Bridging the gap: learning lessons as we transition to a ‘new normal’ way of working

May 25th, 2021

Kevin Ellis, Chairman and Senior Partner of PwC (Industrial Economics, 1984), will be giving a talk on transitioning to a ‘new normal’ hybrid way of working and what that might look like in the near future.

Join us on Wednesday 30 June between 12.30pm and 1.30pm to hear from Kevin, who has been at the helm supporting 22,000 staff across the UK as they have worked through the Covid-19 pandemic and are now transitioning, in part, back to the workplace.

With his down-to-earth attitude and reassuringly straight-forward recognition that it’s the people in the organisation that really matter, Kevin will share his insights into the opportunities, challenges and lessons learnt from the on-going process of transitioning to a ‘new normal’ hybrid way of working, including why he places a strong focus on well-being and mental health in the workplace, and why he thinks ‘presenteeism’ is dead.

Kevin will also share the personal learning he has gained since graduating from the University of Nottingham in 1984, starting as a graduate trainee with PwC, to 33 years on being elected Chairman and Senior Partner of this leading professional services company.

Book your place and put forward a question for Kevin by clicking on the link below.

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June 29th, 2021 at 10:04 pm

Rakesh Sachdeva

Looking forward to attending the session.

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