New skills are needed for success in the Future of Work. Companies must execute effective workforce assessments to establish what skills they have and where the current workforce falls short in order to set new aims for the organization and understand how people are going to drive business growth.
Workforce assessments can be complex. When done right, however, they have the potential to give the organization a better understanding of their current identity and where they need to improve to create the one they want.
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HR’s newfound seat at the leadership table will see the department placed under increased pressure to reshape the human side of workplace. Transforming how people work, the way roles are defined, the skills required for those roles and the way people interact within the organization is all on HR’s plate in the coming years.
In this session, we’ll look at how HR can take control of the people side of the business to help the organization meet its goals and adapt to new ways of working.
· Take on the role of workplace transformer by gaining a new understanding of how to develop roles and assess skills
· Learn how to redefine roles and job descriptions to cultivate and attain adaptable, high skill employees
· Understand how workflows are changing and how HR can help manage those changes on the ground level.
High performance cultures will drive a tremendous amount of change in the workforce and establish new norms in the coming years. To create it, HR teams have a great deal to consider, from developing new leaders to adopting the right technology to facilitate success and create a sense of empowerment and authority among employees wanting to innovate and lead.
In this session, we’ll take a closer look at how HR can drive a high performance culture and inspire the kind of organizational agility needed to succeed in modern business.