Join us for a 3 part series which will address the challenges to remote work from the point of view of employers, employees and cybersecurity with a specific focus on the implications for the banking and financial sector.

Professionally, 2020 highlighted the precarity of jobs, the disparity between remote-enabled teams, those whose jobs could not be done virtually, and those whose companies were ill-equipped for the transition. During this three-part series we will break down three facets of the future of work, from three unique perspectives: employers, employees and a focus on cybersecurity. Each panel discussion will convene innovators who are actively challenging the status quo to build the workplace of tomorrow, today.

 

 

➤ Part 1, Wednesday, February 3rd: Employers 

Key topics: Retention schemes, maintaining company culture, productivity gains, legal and financial implications of a remote workforce.

➤ Part 2, Thursday, February 18th: Employees 

Key topics: Job portability, collective bargaining and worker’s voice, upskilling, maintaining your career trajectory, the future of international careers, wellbeing and cultural adaptability.

➤ Part 3, Thursday, March 4th: Cybersecurity 

Key topics: “Digital by Default” (remote-only offices), specific implications for the financial sector, protecting your data, security of IoT devices, VPNs.

 

Meet Part 2 Speakers:


Eric

 

(Moderator) Eric Novello is Head of Business Development, Groupe HN USA, a firm specializing in IT consulting and digital transformation.

As a recruiter, Eric helps HN Services advise clients from tech innovators to financial institutions and more in their strategic search for talent and guides candidates through new and exciting stages in their careers. Eric is a graduate of the Ohio State University and studied at EM Lyon. 

 

 

Isabelle

Isabelle Grenier, President & Founder, Team Effectiveness Consultant, Acepoint Consulting. Following more than  two decades of top-level experience in the corporate realm, Isabelle formed the company in an effort to give her clients the agility and flexibility they required in order to scale, grow, and evolve into the future. Isabelle holds a Management and Business Engineer master’s degree, having graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium. She also studied Business Administration at the National University of Singapore. As a professional executive coach certified by the International Coach Federation (ICF), Isabelle’s expertise includes many years in the corporate world where she held progressive IT, logistics, supply chain management, and marketing roles for major multi-national organizations, including Procter and Gamble and IBM. In addition, she has also held executive positions at partner level with international executive search firms Amrop and Korn Ferry International. 

 

Katherine

Katherine  King is the Founder and CEO of Invisible Culture, a leading corporate consultant who combines various behavioral sciences in her groundbreaking Interaction Intelligence Quotient (IIQ) training method, which relies on the Perspective Sciences.  She is a Diversity and Inclusion specialist with a focus on global workplace dynamics. Her experiential approach has been integral to the increased competency development and success of many complex and sensitive international negotiations, in addition to executive and family expatriation and repatriation programs. Her national areas of expertise include the United States, India, Singapore, Japan, China, Australia and Costa Rica. She is the author of the online training tool - Culture Detective, Costa Rica.  

 

Debra

Debra Wein is CEO and Founder of Wellness Workdays. Debra has over 20 years of experience working in the health and wellness industry. She is a nationally recognized expert on health and wellness designing award-winning programs for organizations across the country. Wellness Workdays is currently embarking on a research project with its partner, Harvard School of Public Health and its client, BJ's Wholesale Club. The study is currently funded with approximately $2.5 million in funds from sources including The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, JPAL, an MIT affiliate, CIGNA and NBER (Harvard). The goal is to study the effectiveness of worksite wellness programs on employee health, productivity and ROI.

 

 

Allie

Allie LaVista serves as a Human Resources Business Partner for Danone North America, bringing 10+ years of HR and leadership experience to the team. Prior to joining Danone, Allie started her career with Target in retail management most recently leading a 38-million-dollar store in CT. While obtaining her Master of Science in Human Resource Management (MSHRM) she pursued a career in corporate HR with Nestlé. Currently as Danone’s HRBP, she supports the following teams: Yogurt Brand Marketing, Marketing Analytics, Media Connections, and Danone Manifesto Ventures. Allie is a strategic leader for her clients partnering on people strategy, team engagement, talent and change management, coaching, and culture building. Allie is passionate about people, their careers, and their development.

 

 


Brought to you by the HR & Mobility and Young Executive Committees.


 

When
February 18th, 2021 12:00 PM   through   1:00 PM
Location
Online
United States
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