Webinar – The Future of Work: Are you Recovery Ready?
July 13 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
Many indicators are saying that a boom is coming. While the excitement of increased sales, revenue, and profit is tantalizing; it is matched by the challenges of keeping and attracting talent, staying efficient, and the other pains associated with growth. Add to this that the pandemic has reshaped the expectations of many consumers and forced us to think about how we run our businesses.
Are you ready? Do you have the tools that you need to get your team, your culture, and your business strategies RECOVERY READY?
Join Challenge Factory’s Lisa Taylor and Emree Siaroff who will speak about the work trends they are seeing and the work that they are doing in helping organizations think through the people, culture, and strategic implications of the change that will accompany the coming growth opportunities.
Tuesday, July 13, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
Who Can Attend
The family business community is invited to attend.
Online via Zoom
Log-In details provided after registration is confirmed.
President of Challenge Factory and the Centre for Career Innovation
Lisa Taylor is a sought-after expert, speaker, and columnist on today’s changing world of work. As President of Challenge Factory and the Centre for Career Innovation, Lisa offers invaluable leadership and insights about the Future of Work—with a focus on how talent equity, demographics, the freelance economy, and new market dynamics present opportunities to gain strategic workforce and career advantage. She is the author of The Talent Revolution: Longevity and the Future of Work and the Retain and Gain series of career management playbooks for small businesses and non-profits and charities.
Emree Siaroff is a strategic, results, and change oriented leader with twenty-five plus years of domestic and global human resources experience in the retail, commodities, manufacturing, and professional services industries. He offers the knowledge and passion to see the organization as a whole and how the human resources function can engage its people and therefore deliver sustainable value by enabling the business. He believes that companies, and the people within them, are an integral player in the ongoing development of our global and local communities.