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Employee Engagement: The Nexus between the Next Normal & Business Success
May 28 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Starting over is usually met with fear and trepidation however we are in a season where re-starting is vital to success in life and business. The current season is one that requires us to think differently, recalibrate our mindset relative to how we drive our businesses, how we engage talent, how we realign our structure, and develop talent in the process. It is a season that requires us to be nimble and agile as we live and succeed in the next normal. The new thinking that has to come out is: organizations that will be successful are those who recognize opportunities, those who move quickly to design and implement new business models that meet the needs of a rapidly evolving internal and external customer/client base. Those capable of understanding and tapping into changing employee expectations in this new normal.
This webinar featuring global HR experts will provide a blended perspective from global leaders around the world who will offer catalytic solutions for re-starting where we move from talking to doing, re-socializing leaders, and exploring real solutions for success.
This virtual event is organized by the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission and is being executed as a lead-up to the Sustainable Development Movement (SDM) Summit scheduled for September 23-24, 2020. Within the context of SDG 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth), the engagement, development and enriching of human capital is paramount to achieving this. In this regard, a key learning track at #SDM 2020 will focus on Investing in Human Capital and Creating an Unmatched Skills Ecosystem. This zooms in on investments that companies, governments and nations need to provide in order to ensure that human capital is empowered to create economic value.
Alvin Day, Jason Lauritsen, Chris Gillet, Gale Jean Baptiste, Marsha Lewis, Ken Wright and Jennifer Mullen.
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