Organizations nationwide are preparing to turn the page on the next chapter of the American workforce, and many elements that existed prior to the pandemic may never be the same.
Over the last year and a half, Human Resources executives have adopted an Agile management methodology to navigate change, adopt rapidly advancing technology, and prioritize cultural and diversity values to attract, retain, and develop talent. As the world begins to return to some sense of normalcy, leaders must ask themselves – how can we lead by innovation to reimagine and build the next new normal?
Engage with leading professionals at the HR Leadership Forum on September 14th to discover:
HR leaders have been on a roller coaster of change since March 2020. As vaccination rates increase and companies get ready to open their doors, HR leaders are faced with another challenge: designing the optimal hybrid workplace.
In this session, you will discover the key considerations to design and execute a hybrid workforce strategy that captures your organization’s values and company culture.
Global Head of People Analytics & HR Technology
2020 challenged us all to adapt in a crisis, but it also shed a light on mental health struggles that existed long before the pandemic. In a global survey of thousands of workers, one message was clear: work stress is among the biggest concerns in their lives. But the impact of burnout reaches far beyond morale. When employees don’t have the tools to develop resilience against stress, the entire business suffers.
Join this eye-opening session to discover how you can create a stronger organization through a culture of empathy.
You will learn:
Chief Business Officer
Technology is the lifeline of a flexible, digital workforce. Today’s employee needs to be Agile and able to continuously upskill to advance in a workplace that is dominated by AI and revolutionary technology.
Change and rapid adoption can be exhausting for employees, so how can HR leaders develop a culture that is proactive and supportive of efforts to upskill and reskill talent?
In this session, top leaders in learning and development reveal how to build high-performing teams to cultivate a continuously learning culture.
CEO and Executive Coach
Director, Global Learning & Development
Head of Talent Development
Global Head of Learning & Leadership Development
Your talent pool is only as strong as the data behind the people. In the hybrid workforce, it is more important than ever to develop a strong advanced analytics framework to properly manage and improve existing talent, and to identify where gaps in development in the talent infrastructure may exist.
In this closing session, experts analyze how innovations in people analytics can be instrumental to help your efforts to retain talent and maximize performance.
Global Head of People
Head of People Analytics, NA
Director - People Analytics
Director - Talent & Culture | Analytics and Behavior Change
This will be an INVITATION-ONLY session brought to you by Workplace from Facebook. To be added to the waitlist for the session, please email TCosca@argyleforum.com.
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Credit Hours Awarded: 2.50
Credit Type: HR (General)
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