HR LAB online: Expotential HR and Human Capital Trends 2021

How to expand focus and extend influence

Free webinar: 18th February, 2021, 15:45 – 17.00

HR operating models have evolved over decades with a trajectory of increasing business impact marked by changing brands from “personnel department” to “human resources” to “people function” and “employee experience.” The function has advanced from necessary administrator to a supporting function with a seat at the table, to business partner, and—in some cases—to trusted adviser.

Today, enterprises are swimming through nearly constant change. Disruption is simultaneously affecting the enterprise and its workforce with increasing demands from customers, constant productivity pressure from competitors, and threats from unexpected entrants to their markets. Digitization and personalization of our daily lives coupled with the introduction of enabling technologies in the workplace at an unprecedented pace and scale create wholesale changes in the landscape of business.

What we are going to talk about:

  • Why revolutionary change is a must for HR to drive tangible work outcomes?
  • Why reimagining the work of HR is paramount and demands dynamic and digital ways of working?
  • What HR superjobs and new capabilities really are?
  • What will characterize expotential HR professionals and the enterprises they are part of?
  • How will the pandemic affect human capital trends in 2021?


18th February, 2021

Contact person:
Magdalena Gronert



We meet remotely: February 18th, 2021, at 03:45-05:00pm (CET)/ 09:45-11:00am (ET)
Participation in the event is free.
The meeting will be held in English.

The webinar is aimed at:

Representatives of management boards and leaders responsible for human capital (including HR, Employer Branding, Talent Management, Recruitment, Human Resources), people responsible for innovation and digital transformation of their companies.

Special guest:

Arthur H. Mazor

Global HR Transformation Leader

Principal | Human Capital

If you know people who might be interested in the topic of the webinar, please send them a link to the registration page.

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