Easing of COVID-19 Restrictions in the Workplace Series
The Easing of COVID-19 Restrictions in the Workplace Series has been assembled to help you and your teams prepare for a gradual return to the workplace and for what our new normal may look like. While some events are targeted specifically to managers and executives, most events are open to all public servants at all levels.
This series will feature the latest information on topics such as mental health, occupational health, managing virtual teams, digital and performance management. Participants can attend events separately or as a comprehensive learning suite depending on your availability.
All events are offered via webcast as virtual events, however other learning products, such as presentations for management tables, orientation kits and job aids will also be made available to support this learning series.
|October 30, 2020
||Building Readiness and Workplace Solutions during COVID‑19 Restrictions
|September 15, 2020
||Managing Employee Performance Through the Easing of COVID‑19 Restrictions
|August 26, 2020
||Leading with Empathy Through the Easing of COVID-19 Restrictions (rebroadcast)
|August 25, 2020
||Occupational Health Tips for Managers as COVID-19 Restrictions Ease (rebroadcast)
|July 29, 2020
||Virtual Teams Series: Best practices for virtual teams (rebroadcast)
|July 23, 2020
||Occupational Health Tips for Employees as COVID-19 Restrictions Ease
|July 15, 2020
||The Recovery & Gradual Return: Leading & Managing the "New Normal" in the Public Service
|June 29, 2020
||Leading with Empathy Through the Easing of COVID-19 Restrictions
|June 25, 2020
||Power Chat: Mental Health and the Easing of COVID-19 Restrictions in the Workplace
|June 22, 2020
||Fast Tracking Digital
|June 18, 2020
||Occupational Health Tips for Managers as COVID-19 Restrictions Ease
|June 17, 2020
||Virtual Work Power Chat
Additional events in this series will be added to this page and our main Events page as they are confirmed.
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