Christine Armstrong – Workplace and Future Culture
Inspirational Keynote Speaker - The Future of Work
RECENT TALKS & THEMES FOR CLIENTS
- Making the new world of work actually work
- What hybrid means for diversity & inclusion
- The cost of living crisis: implications for employers & teams
- What comes next in the world of work?
Some speakers are energising but you’re not sure what you learn.
Others are full of facts but you drift off halfway through.
Combining both our own research and the best data out there, Christine gives audiences evidence-based and energising takes on the world of work.
Every single talk or workshop is tailored to the audience (usually specifically researched for it) and updated with the latest insights and practical takeaways for individuals, teams and organisations.
Communications and management expert, and acclaimed author, Christine considers what modern, values-driven, inclusive organisations should look like and how they should operate.
Touching on work-life balance, workplace culture, ‘hybrid work’, management and mental health, Christine examines the new challenges to old ways of doing business.
From remote working to diversity strategies, she points out the misleading assumptions and dares organisations to think differently about what they do, how and where they do it.
Christine is a writer and consultant specialising in the future of work, workplaces, leadership, and company communication.
She is the author of The Mother of All Jobs: How to Have Children and a Career and Stay Sane(ish).
She also co-founded the communications consultancy Jericho Chambers and now leads her own consultancy Armstrong & Partners, which helps businesses to operate in an uncertain, disrupted world.
Christine looks at how the workplace has evolved over the last twenty years and the pressures it has brought with it.
She covers the successes and failures of diversity and inclusion strategies, workplace culture (including the myth of flexible hours and attitudes towards paternity leave), maintaining social networks, and understanding the demands and stresses of being a working parent.
She looks at what employees demand from their companies, and how to respond in order to attract and retain the best talent.
With the rise in demand for a balance between working from home and being in the office (especially in a post-Covid-19 world), she considers the complex factors employers now have to manage, from the cost of running an office to differing personal and professional priorities amongst different age groups and personality types.
As well as the future of work and work-life balance, Christine also writes and speaks about communication, and the circular economy, drawing together many aspects of her experience to analyse key shifts in the business world.
She is a contributing editor at Management Today and has written for The Sunday Times, The Times, The Telegraph and Grazia, and has appeared on Radio 4’s Women’s Hour.
Christine was delightful, message on point, a real hit for our audience.Ceridian UK
Brilliant. You were utterly engaging, funny and incisive.Fieldfisher