COVID19: Workforce of the Future – Presented by Capco

Jun 13, 2020

Webinar on 24 June 2020 @ 11am. This discussion (45 minutes to 1 hour), led by Capco, will consider how people approach the ‘new normal’ and prepare for the future of work....

 

Target audience – all roles across the organisation.

COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the Financial Services Industry, having to adjust to new working environments, organisations have had to respond quickly and rapidly implement remote working.

The current environment presents immediate challenges and imperatives, but also provides an opportunity to think holistically and longer-term about talent and location strategies that strengthen employee engagement and productivity.

This discussion (approx. 45 minutes to 1 hour), led by Capco, will consider how people approach the ‘new normal’ and prepare for the future of work. With a focus on:

  • COVID19 impact on our ways of working and accelerated remote adoption
    • How firms are managing remote work effectiveness 
    • How they expect future ways of working to evolve
    • How firms are re-thinking their long-term talent and location strategy 
  • Achieving Workforce Transformation: This is achieved by thinking about the future strategically whilst solving current issues following a more tactical approach.
  • Modern Leadership
    • How can leaders successfully navigate this challenging and evolving transition
  • Building high-performing virtual teams for the long-haul
    • Culture and connection in remote work
    • Importance of employee experience and personal well-being

 

SIO Members can register for the webinar by logging into the members section, clicking on the Events Tab and selecting this webinar.

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