Covid-19 and Beyond


The COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our personal and professional lives and the future of work is under close consideration and debate. Below is a selection of Cityparents content relevant to the changing circumstances of the pandemic, and you can find more by browsing our Live, On Demand and Library pages.

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On Demand 

   
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Expert Articles

How to Support Employees Mental Health when Returning to the Office
Chris O’Sullivan, Head of Business Development and Engagement at the Mental Health Foundation shares advice and insights on how to support your employees as they return to the workplace.

Normality Matters: Helping Children to Adapt Post Lockdown
Rachel Vecht of Educating Matters considers how we can help children to manage change as we transition back to a more familiar life and change in general, irrespective of their age.

 

Our Blog

Dolly's blog: London baby. And it goes a little something like this… After 15 months marooned in a scenic but achingly dull corner of rural Wiltshire (devoid of non-supermarket retail, decent coffee and anything that could sensibly be described as a restaurant) I am back!  LONDON BABY! 

Ally's blog: How did we do that? This week my employer sent out a fairly lengthy questionnaire to everyone in the firm to ask us about how we thought we might want to work once the pandemic restrictions are no longer in place. It’s an interesting question - given a blank page, how would I want my work life set up to be?

 

Podcasts

Charlotte Worth, an Executive Coach and Learning Facilitator explains how we can use the Positive Method to build self-confidence, re-energise, re-focus and contemplate the future.

Paolo Gallo, the author, speaker, coach and former holder of senior HR positions at the World Economic Forum and World Bank, about successful careers, work / life balance and trust, motivation and tracking productivity within remote working teams.

 

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