Online sessions with Think People

7th May 2020

Think People have put together a range of complimentary events to support clients and the wider business community and invite you and your teams to register for the online sessions. The sessions will be delivered via video-link which you can access from any device with an internet browser.

Register for any of the following sessions online here:

https://thinkpeople.us17.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=ce43429ca9aac729b0e7f361b&id=75bf376ff4

 

Monday 11th & 18th May @ 11.00am – 12.00pm

Art Class at Home – with Sinead from The Art & Design Factory

To help parents working from home, children can follow this class on their own or parents can take a well-deserved break to join in too.

Sinead embeds the National Curriculum, ensuring all children get an opportunity for reinforced learning with numeracy and literacy. Sinead has an M.A in Applied Arts, a PGCE in Art and Design Education and over 20 years teaching experience.

 

Tuesday 12th May @ 3.30pm – 4.00pm

Mindfulness Practice with Anne Costello

This short introduction to mindfulness can be done anytime and anywhere. It was developed to help clarify the benefits of mindfulness for our relaxation and refocus, particularly in times of uncertainty or chaos.

Anne is qualified in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and holds years of experience in the design and delivery of mindfulness programmes for Business, Community and Education.

 

Wednesday 13th & 20th May @ 4.00pm – 4.30pm

Mindfulness Practice with Anne Costello

This short introduction to mindfulness can be done anytime and anywhere. It was developed to help clarify the benefits of mindfulness for our relaxation and refocus, particularly in times of uncertainty or chaos.

Anne is qualified in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and holds years of experience in the design and delivery of mindfulness programmes for Business, Community and Education.

 

Wednesday 13th May @ 11.00am – 11.45am

Managing and Motivating Homeworkers in the New World of Work with Legal Island

Our Managing Partner, Emer Hinphey has been invited to join Scott Alexander of Legal Island to discuss tips to ensure that employers and employees get the most out of homeworking, and challenges that could arise. Emer will discuss how to maintain productivity & how to communicate effectively during remote working.

Questions will be taken live and in advance. Send your questions in advance to Scott@legal-island.com.

Direct Registration Link

 

Thursday 14th & 21st May @ 12.45pm – 1.15pm

Yoga at Lunch with Alexa Sleator

A 30 minute stretch and strengthening session that you can fit into a busy day. The focus will be on re-energising and loosening up those muscles which have been challenged from long days on web calls.

Alexa specialises addressing our association of the workplace and challenging the context of how we normally exercise. It is Alexa’s intention to nurture a healthier, and more resilient team through the practice of yoga in work.

 

Friday 15th May @ 9.30am – 10.15 am

Post-COVID: Return to Work & Employment Law Implications

This session will explore return to work and focus on Safe Return, and rationalisation including changes to terms and conditions, reduced working and redundancies whilst keeping an eye on what else you need to know as at the 15th May.

Facilitated by our Managing Partner, Anne Dougan and Cleaver Fulton Rankin’s Director of Employment and Data Protection, Aisling Byrne.

 

Friday 15th May  @ 12.15pm – 1.00pm

Managing Remote Teams with Institute of Directors

Even those of us used to managing remote teams have never had to engage and deliver in such a complex context.

In this session, IoD have invited our Managing Partner Emer Hinphey, to share best practice and some of the lessons and tips gathered from company’s experiences so far.

Direct Registration Link

 

Tuesday 19th May @ 3.00pm – 3.40pm

Lessons from Leaders: Lockdown Working

What have we learned and how will it change the ways we work post-COVID?

In this session you will hear the experiences of some of our best known businesses. They will share how they have flexed their people strategies to respond to the need for new ways of working and what this may mean for the future of how they work.

Panel:

  • Barry Phillips, Chair, Legal Island
  • Cathy Donnelly, HR Director, Liberty IT
  • Denise Collins, HR Director, Norbrook

 

Wednesday 20th May (Time TBC)

Lessons from Leaders: Leading Through the COVID Crisis and Beyond

In this session you will hear how industry leaders reacted to the challenges and opportunities presented by the current crisis.

Final panel to be confirmed.

 

If you have any questions or would like to register a group, please contact Think People’s Marketing lead, Cora.Degan@thinkpeople.co.uk