In order for organizations to achieve their potential, they must first work to engage and enable their employees. Now more than ever in the context of COVID-19, where safety and well-being is paramount, uncertainty reigns, and every employee has a platform for making their views known, companies must re-envision their people as “consumers on the inside,” building relationships that are two-way, authentic and grounded in trust.
Weber Shandwick, in partnership with our global management consultancy, United Minds, brings together organizational psychologists, strategic counselors, creative experts and digital gurus to help our clients do just that. With experience working for some of the world’s best-known companies, we’re masters at aligning employees — whether they’re at a desk, in a factory or on the road — around a shared purpose and vision for the future. Through our Workforce Re-entry specialty, we help clients with return to work planning and execution, supported by the latest guidance across a variety of disciplines, including epidemiology and public health, public affairs, corporate reputation, employee safety and wellbeing.
Aug 7, 2020
4 culture strategies for creating a successful hybrid workplace
Published by Human Resource Executive
Aug 6, 2020
United Minds’ (Re)Boot Camp Eases Transition to the Future of Work
United Minds, today announced the launch of (Re)Boot Camp, a customized re-onboarding experience that prepares leaders, managers and employees for new ways of working. (Re)Boot Camp features virtual events, workplace walkthroughs and customized training modules on a core set of topics.
Employee Engagement Team
Kate Bullinger, Global
President, United Minds
Anthea Hoyle, The Americas
Executive Vice President, United Minds
Mabel Phoon, Asia Pacific
Executive Vice President, Client Experience
Stephen Duncan, EMEA
Director, Employee Engagement & Change Management, EMEA, WS CFPA