Despite the disruption of 2020 many organisations have proven their ability to adapt and change the way they work. As societies begin to reopen, organisations must avoid the temptation to revert back to old ways of working and instead continue to develop their ‘Digital DNA’. Given the acceleration of change driven by COVID-19 and the impact on Work, the Workforce and the Workplace, we are excited to be hosting a European-wide webinar to discuss how organisations and leaders across the C-suite are preparing for the Future of Work in the long-term. Join our conversation with the CHRO, CIO and CEO on European webinar.
In our latest Global Human Capital Trends Survey, Executives across Europe identified “the ability of their people to adapt, reskill, and assume new roles” as critical to navigating future disruptions. Furthermore, over 40% of European organisations stated they will prioritise “building an organisational culture that celebrates growth, adaptability and resilience” when transforming work.
With this in mind, we will be deep diving into the trends we see as being vital when preparing for the Future of Work, covering the following topics:
- Accelerating being digital: Evolving your organisation’s Digital DNA to empower humans to work in digital ways across the ecosystem, organisation, leadership, teams, and as individuals
- Beyond reskilling: An adaptable workforce is critical for organisational resilience and reskilling should be a top priority going forward
- Humanising transformation: Ensuring humans are central to transformation across Work, Workforce and Workplace
- The symbiotic relationship between the CHRO, CIO and CEO: It's more important than ever to collaborate across leadership to power the Future of Work.
This engaging and thought-provoking session will be hosted by Philippe Burger, Partner and Human Capital Consulting Lead at Deloitte France and Shivani Maitra, Partner and Global Human Capital Growth Lead at Deloitte UK. Our hosts will be joined by a CHRO, CIO and CEO to hear their perspectives on how they are planning for the Future of Work.