Get your team in-step for recovery by joining this webinar from communications experts Housebrands.
Trying to navigate a path through the lockdown mire to ensure your organisation’s continued and future success?
One thing is for sure, if your organisations is going to be resilient and bounce back then you need a fully committed and united team.
That’s because good teamwork is essential for high performance in any business or not-for-profit organisation. Put simply, united organisations sell or raise more funds.
How can we unite our organisation and boost staff morale?
Given the present uncertainty, it’s no surprise that staff morale is low. How can you get your staff fired up together when they are under so much pressure?
Join brand and communications experts Housebrands for this free 45-minute webinar to explore the role corporate culture can play in ensuring that your team is highly motivated.
Taking the stance that motivated employees care about more than just the money, you will explore some of the issues facing staff today and how leading brands develop cultures that truly resonate with their people.
The webinar taps into their experience of working with leading brands to create winning cultures.
There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion – although if you prefer you can just sit back with the drink of your choice and just listen in.
Sign up for the webinar on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/are-you-walking-the-walk-tickets-122055393969
About the organisers:
Housebrands is an established brand and communications agency with experience covering brand projects from start-ups and SMEs, to not-for-profits, blue chips and countries.
Working in both the UK and internationally across a wide range of sectors, their passion is making brand expertise accessible to all, which is why they have recently launched a DIY, ready-made brand development programme to empower organisations of any size or shape to create the strongest brand possible, themselves and at a fraction of the usual cost by negating the need to hire external consultants.