Webinar: CMI Women: Blueprint for Balance - Flexible Working
Start Date: 22 Sep 2020
Start Time: 12:00 PM
End Time: 1:00 PM
Duration: 1 hour
The Covid-19 crisis has fundamentally changed the way we work. In the space of just a few months, a vast proportion of the UK workforce has gone from daily commutes and coordinating a balance between work time and home commitments, to potentially having the freedom and flexibility to blend their work and home lives for better productivity in both. This rapid take-up has been an intensive stress-test for management practices that will be needed if flexible working becomes more normalised post Covid-19.
In this webinar, Emma Stewart MBE, co-founder of Timewise Foundation, provides practical insights on how organisations and managers can create a more systemic, inclusive and gender-balanced approach to flexible working.
Has Everything Really Changed? Read what senior leaders, including Emma, had to say on the topic recently.
How can flexible working help close the gender pay gap? Read the guidance document to find out more.
Emma Stewart MBE
CEO and Co-Founder, Timewise
Emma is CEO and Co-Founder of Timewise and Women Like Us, responsible for the strategic direction of both the organisation’s business consultancy and its social foundation. Her leadership role sees her working with businesses, thought leaders, policy makers and social reformers to test and scale innovative solutions which deliver successful, sustainable, two-way flexibility. As a result of her expertise in the flexible working sphere, Emma has developed a high profile as a key opinion former, advisor and speaker. She has contributed to numerous government task-forces, reports and initiatives, focusing on how to encourage more people who need to work flexibly into the workplace, shape the labour markets of the future and raise family living standards. Prior to co-founding Timewise, Emma worked in a range of development roles across the private, civic society and social enterprise sectors and within documentary television.
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