WEBINAR - 'Managing motivation, performance and engagement from teams working from home'


Wednesday, 25 November 2020

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM



We are running a discussion based online event with a panel of senior HR professionals, with the primary topic being ‘Managing motivation, performance & engagement in WFH teams’.

The discussion will explore some of the initiatives that different businesses have put in place, what challenges have arisen and of course, key successes.

You'll have a chance to put forward your questions to the panellists before and throughout the event.

The Panellists:
Lorna Hayes
Lorna became the Chief Operating Officer at Churches Fire Security in 2019, following a successful period of 10 years in the business as HR Manager, HR Director and MD. Lorna has steered the people strategy within her business through many acquisitions and significant growth, along with the challenges posed by the current pandemic, so we look forward to welcoming her to our panel.

Nathan Simcox
Having built an HR career spanning 20 years with retail brands such as Harrods and DFS, Nathan is now Regional HR Manager at Trust Ford – one of the UK’s largest motor dealership groups. Given the variation of service provision and diverse workforce across the business, Nathan has managed some unique people challenges in recent months and we are therefore excited to gain his input.

Natalie Walker
An accomplished and experienced HR Director, Natalie was formerly Head of People & Development at The Goodwood Estate, and more recently HRD at Fittleworth Medical so compliments our panel with a wealth of experience and specialist knowledge around engagement and building culture.

Parysa Hosseini-Sech
Parysa is Head of HR at Onecom – a high growth, acquisitive telecoms business with a large team of office and remote working staff. Onecom was recently recognised as ‘Tech Employer of the Year’, so we look forward to hearing about Parysa’s thoughts and experiences of the challenges posed in 2020!

Feel free to email your questions early to

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