On-demand recording: how can we humanise the workplace?

Linda Foggie

Senior Vice President

The impact of the workplace on our health and wellbeing has been a theme drawing the attention of office occupiers, owners and workers alike in recent years. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many of these discussions into sharp focus and could signal a step-change in workplace strategies.

Across many regions, workers who would normally be based in an office for all or a significant part of their working week, now find themselves working from home. This has brought with it new pressures and challenges, particularly around the blurring of work and home life. How can we find the right balance?

For those workers who can find more time to spend with family, to exercise and to relax, the current situation may drive certain positive outcomes, which in turn could contribute to better results while working.

How can we make the most of this unique opportunity to explore how home working affects wellbeing and performance? And how can employers translate these learnings into future workplace strategies that deliver more flexibility and give more emphasis to wellbeing?

During this 30 minute on-demand recording, we are joined by two innovative thinkers with insights from the worlds of sports science and neuroscience, who will look to address these pressing issues.

Listen to discover:

  • How to set up an effective home working environment
  • Insights into the cognitive and wellbeing impacts of home working
  • How to use data to drive your workplace wellbeing strategy
  • Whether we are any closer to a formula for productivity
  • How COVID-19 could reshape workplace strategies

Our guest speakers

Dr Paul Smith is Chief Strategy Officer at ART Health Solutions. Paul possesses a wealth of experience in the sports science and wellbeing industries, holding a PhD in these fields. ART Health Solutions brings science to the workplace through the integration of robust data collection and analysis methodology, to deliver meaningful insights around employee wellbeing and performance.

Lucy Hackshaw is a serial entrepreneur, executive coach, and the founder of new leadership brand Flux – a social enterprise recognised for its academic rigour and creative application. Flux serves progressive leaders with the pioneering insight and cognitive training needed to lead and succeed in our ever-changing working world.

Continue the conversation

Please get in touch with Paul if you would like to participate in or receive a copy of the results from the ART Health Solutions live study, which is looking to measure the impacts of working from home in a variety of ways. Find out more on the ART website.

In response to COVID-19, and throughout the lockdown period, Flux is sponsoring a virtual, creative coaching series to offer leadership peers access to empathy, connection and creativity during a time of great uncertainty. Find out more by emailing [email protected].

For further information contact:

Linda Foggie
Senior Vice President