Reflections on the COVID-19 pandemic: Perspectives on productivity, well-being and the futures of work
The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged much contemporary thinking in terms of productivity, well-being and the futures of work. The shift to home working, sectors unable to work, and others that are overwhelmed there is no ‘one size fits all’ response. In this series of webinars experts from across the University of Warwick will be reflecting on the way in which COVID-19 has questioned traditional thinking in relation to and aspect of productivity, well-being and the nature of work. The webinars are intended to spark conversation and debate. They will help to connect those with common interests for further discussion and exploration.
Webinar series: Reflections on the COVID-19 pandemic: Perspectives on productivity, well-being and the futures of work
In collaboration with the Health GRP, Professor Swaran Singh and Dr Lena Al-Khudairy will discuss their work on the impact mental health has on work and productivity in this webinar. Furthermore, this talk will also examine the role employers have in the mental health of their employees.
Webinar recording coming soon!
Webinar series 2020/2021, registrations will be open soon!
Speakers: Professor Nigel Driffield, Professor Jan Godsell and Clive Reynolds
How can you build a bedrock excellence for productivity? What can leadership practice could firms develop to accelerate their journey to Supply Chain Productivity?
In our first webinar of the 2021 series, Professor Jan Godsell, Professor Nigel Driffield and Clive Reynolds will provide reflections on value creation at firm level, what firms could do improve High Performance Working and Productivity and what this means for policy makers.
Thursday 29th April 2021
‘Creativity, unproductivity and the future workspace’
Dr Chris Bilton and TBC
Wednesday 14th July 2021
Teleworkability as a new digital divide
Speakers: Professor Chris Warhurst and Dr Enrique Fernandez-Macias
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