Remote working: is it a double-edged tale?

At first, hybrid working promised freedom. But it inadvertently robbed many of vital in-person connections relevant for resilience, collaboration, development and a buffer during times of stress, fortifying our mental and emotional wellbeing. While loneliness crept in long before hybrid working became a norm, poorly executed remote models worsened it. The good news is that hybrid working, done right, doesn’t have to lead to poorer connections. 

This session explores how loneliness creeps in, regardless of working adjustments, and how to ensure you maintain a healthy and connected team remotely. We will look into the psychology of loneliness and connection, challenging how you see your role in building healthy relationships. We will explore simple daily actions that can make hybrid working more inclusive so you and your team can be better placed to feel resilient, motivated, and ready to cope with setbacks. 

Your people will learn:

  • Explore loneliness and the importance of belonging at work and in personal lives
  • Cultivate deeper team connections through shared understanding and team identity
  • Establish inclusive practices for success in a hybrid work world
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Format

Feel Good can immerse your people in this topic either as a single session or as a behaviour change programme.

  • In-office Workshop
  • Virtual Workshop

Audience

We can cater for any audience type, from Senior Leaders to employees and HR teams.

  • Employees

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