12 September, 2018 | (01 hr)
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We work today in an increasingly digital world. Machine learning and mobile technology are among the many innovations that are transforming work and augmenting human capability. Technology is bringing global industries together and changing the competitive landscape.
As our traditional notions of jobs and full-time employment are shifting, companies are weighing their strategies for the future and enabling new approaches to how work is organized. Join us to explore the realities of and possibilities for the Future of Work, with an emphasis on what strategies organizations can use to not just survive but thrive in these exciting times.
Insights from this webcast:
- Understand the five key forces of change that we believe are the basis of work, skills, talent, and rewards
- Learn steps to best compete and thrive in an all-inclusive global talent market
- Identify how your business needs will evolve and the opportunities that lie ahead for HR when it comes to digital innovation, skills, and jobs.
Who Should Attend: This content is focused for leaders—C-level, heads, and VPs—in the strategy, human capital, talent, rewards, and benefits function of the organization.
Lesli Jennings is a Senior Director in Willis Towers Watson’s Talent Management & Organizational Alignment practice in Chicago. She leads client engagements to create and deliver solutions to attract, engage, develop and reward talent. Her primary goal is to provide innovative – y...Full Bio
Renée Smith leads Willis Towers Watson’s Future of Work practice in North America. Since joining the firm in 1998, she has worked with major organizations around the world. Renée started her career in the compensation practice, and consults at the intersection of talent and re...Full Bio
James O’Hern is Executive Director of Member Engagement for the Human Capital Practice at The Conference Board. In this role he coordinates Human Capital Conferences, and Senior Management Councils, as well as interfaces closely on research topic selection and dissemination.