Manager’s Lockdown Toolkit – Future Ways of Working

Developed During Lockdown
Developed During Lockdown

Draws on direct experiences of the team and Subject Matter Experts.

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Developed during lockdown, this Managers Toolkit Elearning Course is part of a suite of Managers Elearning Courses has been updated with a new 2021 Return To Work section.

With this brings many new challenges, some practical, some psychological and others that are slightly less obvious. Developed during the lockdown, this Managers Toolkit Elearning Course is part of a suite of Managers Elearning Courses that draws upon the direct experiences of the team and Subject Matter Experts.

The Managers Toolkit Elearning Course brings the learning to life through innovative use of dramatized video scenarios using remote meeting software to show learners how best to utilise software to communicate, lead and meet productivity goals. Due to the social distancing policy, our actors filmed themselves in their own homes using software on their computers, lending additional authenticity to the scenarios in which our characters find themselves.

Supporting the learning and providing context to the videos, we have interactive elearning screens for learners to test their understanding and engage directly with the material.


This course is split into 6 parts:

Part 1

Working from home

Part 2

Managing remote teams

Part 3

Leading remotely

Part 4

Wellbeing for all

Part 5

Safely returning to work

Part 6

Re-adapting to the workplace


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Translation available
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WCAG version available
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Add your own photography and policies
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Customisation available, with bespoke scenarios
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Downloadable workbook
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Smartphone version
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End of course certificate
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CPD certified
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Sector specific versions available

What You Say

"We are pleased to be an early adopter of Marshalls timely, new resource, Future Ways of Working. It enhances government advice and focuses on the emotional implications of staff returning to the workplace. It looks at the requirements of our diverse community which explores issues around mental health, vulnerable staff and giving people space for reflection, reviewing, reconnecting and rebooting. This useful organisational development resource will be made available to all staff to effectively support everyone in preparing to return to work at our University."

Meriel Box, Head, Leadership and Development Foundation, Liverpool John Moores University, Co-Chair, Staff Developers Forum, HE North West Regional Group.

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