Date: June 29 | Time: 16:00 – 17:15
What are HR departments doing to cope with the dual requirement of job redesign and keeping up with the latest productivity tools and how are HR leaders stepping up to showcase the strategic value to their organisations?
The past weeks/months have shown how important, and how productive, digitalisation can be. In fact, the majority of HR leaders understand that never before has the urgency to, and in many cases, the ease of transforming their workforce, been more apparent. Unfortunately, along with the need to digitalise and transform the workplace is the need to digitalise and transform HR itself. Manging the intersection of job responsibilities redesign and the selection of tools that will truly lead to more effective and productive organisations is a strategic and, at the same time, very tactical requirement.
Introduction & Wrap-Up Comments: Darren Robinson, Managing Partner | Luxembourg | Recruitment & Executive Search | Anderson Wise
Géraldine Hassler, Head of People & Culture chez KPMG Luxembourg
Astrid Mayrhofer, Head of Human Resources – Apex Group Ltd (Luxembourg Branch)
Tetyana Karpenko, CEO of THE LOUPE
Moderator: Lisa Francis-Jennings (Tyoch.com)
Moderator Support: Ainsley Francis
The virtual event”HR: High Tech to Human Touch” is the first in the series #Curating Covid19, brought to you by:
- Anderson Wise (the wise choice for recruitment & executive search)
- Tyoch.com (a one-stop-shop for organisations to find high-quality trainers and coaches who meet all their needs)
Format: Virtual Kitchen Table Conversation (KTC)
The KTC is simple, reliable, and repeatable. Because it is a genuine conversation, it is also always fleeting, always surprising, and occasionally brilliantly chaotic.
Grounded solidly in Appreciative Inquiry, and Solution Focused Coaching, the KTC methodology grew organically out of a deep belief that innate social interaction structures could be scaled up and leveraged for facilitating meaningful (fact-finding, feedback, discussion and problem-solving) conversations within organizations. KTC is more fun and more powerful than most constructed models for interaction and dialogue. Why wouldn’t we want to use it if we could figure out how to convert the apparent chaos of conversation into a reliable platform? The biggest surprise about KTCs is how very easy they look.
- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 75 minutes
- Skill level All levels
- Students 36
- Assessments Yes