18 Jan.

Global Human Capital Trends: New fundamentals for a boundaryless world

HR Executives

Wednesday, 02:00 p.m.  ET | 1 hr
Credits offered: CPE Event language: English

Participants will gain insights from Deloitte’s 2023 Global Human Capital Trends Report.

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Key takeaways

Host: David Mallon, Vice President, Deloitte Consulting LLP

Presenters: Yves Van Durme, Partner, Deloitte Consulting LLP
                      Kraig Eaton, Partner, Deloitte Consulting LLP
                      Michael Griffiths, Partner, Deloitte Consulting LLP
                      Nic Scoble-Williams, Partner, Deloitte Consulting LLP

1.0 Overview CPE credit | HR/Personnel

The boundaries that once dictated when, where, and how work is completed are disappearing. Our 2023 Global Human Capital Trends report: New fundamentals for a boundaryless world, explores how organizations can navigate a boundaryless world. To forge a path in this dynamic world, our report uncovers a new set of fundamentals that organizations must adopt. We’ll discuss:​

  • Thinking like a researcher to learn, adapt, and improve processes and outcomes
  • Co-creating new rules of working relationships and how work will be done 
  • Prioritizing human outcomes into new ways of working to create a clear, collective purpose

Meet the speakers

David Mallon

David Mallon

Vice President and Chief Analyst

David, a vice president with Deloitte Consulting LLP, is Chief Analyst and market leader for Deloitte’s Insights2Action team. He and the Insights2Action team help clients to sense, analyze, and act—with purpose and precision—at the ever shifting intersection of work, workforce, workplace, and industry. Part of Deloitte since 2013, David is the former Head of Research for Bersin. He brings more than 20 years of experience in human capital and is a sought-after researcher, thought leader, and speaker on organization design, organizational culture, HR, talent, learning, and performance. David is an author of Deloitte’s annual Global Human Capital Trends study and a co-host of the Capital H podcast.

Yves Van Durme

Yves Van Durme

Global Organisation Transformation Leader

Yves is the Global Organisation Transformation Leader and is a partner in the North & South Europe Consulting practice of Deloitte. He has been leading the Strategic Change team on a journey to change 'Change'. Yves is specialised in Cultural Transformation, Leadership & Organisational Development and (data-driven) People Strategy, and has over 20 years’ experience as a consultant, project manager and program developer for Human Capital projects for multiple European, Japanese, American and Belgian multinationals. Based on his experience coaching high performance sports, he has an affinity for leadership and organisational development. Previously, Yves was the Business Unit Director ‘Talent Management’ for Hudson BNL where he was involved from a content and management perspective with HR strategy, competency and performance management, career counseling, assessments, management development, organisation and change.

Kraig Eaton

Kraig Eaton

Principal | Deloitte Consulting LLP

Kraig is a principal in Deloitte Consulting LLP's US Human Capital service area and serves as the co-lead of the Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends team. Kraig has more than 28 years of experience working with senior business and HR executives to transform their Human Capital strategies and capabilities to better support the business goals of the organization. Specifically supporting some of the world's leading organizations on efforts spanning the full spectrum of HR and workforce transformations; from upfront strategy development through large-scale operating model, organization, and technology implementations.

Michael Griffiths

Michael Griffiths

Principal, Lead for Workforce Development Practice

Michael is a partner in Deloitte’s Workforce Transformation practice; specifically leading Deloitte’s Workforce Development market offerings. With a global team, these offerings drive the market in learning transformations, knowledge management, leadership development and assisting clients to become skills- based. He is also the co-lead for Deloitte’s Human Capital Trends research and report. Griffiths is well published in the field of learning and talent, and is the leading market voice on becoming a skills-based organization.

Nicole Scoble-Williams

Nicole Scoble-Williams

Partner, Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting

Nic is an Executive Advisor on the Future of Work and passionate about making work better for humans and humans better at work, using technology to enable and elevate human experiences, performance and outcomes. With more than twenty years' cross-industry experience in Information Technology Services, Total Talent Management, Human Capital Advisory and Mergers & Acquisitions, Nic works with businesses and governments to embed Future of Work vision into enterprise, business, technology and workforce strategies. Nic is based in Tokyo and is Deloitte’s global leader for the Future of Work. With her global experience, Nic’s work regularly focuses on global transformation and multilateralism, helping drive collective action across governments, the private sector and civil society, to transform the challenges of today around climate change, inequalities and the emergence of digital technologies, into tomorrow’s opportunities. Nic engages with the multilateral system to help provide equal access to opportunities for all, and position workers to thrive in the green and digital economies where decent work and lifelong learning are key to putting humans at the centre to pave the path for a future world that is sustainable, equitable and inclusive. Nic is a regular speaker and author on the key shifts transforming the future of work and the new opportunities and aspirations they present for making work better for humans and humans better at work.   Related services Future of Work (Deloitte US)

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