The future of work is hybrid. Many organizations are adopting a more flexible work policy for employees to return to the office. Flexibility is a key indicator for a large majority of talent, but building an optimal workplace environment both virtually and in-person workplace may be easier said than done. How can HR leaders strategize to design a hybrid workplace that is effective for their workforce?
Join top HR leaders at FutureWork Live to hear from key innovators in human resources leadership to discover how you can effectively manage talent and grow your workforce in a hybrid world.
You Will Learn:
Argyle Digital’s HR Leadership Forums engage senior leaders in human resources to discuss the latest trends and initiatives that are top of mind for organizations nationwide. During this full day forum, executives will network and discuss how they can lead by innovation to reimagine and build the hybrid workplace.
Attendees consist of, but are not limited to, C-Suite, VP, Head of, and Senior Directors in various roles including human resource management, talent acquisition, DEI, people an performance, HR technology, learning & development, benefits, compensation, and total rewards.
And we’re back! Well… some of us are. This Fall, organizations have invited talent to return to the office. As employees adjust and settle into the new way of work, HR leaders most remain Agile, and continue to improve their hybrid work strategies as they move forward.
In FutureWork Live’s opening session, we will analyze the employee response to hybrid work to discover how HR leaders can continuously improve their organizational design to enhance the overall employee experience.
Head Of Human Resources, Americas
A ‘great place to work’ culture is a difficult thing to create. Many companies aspire to it, but few have clarity around all the work that needs to be done to make it a reality.
With the challenges of COVID 19, the shift in how and where people work, and the Great Resignation of 2021, how can organizations overcome these obstacles and still create or maintain a ‘great place to work’ culture?
Attend this keynote session to learn:
CHRO/VP Human Resources
One of the greatest challenges of distributed work is to cultivate equal engagement and belonging in a hybrid setting. Collaboration, communication, and inclusion are key factors for optimal company performance. In a hybrid setting, it is vital for HR leaders to reimagine how to keep employees connected to their organizations to properly develop and retain existing talent.
Tune in to hear from four top executives that specialize in talent management to discover how you can broaden your human capital strategies to prioritize employee engagement and belonging.
Key takeaways include:
Organizational Effectiveness Consultant
Executive Director, HR Business Partner
Chief Employee Experience Officer
Executive Director, Employee Engagement, OCIO
Employee Engagement Director, North America
Work together with fellow attendees to brainstorn solutions, challenges and ideas for ‘return to work’ in this interactive, hands-on session.
During the lunch break, there will be an INVITATION-ONLY, closed-door roundtable session brought to you by Lyra Health. To be added to the waitlist for the session, please email TCosca@argyleforum.com.
Argyle CEO, Paul Price, will share his 2022 Outlook to help you understand HR leadership’s points of focus and what some of the key workforce priorities are for 2022.
During this informative discussion, Paul will delve into strategic insight stemming from Argyle’s Annual Executive Management Survey, including:
CEO & Chief Strategy Officer
Crafting and executing an effective leadership development program is a challenge even when all executives are in-house. In today’s geographically dispersed workplaces, assuring that leaders reach their highest potential requires careful career development planning and processes.
Attend this session to learn how to:
Global Director, Talent Management, Organizational Capabilities and Diversity
The biggest drawback of the return to work? Talent loss. Companies nationwide have opened the doors to the physical office, but employers are often finding that many employees are looking for the exit instead. It is important now more than ever to upskill talent acquisition teams to meet intense hiring demands.
In this session, innovators in talent acquisition will share best practices that they have adopted to help their companies attract new talent while strategizing to retain existing talent.
Chief Human Resources Officer
Vice President and Head of Talent Acquisition