Thinkers50 LinkedIn Live: The Human-Centric Enterprise
In the post-pandemic era, the nature of work is being reinvented. The needs and aspirations of people are shaping best practices, rather than balance sheets or restrictive notions of efficiency. This shift acknowledges the rapid evolution of technologies and places them in the human context as enablers of human achievement – rather than replacements for people.
The human-centric enterprise requires management of the highest level. It demands the honesty and bravery to tackle fundamental questions: how work is done, what the work is, who does the work and the increasingly important why of work. These questions lie at the heart of how we can create workplaces of the future, geared to maximizing human potential as well as making profits.
During a unique LinkedIn Live event on 12 June, experts will share their insights and research into the emerging world of work. Ravin Jesuthasan, CFA, FRSA, Mercer’s Global Transformation Services Leader and co-author of international bestseller Work Without Jobs, will examine how forward-thinking organizations are redesigning work for greater human-centricity to achieve greater resilience, agility and flexibility. Kate Bravery, Global Advisory Solutions and Insights Leader at Mercer, will look at how ‘relatable organizations’ are winning the hearts and minds of their employees by focusing on their health, well-being and sustainable ways of working.
This conversation about the unfolding nature of work will be moderated by Thinkers50 co-founder Des Dearlove.