Wed, 21 Apr | Online - Zoom

The Future of Work

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The Future of Work

Time & Location

21 Apr, 12:00 – 13:30
Online - Zoom

About the Event

Harken back to our favourite movies from the 80s, the future isn't quite hoverboards and robot butlers.   But there’s no denying that COVID-19 has changed everything, for a world that was already fast-changing.  The pandemic has accelerated pre-existing trends including remote working, automation and the agile organisation.  In a rapidly evolving world, we ask senior HR leaders the question, what is 'The Future of Work'?

In this FREE to attend webinar from Human Engine, we will be exploring these themes and more.

Who Should Join

Chief Executives, Executive Directors, HR leaders and anyone who is interested in the future of work.  Whether you work in the public, private or voluntary sector, you’ll be very welcome.

Date: Wednesday 21st April, 12:00 – 13:30

Our Panel

Jonathon NobleManaging Director, Human Engine

An entrepreneurial leader with a Big 5 consulting background and senior local government experience, Jonathon has a passion for bringing a commercial approach to the challenges of modern public service delivery. He has led transformations across teams, departments and organisations, with a special interest in corporate functions. ​

Mark GrimleyGroup Director for People & Corporate Services, Government of Jersey

Mark brings 20 years' experience in people management and the public and private sector. His tenure in organisations is normally during times of significant change and restructuring.

Marks focus is on connecting with the purpose of the organisation and encourages an outward-looking function. He embeds a risk- and evidence-based approach to decisions, avoiding unnecessary process and strips back the plethora of policies, procedures and low-value initiatives.

He enjoys larger complex organisations and develops configurable solutions across the organisation to avoid a one-size-fits-all solution. He encourages innovation within the profession and challenges the norms, using technology and data to drive and influence change.

Heather ParkerPeople & Change Consultant and Coach, Mind and Co.

People, and the way they think, feel and behave, have an immense impact on the success of organisations. Heather works with organisations to achieve their organisational goals by creating better experiences for their people. She specialises in designing, supporting and leading projects which transform people's experience of their work and of organisational change. ​

Heather is passionate about using evidence-based approaches to make a measurable positive impact, solve complex problems and making things better for people.​

Sean Leahy, Executive Director of People and Culture, NHS Essex University Partnership Trust

Sean is Executive Director of People and Culture, he has more than 20 years' experience as a HR director. A Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, Sean has held senior positions with Key Criteria Group, Netstore PLC and Fidelity International Investments Ltd.

Sean has been described as a modern influencer who is "approachable and hands-on" with "the ability to quickly build strong internal and external relationships at all levels of an organisation".

About Human Engine

Human Engine is a Financial Times top-ranked management consultancy.

Recognised by peers and clients as leaders in the following fields:

  • People & Performance (also awarded in 2020)
  • Organisation & Change

We are passionate about employee-led change and worked with councils across all tiers and with NHS organisations.

  • Delegate Pass

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