit membership organisation looking to raise the profile of businesses in the York area.