The IPAA Victoria People & Culture Community of Practice invites you to join this informative and timely discussion on the theme of Lockdown, Burn-Out & The Hybrid Working Model.
The panel of experts pulled together to discuss hybrid working will provide unique perspectives into the impacts of the pandemic on employee mental health and wellbeing. They will share how leaders are responding to shape and change the way they work, so as to support employee wellbeing. The panel session aims to give participants new insights into trends and predictions as well as practical examples of what has worked, and what might not have. The session seeks to give practical ‘take aways’ for consideration and application across all organisations.
The COVID-19 global pandemic has transformed the way we work and live. Many of the changes will continue to impact our work practices for many years. There is no doubt, hybrid and flexible working is here to stay. Peoples’ expectations have changed, yet at the same time, a continued remote work environment can impact workforce wellbeing and mental health.
Global conversations about hybrid working show that we’re on the brink of another disruption that feels as significant as last year’s sudden shift to remote work. The reality is, we can only do the work we care about to the best of our ability when we are physically, mentally and psychologically in a safe and resourceful state.
State Manager, AssureRead More
Executive Director, Public Sector Reform, Victorian Public Sector Commission Victoria (VPSC)Read More
Partner, People Advisory Services, Ernest & YoungRead More
Executive Director, People and Culture, Department of Environment, Land, Water and PlanningRead More
Antoinette Battista (Host)
Executive Director People & Culture, Department of TransportRead More