Skip to main content
Hello typed on typewriter

A message from us to our friends in HR…

By Chatter, on 02nd April 2020

Over the past few weeks, we’ve all realised what real challenge, (the “there isn’t a playbook” type), really looks and feels like; and we just wanted to let you know - you’re doing an awesome job.

Once all this is over, business leaders all across the world will look to the work you do. They’ll want to understand why some teams were more resilient than others. How some brands continued to innovate, think differently and solve problems; even in the toughest of circumstances. And why it’ll be tougher for some of them to hire and keep hold of the very best people!

You’ve been in the thick of the action; helping leaders adjust quickly to a situation none of us could have predicted. You’re taking decisions in a matter of hours that under normal circumstances would be debated for days and weeks on end. You’re keeping businesses and services going, scaling up, scaling down, but always ensuring there’s compassion in the actions you’re taking.

And you’re proving how critically important people and talent are in every organisation. That when things get tough, it’s people who really make the difference – it’s people who will help you survive and thrive in good times and bad.

The efforts you’ve all made over the years to create great places to work, to shape positive organisational cultures and champion the wellbeing of employees, is suddenly crucial to the very survival of the organisations you represent.

So keep on keeping on. Now more than ever, the expertise, drive and determination you’ve always had, will make the biggest difference to people everywhere.

More thoughts from us

Loading Screen

How to adapt to the new world of work

Our head of agency, Lisa Pearson, hosted a virtual panel event for Leeds Digital Festival 2021 all about adapting to the new world of working. We were joined by Cindy Christodoulou; Director of Culture at Ogury, Sophie Wilkinson; Director of Operations at Hearst and, Tracey Newton; Director of Colleague Experience at Yorkshire Building Society to discuss how they intend to grow and develop their companies in a post-pandemic world.

Continue reading
Story wooden letters

Turning 30 minutes of conversation into 30 days of content

Social and storytelling is a great way to attract new tech talent to your company, but how do you authentically tell your story when your teams are time poor? Alex Blow, account director at Chatter, hosted a virtual social and storytelling masterclass to teach you how to turn 30 minutes of conversation into 30 days of content.

Continue reading
See more articles

Get in touch

We believe that all people have talent. And we think that every business and organisation can do amazing things when they engage with that talent in the right way. So, if you’d like to talk about what we can do for you, your business, and your talent, we’d love a chat. And if you’d like to stay up to date with what we think, create and do then sign up for our newsletter, too.

Please see our Privacy Policy for details on how we use your information.

Thanks for getting in touch!

Your message has been sent on to the team, one of us will be in touch as soon as we can.

In the meantime, if you need us urgently, why not give us a call on +44 113 524 0390.

There was an error!

There was an error sending your message, please try again later. If the problem persists, feel free to give us a call on +44 113 524 0390.

Map of Leeds, United Kingdom
Castleton Mill, Castleton Close
Leeds, LS12 2DS
hello@welovechatter.com +44 113 524 0390