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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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Angela Lane, Senior Executive in Talent Management, Researcher and Author
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Angela Lane

Senior Executive in Talent Management, Researcher and Author

Angelas Lane heads up Talent & Development for AbbVie where she works since 2013.

Her team manages the practices and processes that drive individual, team and organizational performance. Through Talent Management, Leadership and Development, Executive Development and Talent Insights, they create solutions that enable business leaders to Raise the Bar on performance and deliver goals. Angela

Angela is experienced in highly competitive business environments, encompassing 60 plus markets and more than 40,000 employees, and prior to joining abbvie she has a proven track record leading international HR functions and centers of excellence with senior roles at Avon Cosmetics, Sara Lee International, and H.J. Heinz

Angela has worked in Australia, the UK, the Netherlands, New York City, and she is currently based in Chicago.

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Sergey Gorbatov, Professor of HR & Organisational Development IE Business School
Meet our Guest

Sergey Gorbatov

Professor of HR & Organisational Development IE Business School

Dr. Sergey Gorbatov is a teacher, speaker and researcher on the complex sciences of leadership, organizational behavior and human resources. He is also the director of Talent Management at AbbVie where he leads and supports a team of professionals who are responsible for the talent management portfolio across the world.

Sergey earned his MA in Linguistics and Intercultural Communication at Orel State University in Russia, complemented with an MBA from IE Business School in Madrid, Spain. He obtained his Ph.D. in Management at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

With over 15 years of experience, Sergey has delivered results in a wide spectrum of roles ranging from HR Operations to Compensation & Benefits, Talent Management, Leadership, and Organization Effectiveness with first-hand knowledge of operating in multinational matrix environments at companies like AbbVie, PMI and Shell where he coaches executives leveraging instruments like Hogan (HPI, HDS, MVPI), Voices360, Leadership Versatility Index 360, viaEdge, and KornFerry Leadership Architect.

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