England & Wales, Global Covid-19, Culture, sport and tourism, Personal and organisational development

LGIU Fortnightly: Work and play

This time Jen Glover and Ingrid Koehler discuss the future of work and play in a Post-Covid world. As we wrap up our summer holidays (in whatever form they may have taken), we spoke to Cllr Robert Francis-Davies from the City and County of Swansea about tourism emerging from lockdown. As we start thinking about going back to work, and maybe even to the office, we spoke to Sharon O’Dea on the future of the workplace and how councils can change their own workplaces and help their communities adapt to changing work practice.

Plus we talked about going back to school, Cllr Awards our Post-Covid Councils work with members, the recent book club and more.

 

Key links mentioned in the podcast:

Post-Covid councils

LGIU Cllr Awards 

and

Invisible Men: Notes from the Local Government Book Club

What’s the future of work in the new abnormal? by Sharon O’Dea

Back to school in Ireland and in Tennessee.

Handling the Holidaymakers in Wales: Where to stay and who’s to pay?

The end of PHE – a renaissance for local government’s role or its decline?

 

Information:

LGiU Fortnightly is LGiU’s in-house podcast, bringing you the latest news from the world of local government. We update you on the key events from the past fortnight, as well as news from us and our members, so you’re always in the loop. We’re always looking for more ways to bring you the information you need in a way that works around your busy schedule – let us know what you think by tweeting us @LGiU

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