Engaging Your Employees Through COVID-19 - Principles, Practices and Practical Insights | Brunswick

Engaging Your Employees Through COVID-19 - Principles, Practices and Practical Insights

With COVID-19 upending the global workforce, how can businesses keep employees engaged in their response, the challenges being confronted and what it means for the long-term?

Brunswick Group’s employee engagement leaders Rebekah Metts-Childers and Nick Howard discuss what matters most in communicating through the evolving stages of the pandemic.

 

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Featured Speakers:

Rebekah Metts-Childers
Partner, Head of U.S. Employee Engagement
Chicago

Rebekah specializes in providing counsel to companies during times of change – connecting communications strategy and business strategy to drive results. Drawing on her 18 years of experience in corporate communications, Rebekah has a strong focus on strategy, M&A and employee communications. 

She has worked in the U.S. and London, with global experience across Europe and Asia.  Before joining Brunswick in 2018, Rebekah was a member of the leadership team at a strategy execution firm focused on transformation communications, leadership development, employee engagement and culture initiatives for Fortune 500 companies. 

Nick Howard
Partner, Head of European Employee Engagement
London

Nick advises clients on the people implications of transactions, transformational changes, and other significant business challenges and opportunities. He helps organizations create an employee experience that attracts and retains great people, creating the conditions for them deliver the best work of their lives.

He also advises on new ways of communicating with employees, connecting them with each other and customers; and how to create world-class communications functions. Nick led Retail Communications for Lloyds Banking Group during the 2008/9 financial crash and the bank’s subsequent acquisition and integration of HBOS.