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Roundtable Briefing: Finding flexibility in every role

18 Jan 2018 | 09.30 to 11.00 (registration from 09.00) | kindly hosted by Northern Trust, 50 Bank Street, Canary Wharf, London E14 5NT

FULLY BOOKED (please email events@workingfamilies.org.uk to be included on the waiting list)

Attend this members only interactive roundtable briefing, which will give you a new and refreshing perspective on role design, providing you with a methodology that will enable you design roles that deliver results for your organisation that increase productivity and engagement; that improve people’s work-life balance and are family friendly.  You will leave understanding how, through focusing more closely on role design, you can balance the flexible needs of your people with the operational needs of your organisation.


Our speaker is Amanda Seabrook, Founder and MD of Workpond, a Talent Strategy Consultancy, who will share her knowledge and expertise in this area.

This session will give you a taste of how to ensure you and your line managers can find the flexibility in every role, matching organisational requirements with employee need, a win:win situation for everyone. You’ll have the opportunity to discuss the challenges and share solutions with your peers, making this an invaluable and thought-provoking session.

Spaces are limited to one place per organisation and allocated on a first come first served basis. Book your complimentary place today!


Amanda Seabrook began her career as an Investment Analyst working at Fuji-Lord Abbett and ABN AMRO Asset Management (Australia). Finding, when she started a family, that there were few opportunities to work flexibly within her Industry, Amanda took a career break. Amanda became fascinated by the labour market and the changes occurring within it. In 2011, she set up Workpond, to help businesses understand the benefits of engaging with the workforce more flexibly. She has developed a 10-point methodology, the 10 Essentials of the Agile Organisation, which she uses to help organisations become more agile.