The COVID-19 outbreak has highlighted the extent to which society depends upon essential workers, with health and social care workers in particular playing a critical role in pulling us through the crisis.
Last year people took to the streets to applaud their heroic work. But what happens now that the clapping has stopped? What is the aftermath of COVID-19 on the health and social care workers who have spent the last year working under extreme pressure in sometimes dangerous conditions? What lessons from before and during the pandemic should we take forward into the post-covid era?
Across June and July, the PrOPEL Hub, in partnership with HPMA will be running a series of free events drawing on evidence gathered before and during the pandemic to explore the implications of Covid-19 for employment relations in the Health & Social Care sector across the 4 UK nations.
In this session, Richard Saundry of the Centre for Decent Work at the University of Sheffield will be talking to Roger Kline, Research Fellow at Middlesex Business School about his extensive work in the NHS around the development of inclusive leadership. Roger will outline the case for more inclusive approaches to leadership and management and the practical steps that NHS organisations and those in other sectors can take to make this a reality.
This event will be held on 18th June starting at 11am and will last for approximately 60 minutes and will include the opportunity to ask questions. Delegates can submit questions in advance or add them during the webinar. If you would like to submit a question in advance, please email it to email@example.com
Joining instructions will be sent out 24 hours prior to the event.