How can an industry known for a traditional working culture meet the digital and talent demands of the future, brought further to light by COVID-19? Explore the energy, resources, and industrials (ER&I) industry perspective on Deloitte’s 2020 Human Capital Trends report. We’ll discuss:
- Human Capital trends from an ER&I industry perspective.
- The impact of COVID-19 to the ER&I industry workplace.
- How ER&I organizations can benefit by focusing on human capital trends.
Meet the speakers
Brad is a principal in Deloitte Consulting and leads Deloitte’s US Human Capital practice for Power, Utilities & Renewables. Brad is also the local service area champion for Deloitte’s 400+ strong Chicago Human Capital practice. With more than 20 years of leadership, organizational change management, and strategy experience, Brad is focused on helping organizations and individuals navigate large-scale transformations in the power and utilities industry. His experience is centered mostly around the organizational side of cybersecurity driven transformations, regulatory driven transformations, culture transformations, organization design, change management, mergers and acquisitions, talent management, technology adoption (CIS, Smart Grid, ERP, etc.), and leadership alignment. Brad holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of New Brunswick (Canada), a Bachelor of Science in biochemistry from the University of Ottawa (Canada), and is a 2014 Fellow of Leadership Greater Chicago. Brad is also a retired Canadian Navy Sub-Lieutenant.
Jessica Britton Cantrell
Jessica is a leader in Deloitte’s Human Capital Consulting practice, focused on delivering future focused people solutions across the oil, gas, and chemicals industry. She specializes in the design and integration of digital delivery solutions to enable workforce experience and drive measurable results. Jessica has extensive experience in strategy and business case development, operating model and organization design and implementation enabled by cloud and emerging technologies. Her experience spans North and Latin America, the Middle East, Europe, Eurasia, and Asia Pacific in leadership of global corporate transformation engagements. Jessica holds a bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University and a Master of Business Administration from Our Lady of the Lake University.