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The most common challenges during the pandemic
How can we remain productive while working from home?
Now that so many of us are working from home, our daily lives have changed dramatically and we need to find new and better ways of working.
How can we support employees' mental health in self-isolation?
Our new working conditions and our individual challenges can have a significant impact on our mental health and wellbeing.
How can we become better at decentralising management?
In these unprecedented times, making the right decisions promptly is essential if we’re to stay relevant for our clients.
Other most common challenge themes
Containing and mitigating the spread of COVID-19 at home, at work and in public.
Responding to and overcoming the impact of COVID-19 on the global economy and financial markets.
Being prepared as an organisation, responding to unfolding events as they happen and being better equipped for future crises.
Communicating updates about COVID-19 internally, keeping pace with the astounding speed at which events are unfolding.
Finding new revenue streams and discovering cost-saving ideas.
Understanding how customers’ needs have changed and are going to change in the future beyond COVID-19.
Finding ways to support the NHS and those in need, as individuals and as organisations.
Idea Drop clients share their advice for supporting employees’ mental wellbeing
We wanted to find out how organisations are rising to the working-from-home challenge and supporting their employees’ mental health.
So we brought together – virtually, of course – some of our clients from a broad range of industries (financial and professional services, health care, law and mining) to discuss how they’re supporting their employees through this unprecedented time.
In this article, we’ve summarised the amazing ideas they’ve shared with us.