How will employers and employees come to terms with the inevitable employment re-set? How will business respond? And are we seeing the end of the 20th century, office-based ways of working, that many have long predicted?
Context and poignancy are provided by a world in the grips of Coronavirus, with now-compulsory home and remote working and a greater reliance on technology for meeting and convening points. Meanwhile, “wellbeing” remains front-of-mind for many of those thinking through the future world of work, aligned to growing mental health concerns in both the workplace and beyond. What is to be done, longer-term, to make working lives happier, less stressful and more fulfilling for all?
Part of the Jericho 2020/21 Good Work programme
Professor Lynda Gratton, London Business School
Robert Phillips, Founder, Jericho Chambers
Stefan Stern, Journalist & Commentator; Author, “The Myths of Management”
Geoff McDonald, Mental Health at Work expert, Former Global VP HR Unilever
Bruce Daisley, author of "The Joy of Work" and "Eat, Sleep, Work, Repeat" and former VP, EMEA, Twitter
Time: 12.30pm - 2.00pm