Reimagining leadership, collaboration, productivity and the workplace
October 12th-14th 2022
As organisations and governments emerge from the pandemic-driven crucible of 2020 and 2021, the experience offers ample material for reflection on how leaders and workers alike can face a newly challenging geopolitical and economic climate.
[email protected] Asia 2022 will examine how stakeholders in the world of work have adapted to new workplace realities, how operations and practices have changed, and how the disruptions and innovations of the past two years have shaped society. Experts, business leaders and policymakers will discuss emerging trends, what fresh challenges and implications they pose for organisational life and performance, and what the future of work holds for people, technology and processes.
Join me for the session “Tuning in to NextGen workforces” on Friday, at 1.05pm Singapore time
Gen Zs have been portrayed in a challenging light in the media as the newest cohort in the workforce – from their perspectives on work, their needs and behaviours, to what motivates them and what they expect from potential employers. Are such characterisations and narratives helpful? How should organisations and employers attune and navigate relationships with future employees constructively? Can data or technology play a role in helping employers to bring out the best from their next gen workers?
● Kelvin Kong, Global chief people and culture officer, Homage Group
● Anita Lettink, Partner, Strategic Management Centre and founder HRTechRadar
● Chun Wee Chiew, Regional head of policy ASEAN ANZ, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)