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What you'll learn

The Health Foundation found that more than two-thirds of adults in the UK (69%) reported feeling somewhat or very worried about the effect COVID-19 is having on their life. The most common issues affecting wellbeing are worrying about the future (63%), feeling stressed or anxious (56%) and feeling isolated (49%).

Balancing organisational aims while finding ways of staying resilient and resourceful seems an essential capability for HR professionals in the 21st century. This has been amplified more recently when businesses look to HR leaders for concrete answers in an uncertain environment and your sense of control can feel tenuous.

In our next HR Expert webinar, Alex Hayward, an experienced executive coach, will explore how to stay resilient in these challenging times - focusing on 3 common themes that cause people unnecessary stress and providing a refreshing outlook on conventional beliefs. He will be joined by Paul Dickinson, an HR consultant, who will discuss his own challenges of maintaining a healthy level of resilience at work.

  • Feeling like we should know the answer
  • Feeling like we should be able to control the outcome
  • Feeling like we have to deal with whatever demands are placed upon us

 

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About Alex Hayward & Paul Dickinson

Alex is an experienced executive, team and organisational coach, with an MSc in Psychological Coaching. Over the last 15 years, he has supported CEOs, senior managers, and teams both in the UK and internationally. He is also Founder of Lattitude Consultancy, helping organisations improve business performance, increase wellbeing at work and accelerate change. 

His approach combines an outcome-orientated focus with a deeper developmental perspective, to produce transformational results. He utilises insights from a range of different fields of psychology and systemic thinking, applying them in a practical way to a business environment. He loves working with ambitious leaders, teams and organisations over a sustained period of time to help them evolve, thrive and develop greater wisdom in their actions. 

On the other hand, Paul Dickinson runs his own HR consultancy practice, and is also a Lattitude partner, working with Alex to develop outstanding HR leaders, improving collaboration in business and developing high-performance cultures.

Racking up 20 years of experience working in HR, including several years at a Director level, Paul’s experience is invaluable.

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