This webinar was originally held on Wednesday 9 December 2020.
94% of executives and 88% of employees believe a distinct workplace culture is important to business success (Deloitte Chairman’s Survey).
For most businesses, company culture is intrinsically linked to being in the office. As we move towards a working model where staff only spend part of their working life in the office, how do employers develop and maintain a company culture fit for purpose for this new way of working?
Our panel of experts shared their experiences of:
- Differences in culture between a predominantly physical and remote working environment
- Best practices in building a company culture in a remote environment
- Getting it wrong: the implications of not having a good culture
- Embedding your culture in your employee governance framework
- The HR team’s role in building and maintaining culture.
Moderated by Kolvin Stone, Head of Technology at Fox Williams our speakers included:
Rosie Hewat, the Chief People Officer at PGMBM who has almost two decades of HR & People Operations experience and specialises in building, growing, scaling, and leading within innovative, ambitious, and purpose-driven organisations like Neyber, Funding Circle, Pockit and We Make Change.
Aron Pope, a Partner at Fox Williams and a leading employment lawyer recognised in Chambers UK 2021 as being “a fantastic lawyer with a wealth of knowledge and expertise; he is very strategic, efficient and collaborative and will come up with solutions that resolve the legal problems.” He specialises in advising employers on day-to-day HR matters and resolving high stakes disputes.
Bretton Putter, a leading expert on company culture, consulted by companies and leaders worldwide on how to leverage culture to prepare for and execute at scale. Brett is an accomplished author and writes a popular blog on culture-driven companies and is a sought-after speaker and a contributor to Forbes.
Anna Roe is the Chief People Officer at TransferGo where her goal is to help build an amazing company where people can be their best self. Prior to that she worked at two high-growth companies including Airsorted and Transferwise where the team in just under three years rose from 200 people to a global headcount of 1000.
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