Guest Speakers: John Amaechi OBE, Organisational Psychologist and Founder APS Intelligence and
Michiel Verhoeven, UKI Managing Director at SAP.
As we continue to adapt to the changing conditions created by the pandemic, a raging debate is taking place on what the world of work should look like. Is it virtual, should we all return to the office, is it something in between – that debate will rage for some time. The other major debate raging is less about where we work, but how we work. The sheer impact of the pandemic has created a pendulum shift in what is important to people today when it comes to work? Our expectations and preferences have been changing for some time – but the spotlight is now firmly fixed on how we create the future of work, both physically and culturally.
In this episode we are going to explore some of these questions from a couple of perspectives – firstly how are organisations reimagining their workforce proposition – ranging from evaluating the workplace experience, bringing in new leadership models and how success is measured – but we will also look at the question through the eyes of the individual. We have seen the very best of the human spirit over the last few years with amazing contributions from all walks of life – looking to make a difference, big and small. Despite great adversity – the will from people to make a difference and to achieve something will never die. There are many problems to solve and people are willing and wanting to step up.
How we work in the future will be different, old structures will be different and we need to look very differently at how organisations will succeed by truly leveraging the individual contributions and brilliance of all employees.
Key Topics :
What is changing? What is Different? What does it Really Mean?
Our perspectives on the importance of culture to individual and organisational success?
How are organisations culturally reimagining the future world of work?
How are we redesigning our approaches to leadership?
How can organisations truly capitalise on the collective brilliance of its workforce?
We will look practically at the transformation happening within SAP UKI and what it means organisationally but also to the individuals?
A sharing of top tips, hints and wisdom!