Difficult Work Situations

Ask and hear from our excellent speakers as they give practical insights on how to face and address difficult work situations when they come up.

1 Module
Masterclass instructor Joy Adeyemi

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Masterclass Description

The grass is always greener on the other side, or so it seems until you actually get to the other side. Truth be told, no work environment is perfect and workplace drama is always going to be a ‘thing’ we have to deal with. So how exactly do you deal with difficulties at work and what happens when a situation is past the point where it can be salvaged?

Ask and hear from our excellent speakers as they give practical insights on how to face and address difficult work situations when they come up.

Ask Me Anything: Difficult Work Situations

  • How to face and address difficult work situations

Instructor

Helen Murphie
Partner, ebl miller rosenfalck
Helen is a Partner with more than 16 years’ experience in employment law and business immigration. She has been described in the Legal 500 as “highly professional” and a “tenacious advisor”. Helen advises on all aspects of employment law but has a passion for discrimination and whistleblowing law, and thorny dismissal issues. Helen heads our immigration team and advises international and European clients on business immigration issues including assisting them to employ the best overseas talent
Joy Adeyemi
Joy currently works with Johnson Matthey, a FTSE100 company as lead UK HR Manager with one of its business sectors. She provides HR leadership to a team of HR Business Partners and HR Advisors enabling the business to achieve its goal through strategic and value-driven HR initiatives. Joy is a multi-skilled HR professional having worked in both generalist and specialist HR roles. Previous roles held include Head of HR and Organisational Development, with a healthcare Company and Global HR Projects and Strategy Manager with a Renewable Energy Company. Joy is passionate about people development, especially HR professionals, and she regularly writes on LinkedIn about tips and tools that help people thrive at work.

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The grass is always greener on the other side, or so it seems until you actually get to the other side. Truth be told, no work environment is perfect and workplace drama is always going to be a ‘thing’ we have to deal with. So how exactly do you deal with difficulties at work and what happens when a situation is past the point where it can be salvaged? Ask and hear from our excellent speakers as they give practical insights on how to face and address difficult work situations when they come up.

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