Workplace Origami: Making Sense of the Forces Resetting the (Remote) Workplace (Webinar)
October 13, 2022
Member Fee (Live or Recording): $165 per connection
Non-Member Fee (Live or Recording): $265 per connection
Have you noticed a change in talent management and other people matters during the pandemic? Have you struggled with remote workplaces and sustaining organizational culture? Is your work planning become even more difficult with staff in the office and some remote? During this session, Dr. Alexander Alonso, SHRM Chief Knowledge Officer, will provide specific data indicating the importance of great human capital management practices delivered across the globe. More importantly, Dr. Alonso will discuss major trends impacting the way many organizations respond to remote work culture and the effects felt by all. He will share how industry leaders have morphed "their workplaces" during the last 18 months. He will also share specific examples of organizations thriving during the workplace revolution leaving us all twisting and bending to create cultures akin to a work of art.
- Define the evolution of major trends shaping the future of work in the face of the reimagination
- Identify the role leaders can play in reinventing the enterprise and its culture along with practical guidance for setting remote workplace strategy
- Build effective strategies for managing the workforce facing their own reset
Human Resources Officers and Staff, Executive Level Staff
Alexander Alonso, PhD, SHRM-SCP is the Society for Human Resource Management's (SHRM's) Chief Knowledge Officer leader research, insights, and innovation functions, as well as the SHRM Foundation. His career portfolio includes more than $100 million across new revenue streams based upon practical thought leadership designed to make better workplaces for a more inclusive world. In fact, Dr. Alonso was recognized as an inaugural member of the Blue-Ribbon Commission on Racial Equity in the Workplace, a coalition designed to foster equitable and inclusive cultures. His research has been featured in numerous outlets including USA Today, NBC News, BBC, CNN, and more. He has served as a member of several speakers bureaus with more than 400 speaking engagements over the last decade being called “one of the most effective communicators of data in recent memory by HR Magazine.