Effective people managers are key to strong businesses and productive workforces. This is especially true in today’s world, where businesses have had to adapt their ways of working and managers are communicating and working with their teams in new and different ways.
The following scenario shows how, as a people manager, your consideration of adjustments has an impact on all areas of managing individuals and teams, from productivity and performance to motivation and career progression.
The People Manager Toolkit is free for Partners of Business Disability Forum and a paid-for resource for Members and non-members.
Purchasing the People Manager Toolkit will also give you additional access to our series of People Manager Guides. Members will be able to purchase the toolkit and guides as a bundle at a discounted cost and an Early Bird discount will be available till the end of December. Prices for Members start from £3,250.
When Ken receives a fit note from Maria, a member of his team signed off with back pain, he remembers noticing that Maria had recently seemed to be in discomfort or pain. Maria frequently flexed her wrists and when standing placed her hand on her back. On her return to work Ken arranges a ‘back to work’ interview where he asks her if she thinks work had contributed to her back pain.
The toolkit is formatted to suit the way you work, with a host on online resources that you can access at the touch of a button.
The toolkit contains six sections:
Each has an introduction and a range of resources including videos, podcasts and concise, practical written guidance.
For more information about purchasing, contact Adrian Ward, Head of Disability Partnerships at email@example.com