AC2021 - 118: COVID-19: The Great Catalyst for Reinventing Work
2021 Annual Conference
Qualifies for CPD hours - Organizational Effectiveness - Talent Management - Workforce Planning
For years, we have been speaking about the VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) world we live and work in and the need for organizations to reinvent how we manage work. Enter the Coronavirus of 2019-20, and suddenly, leaders were forced to manage remote work, implement technology for communication, and connect in new ways. In this session, we look at the lessons we can learn and how to reinvent work in a sustainable, effective manner.
- Key components of a high performing workforce in a VUCA world
- How to build trust and human connection when working remotely
- Lessons learned from rapid change during the Coronavirus crisis
- Habits we want to keep after the crisis is over
Blue Rebel Works
After more than a dozen years in HR and training leadership roles, Pam Ross quit the corporate world with a mission to improve people’s lives by making work awesome.
As a speaker, Pam shares facts, personal stories and examples of how cutting-edge leaders and organizations are pushing the boundaries on how work is managed. Pam’s contagious enthusiasm and focus on action leaves audiences ready to make positive change.
Her company, Blue Rebel Works, provides leadership and culture development for growing organizations who want to humanize work. Participants in Blue Rebel workshops leave inspired to try something new, to achieve their potential, and to make a positive impact on those around them. Their programs have a proven track record for increasing trust, communication and team effectiveness.