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In conjunction with the Black Country Branch of the CIPD, we are offering a one hour taster session on creating a collaborative workplace, followed by a round table discussion, to enable you to discuss HR issues with colleagues in other organisations. The event is on 27 September. It is free and includes lunch.

So why create a collaborative workplace?

  • Your business becomes ‘Change Ready’ – it takes the challenge out of transforming and evolving your organisation
  • It creates engaged, connected and energised employees
  • Positive productivity levels
  • Good return on your biggest investment – your people
  • Resilience – low absence and presenteeism
  • Mutual Trust


What we would look to cover within this taster session is: –

  • Understand what impact collaborative working has on productivity and engagement levels
  • Gain more understanding of what collaborative working is
  • What the key benefits are for an organisation
  • Start to explore some key areas: –
    • How to communicate effectively to gain collaboration
    • How a coaching culture can have an impact
    • What the role of a manager looks like
    • Creating collaboration when working remotely


Who would benefit from attending?

Business Owners, Managers and HR professionals in organisations that: –

  • Are growing and want to retain collaboration as they grow
  • Experiencing high absence rates
  • Constantly recruiting – vacancies never ending
  • Performance targets and objectives not being met
  • High presenteeism – employees coming to work but not engaged or productive – nothing seems to get done
  • There always seems to be conflict and arguments
  • Teams are very isolated and don’t seem to be communicating effectively



11:30 Registration and refreshments

12:00 Taster session on Creating a Collaborative Workplace, led by Karen Pearson

13:00 Lunch

13:30 – 14:30 Round table discussion, giving you the chance to discuss whatever is on your mind with other HR colleagues

To book, please click here:

Please note parking is limited. We suggest you park at the public car parks on Lombard Street (WS13 6DW) or Bird Street (WS13 6AE).

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