Smart Working – A practical guide to working more flexibly and efficiently

  • Available
  • 11th Jan 22 - 12th Jan 22
  • 9.30am-12.30pm - Delegates must attend both sessions on 11th & 12th January mornings
  • Remote Via MS Teams
    Remote via MS Teams
  • £137for members £for non-members

Overview

This course will cover the following sessions:

  • Introduction and context

Exploring the contextual and big picture elements of current working styles and practices.  What do our organisations expect from us – what is most demanding and why?  What does the future hold?  What are the implications?  Current workloads and practices- what are the common inefficiencies and waste?  What barriers prevent us from us working more flexibly and autonomously?

  • Streamlining

The principles and benefits of Smart Working are outlined: flexibility; autonomy; wellbeing; efficiency; and continuous improvement.  Common areas of waste and inefficiency are highlighted.

  • Think differently

Using a series of practical exercises, the trainer looks at how the delegates can be more agile in their thinking, how to challenge assumptions, and proactively find creative solutions to problems without waiting for direction or seeing boundaries where they don’t exist.

  • Remote management

This session looks at how managers need to “let go” and empower their staff with the move towards long term remote working or hybrid environments, whilst looking at wellbeing, team cohesion and team spirit.

  • Resilience

Building resilience is a key factor in Smart Working.  A simple framework is introduced for building resilience and and helping delegates to press the pause button and reassess the way work is approached at a more mindful level.

 

This course will enable you to

  • understand available tools and techniques available to enable processes and practices to become more efficient and effective.
  • streamline thinking and ways of working to challenge old boundaries and focus on the things that really add value.
  • manage effectively for outcomes when working remotely.
  • build trust, accountability and empowerment.
  • build resilience to meet the challenges of complex demands and ongoing change.

Who is the Course aimed at

Anyone who would like support and ideas and techniques to become more efficient and effective in the working environment.

Smart Working – A practical guide to working more flexibly and efficiently

  • Available
  • 11th Jan 22 - 12th Jan 22
  • 9.30am-12.30pm - Delegates must attend both sessions on 11th & 12th January mornings
  • Remote Via MS Teams
    Remote via MS Teams
  • £137for members £for non-members
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