Panel discussion: How can HR professionals manage employee performance effectively within a hybrid model?

05 Apr 2022
13:10 - 13:50 (BST)
Leonardo Royal Hotel, London and online
Andy Lancaster
Head of Learning, Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development
Clair Staines
Group People Director, OpenMoney Ltd
Jessica Badley
Head of HR and OD at Blood Cancer UK
Gemma Dale
Flexible and Hybrid Working Specialist, Liverpool John Moores University

Panel discussion: How can HR professionals manage employee performance effectively within a hybrid model?

Panel discussion: How can HR professionals manage employee performance effectively within a hybrid model?

The pandemic has caused considerable disruption across the profession, with some seeing that productivity has been negatively affected, whereas others are viewing it as an unmissable opportunity to increase productivity. 

  • What approaches are best in balancing the management of employee productivity, and evaluating the best approaches to performance management when managing hybrid workers?
  • What approaches are best in balancing the management of employee productivity with the right amount of employee surveillance?
  • How can HR professionals ensure that employees and teams remain productive during uncertain and challenging times, while at the same time respecting employee privacy and maintaining workplace trust?

Chair:

Andy Lancaster, Head of Learning, Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development

Speakers:

Clair Staines, Group People Director, OpenMoney Ltd

Gemma Dale, Flexible and Hybrid Working Specialist, Liverpool John Moores University

Jessica Badley, Head of HR and OD at Blood Cancer UK

See the full programme