[B2] The implications of flexible and remote working – finding a balance to enhance performance

Katerina Rudiger
Helen Honeyman
12 Jun 2019
13:30-14.20

[B2] The implications of flexible and remote working – finding a balance to enhance performance

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Future of Work Stream 2 / Future of People Management and Organisation Development

The implications of flexible and remote working – finding a balance to enhance performance

As technology enables people to work from everywhere and at any time, work often follows us wherever we go. Flexible and remote working is not a choice in the future of work. Yet, many organisations still struggle to find a balance between flexibility and delivery. What is it that stops organisations to work flexibly while maintaining performance and productivity? Join this session to hear practical examples of finding a balance and creating a flexible and remote working culture. This will include:

  • understanding the pros and cons of flexible and remote working for people and organisations
  • how flexible working can affect people interaction, performance and engagement at work
  • how flexible and remote working will support future workplaces  

Speakers:

  • Lynda Thomson, Head of People and Organisational Development, Scottish Natural Heritage
  • Helen Honeyman, Head of Policy, Product, Wellbeing & Governance, Royal Bank of Scotland

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