In 2020 we all learned the hard way, that an environment can shift from moment to moment. And we learned that paths and time frames to achieving one’s goals must then shift as well. However, having a plan to deal with the unexpected, as important as it is, is not the only thing organizations need in such times. What is truly fundamental is making an ultimate mindset shift: from a focus on surviving to the pursuit of thriving.
Deep dive into three workforce strategies to watch in 2021
As a result of the changes last year, the Human Capital Report from Deloitte took a different approach in 2021. Instead of the normal report, they explored the journey from surviving to thriving through the lens of five different workforce strategies.
At this NOCA event we will make a deep dive into these findings and explore three key 2021 Human Capital Trends:
1. Designing work for well-being: the end of work/life balance
- As the lines between work and life blurred even further during COVID-19, leaders moved from prioritizing work-life balance to designing well-being into work-and life-itself. Organizations that integrate well-being into the design og work at the individual, team and organizational level will build a sustainable future where workers can feel and perform at their best.
2. Beyond reskilling: Unleasing worker potential
- During COVID 19, leaders called upon workers to expand their roles to whatever needed to be done, and workers rose to the challenge. Worker agency and choice during the pandemic showed that workers can fulfill their potential in ways that leaders may never have known they could, positioning the organization to thrive in the long term.
3. Accelerating the shift to re-architecting work
- COVID 19 thrust HR to the forefront of organizations’ efforts to survive the crises – and gained greater credibility in doing so. Now, HR has the opportunity to build on its newly enhanced position to shift its role from managing workers to re-architecting work, driving better outcomes that position organizations to thrive.
At the event, you will have the opportunity to participate in peer-discussions about the conclusions of the report, as well as gain insights into how these trends have affected the workplace now and will do so in the future.
Jass Dhanoa, Senior Manager, Deloitte Denmark
Jass leads the Next Gen HR Transformation team in Denmark and brings international and cross-industry experience in his advisory roles. Jass’ primary focus is to help Human Capital clients navigate future disruptions and activate a shift towards enhanced and optimised HR service delivery.
Lene is a Senior Manager within the Organisational Transformation practice in Deloitte Denmark, where she has been for almost 5 years. Previously, she has worked with change management and development at Carlsberg and Dong Energy. She has experience with and specializes in organizational change and development, including organizational change management, people development and learning.
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