9am – 4pm
Lockdown, social distancing, covid-secure and remote working, are not only recent terms relating to Covid-19,but also describes the individual challenges faced by those working within security and estate management.
Since March 2020 many commercial premises, offices and public buildings have been ‘mothballed’ in the wake of the pandemic. Organisations have had to enact emergency planning measures to adapt their security and management needs. Has this resulted in greater or reduced investment within the sector?
Smart technology is a potential solution, which will evolve and shape how we look after shared spaces, though is it the panacea some experts believe in to be? Will we instead need a future hybrid model based on the susceptibility of cyber threats or is AI the clear future in automated systems?
Join us for a virtual forum to discuss the latest updates on latest technology, best practice and shared challenges.
Highlights of the Security and Estates Management Conference include:
Please note timings/speakers/topics are subject to change
Dr Steve Boorman will use this keynote to consider the prolonged impacts of the ongoing pandemic and its implications for employee health now and in the future.
Recognising the difference between the two and will discuss with delegates the benefits & challenges for both employers and employees. Michele hopes that delegates will share any hints and tips that have worked for them, their line managers and their staff.
How organisations can take a strategic approach to mental health at work and positively impact employee wellbeing
A discussion of the following key topics: Taking an intersectional approach, Tackling the systemic root causes of poor mental health and Achieving parity between physical and mental health.
This presentation will examine the workplace and how it has evolved. A review of wellbeing and why it has become so important, examples of how this is being addressed and a look at the future and what that may bring.
Join this talk to understand how implementing small changes to the way your team works with technology can support wellbeing and performance. 76% of workers believe organisational guidance on screen time overuse would help them manage their health, yet 40% of employers do not have guidance in place to deal with tech overload. Learn the Four Steps to Embedding a Healthy Digital Culture and take away practical steps to enable your teams to thrive in a digital age.
Inclusion in the workplace is key for a belonging “feeling” towards the organisation that you are working in and therefore ensuring your wellbeing and mental health secured by psychological safety is crucial If the employee feels that they “belong” and are celebrated in an organisation.
The understanding of mental health is as important as physical health, and the well-being of employees should be at the centre of employee engagement by every organisation.
The Auditorium Sessions & Resource Center are available until February 26th, 2021.
Come back and watch the sessions you missed or download/share any of the materials.