Resetting organisations

Taking advantage of the lessons learnt during the Corona crisis to set a new direction for leadership, culture and HR


25 June, 26 August and 22 September 2020.

COVID-19 has had a tremendous impact on our lives and our work. Things that we had not imagined to be possible have become a reality almost overnight. It is now a routine to be working remotely, and the people who are physically present at the workplace take serious precautions to ensure a safe and healthy work environment.

COVID-19 has changed the way we work

These new ways of working have significantly changed the way we collaborate, and this is putting new requirements on employees and leaders at all levels. During the crisis, we have seen organisations being able to make decisions faster, to quickly upskill their digital capabilities and to sustain or even increase their productivity level.

Many organisations are now slowly returning to the workplace, and this is a good opportunity to reflect and learn from the successes and failures during COVID-19. As Winston Churchill once said: “Never waste a good crisis”. Many organisations are seeking to make permanent the successes from the crisis and to avoid returning to former inefficient behavioural patterns.

Three inspirational events on the key learnings on how to drive the new ways of working post-COVID-19

We have designed a series of three inspirational events to share the key learnings we have experienced in the field of leadership and HR.

The events take place on 25 June, 26 August and 22 September. At these events, we and our broad network of clients and experts share inspirational thoughts and experiences that are crucial in driving the new ways of working post-COVID-19.

At the first event, we took a deep dive into the new role of the middle managers and HR’s position and capabilities in facilitating the new ways of working.

On 26 August, we are hosting the second event with focus on these two topics:

  1. How do we lead resilient organisations and balance the need for continuous correction and stability?
  2. How might we develop our culture in the wake of the crisis?





By Implement Consulting Group



Status on the people priorities for Nordic companies during the Corona crisis



Choose your topic 

10:05 - 10:15

Perspectives and next event

Practical information


The event is hosted online.

A link will be sent before the webinar starts.


26 August 2020

09:00-10:15 (CEST)

Next event: 22 September 2020


Maja Nyboe Bjerrehuus
Please register before

Please sign up no later than 26 August 2020, 07:00 (CEST).


The event is free of charge.

Next event

The third event takes place on 22 September 2020. Focus is on how organisations can use the crisis to build a new management model fit for humans and fit for the future.