Lunch & Learn: Could Hybrid Working STILL be impacting productivity in your business?

  • Event: Lunch & Learn: Could Hybrid Working STILL be impacting productivity in your business?
  • Date: 10/10/2023
  • Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Venue: Online, Session, Via Zoom,

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Description

If as a senior leader, you still believe, somewhere deep in your soul that hybrid working is impacting productivity in your business, this is for you.

If you think it might be impacting the business by even just 1%, translating that into the bottom line means that you need to Scratch that Itch!

We should never “fear the knowledge”. Knowledge is what sets us apart from our competitors.

Our clients who have attended previous webinars and sessions include DiscoveryEd, Pearson PLC, Johnston Carmichael, Racecourse Media Group, Equilibrium and WPNC to name just a few.

Those who say “We are too busy” or “It’s not a priority” or “We have put that to bed” should really not attend.

Every attendee will be offered our system that quantifies the impact of Hybrid Working on the productivity of your team. This is the only such system in the world. This offer is with our compliments.

Dermot Dennehy has worked remotely and managed remote teams over many years. His company, Manage Remote Teams trains companies and charities across the UK, EU and the US, delivering experience-driven live online courses that are lauded by the clients we work with. Those senior leadership teams recognise that the route to successfully thriving as a full or partially remote business is to upskill their middle managers and employees in the art of operating remotely.

This is an image of Dermot Dennehy, CEO

This session is FREE OF CHARGE, but registration is essential. 

Please book online to secure your place!

Note: the link to join online session will be sent via email 24/48 hours before event.

Shannon Chamber Skillnet is co-funded by Skillnet Ireland and member companies. Skillnet Ireland is funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science.

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