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As the environment around us rapidly evolves, how can leaders access the tools and strategies they need to help their employees and their businesses? This was the question discussed in our recent webinar, where the panel shared practical ways employers can maintain morale, prioritise wellbeing and strengthen culture across their teams, even during times of uncertainty. 

During an hour-long Q&A with Ben Waterfield, Engagement Manager at Dunelm, John Frith, Chief People Officer at Checkatrade.com and Ian Pettigrew, Director & Coach at Kingfisher Coaching, we discussed different ways leaders can nurture trust and connection as employees work in an unpredictable, and high-pressure situation. 

It is clear that as businesses ride out the storm, having visible and supportive leaders who connect with and motivate employees on a human level is critical. 

In the webinar, the audience identified these two top priorities that organisations are focussing on:


It can be difficult to know where to start, so we have pulled together 15 ideas to help inspire and support you as you support others: 


More insights from our panelists...

We were lucky enough to get our panelists on video one more time to answer questions we couldn't get to in the webinar. See below for our follow-up Q&A with our panelists as we dive deeper into how they are recognising, supporting and connecting with their employees: 


If you’re looking to watch the full webinar, you can find the recording below. We hope you’ll join us for our next one on May 28th!

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Alexandra Powell

Alexandra Powell, Director of Client Cultural Insights, not only knows American Sign Language, but uses it to secretly communicate with her husband and kids at parties. Alex is a highly experienced employee engagement consultant, trainer and speaker. For over 20 years she has helped HR and business leaders implement strategies that drive true culture change.

Director of Client Cultural Insights

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