About Jenny Merry
Jenny leads the UK and France Talent Consulting Team at Kincentric. She has experience in a wide range of people and change assignments including employee survey design, analysis and insight and post-survey engagement improvement. She is also experienced in leadership assessment and development, top team facilitation and coaching.
The number of organisations moving towards a remote workforce has increased at a steady pace over the years leading up to 2020 and this trend is certainly showing no signs of slowing down, with working from home rising rapidly as a consequence of the Covid-19 outbreak. What was deemed a temporary solution for many organisations is now looking to be a more permanent reality for large segments of the workforce who realise they do not need to be on-site to perform their daily work tasks.
Article by 19 August 2020
By the speed of its spread, the pandemic has challenged even the most prepared organisations, forcing leaders to make high-quality decisions about how they support remote working at scale, how to implement new arrangements for front-line employees and how they ensure business continuity. The new working conditions that have arisen have impacted social interaction and challenged the workforce communities that once existed. Employers need to understand the importance of rebuilding and maintaining this sense community, to ensure their organisation stays united through these difficult times and into an uncertain future.
Article by 25 June 2020
Never has there been a greater need for the ‘Engaging Leader’ than in the current crisis and the ‘brave new ... View Article
Article by 26 May 2020
The HR function, perhaps more than most, is one that heavily employs buzz words and terminology – and this isn’t ... View Article
Article by 22 April 2020
As coronavirus strengthens its grip on business and societies around the world, it is worth considering how crucial agile working is when it comes to effective-crisis management.
Article by 4 March 2020
Against a backdrop of Brexit, political turmoil and a global talent war, retaining the best staff to deliver a competitive advantage has become a crucial priority for many UK business leaders – however, few know how to create and deliver the best employee experience.
Article by 31 January 2020