Flexibility at work: What to do as an employee

29.09.2021. 17:00 Europe/Copenhagen

The Covid-19 pandemic has redefined our understanding of what work is, i.e. how, where and when we do our work. 

As an employee, you may have new wishes for your working life – and in return, there may be new requirements for you to meet. So, what do you do? Flexible ways of working have already been embraced in many companies and organisations, and others are in the process of assessing how to implement more flexibility, but what does that mean to you in your day-to-day work? And how can you maintain your mental health in these new times?

Our two experts in the studio, executive advisor Pia Hauge and organisational psychologist Vibeke Lunding-Gregersen, are going to discuss what they see as the biggest dilemmas right now and offer their views on concrete solutions. 

Topics for discussion include: 

- How can you show your manager that you are as productive at home as you are in the office?

- How can you avoid becoming part of the “B team”, if you work from home?

- Do you have a responsibility for the fellowship at work? E.g. are you obligated to attend social events?

 

The webinar is held online, and you can participate via computer, tablet or mobile phone.

Vibeke Lunding-Gregersen

CEO of Mindwork and approved psychologist (cand.psych.), Mindwork Psykologisk Center ApS

Vibeke Lunding-Gregersen is a certified specialist approved psychologist, the CEO of Mindwork and a Health and Safety Consultant authorised by the Danish Working Environment Authority. She is also the co-author of the best-selling book Hjernen på overarbejde – derfor er compassion vores vej til et bæredygtigt liv og samfund (The Overworked Brain. Why Compassion is our way to Sustainable Life and Society) (2018) and Kort og Godt om Compassion (Compassion in Short) (2019).

Vibeke is much in demand as both leadership coach and Keynote Speaker and she often is participating in international research and development work. Focussing on mental sustainability her work involves leadership development and employee development in both public and private organisations.
Compassion-based approaches have been at the heart of Mindwork’s work with individuals, groups and organisations since 2014.

Pia Hauge

Executive advisor and author

Pia Hauge is an executive advisor, speaker, and author of the Danish book “Office Coma – from noise to deep work”. Pia is a former external lecturer at Copenhagen University and chief advisor at DR, where she created talent programmes and the experiment “Brain Starter” that designed better conditions for thinking for creative minds. She advises clients about the future of work and drives experiments that test new ways of working in courageous organisations. If you ask Pia what the most important task is for tomorrow’s leaders, she will say: “Protecting employees’ cognitive capacity”.

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