One of the key lessons learned from the pandemic is the impact that relationships and trust can have on businesses and communities. It has highlighted the importance of compassionate cultures, connected teams, authentic leadership, innovation and wellbeing.
Leaders are required to take an inclusive and compassionate approach with their leadership styles to nurture compassionate caring cultures within organisations. This has a huge impact on employees wellbeing, engagement and build trust –something which has been negatively impacted for many since the pandemic began.
Hear from guest speaker, Pip Gwynn Director at Insight HRC and a trained business psychologist, on how to develop compassionate leadership and create cultures that innovate, reflect and offer psychological safety for employees.
About Pip Gwynn
Pip Gwynn has been working as a Business Psychologist and Director at Insight for the past 15 years. In that time, she has been involved in the design, delivery and evaluation of leadership assessment and development solutions for over 50 clients in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. Her passion is in making organisations happier and more effective places to work through personal growth and cultural change. Pip believes that by understanding people better, we can develop ways to lead organisations that are engaging and motivational, rather than leading to stress and dissatisfaction.