During the covid-19 & post covid 19 business support weekly webinars will be hosted by Charlene Wall Time2improve & Natalie Penny Unlock HR.
New Weekly Webinars start on Thursday 9th April 10:30 am, please click on this link for your invitation to the Webinar.
Every week the hosts will invite a Guest Speaker to provide real knowledge from real experts on topics that are useful to support you during this crisis.
They will share their industry knowledge and years of experience and provide tips and free resources for you or your business to apply instantly.
Time2improve is a learning and development facilitator, they deliver training both online virtual platforms and inhouse programmes. Their USP is their ability to implement a ‘feel valued’ approach to their training and development programmes.
Director Charlene Wall is a qualified wellbeing coach and has studied and practiced for over nine years in the health and wellbeing industries. Charlene has a real talent to adapt the eight holistic dimensions of environment, physical, emotional, financial, intellectual, social, occupational and spiritual to each organisation.
UnlockHR Consultancy provides outsourced Humans Resources solutions for SME’s and ad-hoc project solutions for larger companies. With over 20 years of HR experience between them, Directors Natalie Penny and Rachel Ganderton are driven by a positive employee experience. Not only do they provide HR Consultancy services in the legality sense, but they also ensure that they strategically partner with you in order to successfully shape your people’s agenda with an ‘outside-in’ awareness.
Seminar 1 topic is ‘Resilience in a challenging climate.’ This week’s guest is Paula Power Founder of My White Dog, a Mental first Ad Trainer for Business and School.
Will share her story of the first all-women team to reach the geographic North Pole in 1997 milestone.
Paula shares some of the challenges in a life-threatening environment (North Pole) that are relatable in the current Cov-19 climate. This is a chance to explore and take away some coping strategies for managing change.