Through and Beyond a Crisis
How to build upon the lessons and learnings from the largest virtual work experiment .
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After the Crisis. Then what?
Many organisations and their leaders are struggling today with tough decisions on managing work in the "new normal" of post-Covid. But what will happen to the virtual work that, out of necessity, we all embraced? It is clear that the behaviors and preferences of both employees and their leaders around the world are changing. To understand how, our guest speakers have conducted a survey of nearly 500 senior business and HR professionals a few weeks ago. In this webinar, they will share the findings of this survey.
Four clear scenarios emerged. They will discuss each of those and match those to specific practical recommendations that organizational leaders can easily follow. In addition, they will discuss the “no-regret investments” that any organisation should consider to maximise the learnings from the largest virtual work experiment.
Angela Lane and Sergey Gorbatov are practising senior executives in talent management, researchers, and authors of FairTalk: Three Steps to Powerful Feedback.
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Thursday, 25 June
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Professor of HR & Organisational Development
IE Business School.
Senior Executive in Talent Management, Researcher and Author.
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