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Navigating what’s next
As AI, robotics, and automation proliferate, the human element of organizations becomes more, not less, important. How can a continuous learning environment contribute to developing a digital-ready, future-facing workforce guided by exponential leadership capabilities? Participants will explore how continuous learning can help organizational leaders rethink the way they compose, develop, and incentivize the workforce in an era of technological disruption.
Financial concerns can negatively affect worker well-being. As part of a broad-based approach to worker well-being, some organizations are helping workers address their finances, financial decisions, and save for retirement, with positive impacts on productivity, engagement, and health. Participants will learn how companies are improving worker engagement, experience, and performance through focus on financial wellness and overall well-being.
Increasingly, business leaders are asked to develop perspectives on external and internal trends that can help anticipate in real time the demands of the evolving workforce. How can a new approach to workforce analytics help leaders drive through today’s rampant disruption? Participants will learn practical ways workforce analytics can answer strategic workforce questions, even ones that haven’t yet been asked.
A shift is underway as businesses go beyond corporate responsibility to become social enterprises, actively listening to the world around them to better understand and support their stakeholder networks. What trends are unfolding and what steps are companies taking? Participants will hear results of the 7th Annual Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends research and gain insights to prepare for what’s next.
Reimagining HR: The future of the enterprise demands it
February 13, 2019
The longevity dividend: Managing workers in an era of 100-year lives
December 12, 2018
AI, robotics, and automation: Putting humans in the loop
October 10, 2018