As private companies continue to redefine work and virtual work becomes commonplace, executives are looking for ways to retain the secret sauce of their in-person workplaces. But how can they also keep the benefits of virtual as they look ahead to reopening the workplace? We’ll discuss:
- How the pandemic has changed what employees are looking for from their company’s culture
- Considerations for strengthening organizational culture today while planning for the future hybrid work environment
- Fostering equity and inclusion to evolve and reinforce organizational culture
Meet the speaker
Wolfe is the Vice Chair–US Deloitte Private Leader. In this role, he oversees the US Deloitte Private practice, which serves more than 8,000 clients including privately held businesses, family enterprises, family offices, private equity funds and related portfolio companies, emerging growth companies, and high-net worth individuals. Deloitte Private provides these organizations and individuals with audit and assurance, tax, consulting, and risk and financial advisory services to help them address today’s complex challenges and identify tomorrow’s opportunities. Wolfe is also actively engaged as a client service partner leading engagement teams that provide a variety of tax compliance and consulting services, corporate restructuring, M&A diligence and advisory services, IPO planning, and sophisticated wealth transfer planning. Prior to leading the US Deloitte Private practice, Wolfe was the US Deloitte Private Tax leader and a tax partner. With more than two decades of experience, Wolfe has served a variety of technology, life science, retail, real estate, manufacturing, and distribution clients, ranging from startup ventures to Fortune 500 multinational organizations. He has concentrated his professional efforts on advising complex, privately held organizations and in-bound companies.
Jeff leads human resources (HR) research for Deloitte. An expert in building the capabilities of corporate HR teams, Jeff transforms HR professionals from process-oriented practitioners into strategic partners who are able to compete in complex global talent markets. His ability to combine research with innovative development activities was honed through experience as a faculty member in human resources development at Al Akhawayn University in Morocco. Also former head of human capital at IMPAQ International, Jeff has a Bachelor of Arts in English literature from the University of Washington, a Master of Science in organizational development and strategic human resources from Johns Hopkins University, and a doctorate in human and organizational learning from The George Washington University.
Burt serves clients in the Life Sciences sector to help them overcome organizational challenges as they implement new strategies, processes, structures, and systems for their organizations. Burt has led engagements on organizational culture, learning and leadership development, organization structure and role design, change management, communications, hybrid and virtual work, workforce/employee experience, and talent strategy for numerous global companies. Burt leads Deloitte Consulting’s US Culture Transformation offering, which provides methods and tools for assessing and shaping organizational culture (behaviors, values, and beliefs). How organizations curate and evolve their cultures to enable business strategy and capture new opportunities materially differentiates their performance in the market. Burt also hosts Deloitte’s Human Capital HR Executives Dbriefs series, a monthly webcast on emerging Human Capital issues and trends, and he co-hosts Deloitte’s Capital H podcast which brings together leaders and luminaries to discuss key challenges and emerging solutions in Human Capital.