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Filming: March 11th at 9:00 - 10:30am GMT
In the last year, the corporate world has seen a huge shift. Entire workforces were forced to adapt to remote working overnight, and we are still coming to terms with the extent of this shift now. But what does the world of work look like 12 months on, and what are the business implications of these changes?
The move to remote work has catapulted many organisations into digital transformation, and as businesses do become more digital, business agility improves. An estimated $44.4 billion has been saved in commuting costs, and leaders are prioritising employee wellness in a way we’ve never seen before. With immense change impacting the fabric of the working world, it is vital to consider the fundamental shifts and the business benefits they can bring to your organisation. For example, digital transformation and the move to the cloud.
Looking forward, the likelihood is that many organisations will embrace a hybrid model, with employees balancing their time between remote and office based work. So, how does this change the nature of the physical office; how do you facilitate collaboration and maintain engagement with employees that are both in the office and remote.
There are many layers to the impact of Covid on the world of work, and in this episode we’ll explore what the office looks like in a post-Covid world.
Join this session as we discuss:
- The business and economic benefits of remote working
- What does the physical office of the future look like?
- The long term impact of flexible and remote work
- The business benefits of these changes
Filming: March 17th at 9:00 - 10:30pm GMT I 1:00 - 2:30pm PT
2020 was an intense year for security professionals. The shift to remote working uncovered unforeseen vulnerabilities and called for more stringent security solutions. Distributed workers meant distributed data, and security professionals had to find a balance between enabling wide-scale access to private data, and protecting their organisations from new threats.
However, as we move into 2021, it doesn’t look like it’s going to get any easier for the security world. According to a recent Citrix survey. 93% of US and European business leaders believe cybercrime and big data breaches will present a significant risk to organisations over the next 15 years. But what are these risks, and how can you best prepare your organisation to tackle them?
In this episode, we’ll take a look at what we have learned from security in 2020, and how we are using these lessons to inform security strategies over the next few years.
Join us as we discuss:
- The top security predictions for 2021
- Security lessons from 2020, and how 2020 changed security forever
- The future of security, and what to expect going forward
Filming: March 23rd at 9:00 - 10:30am GMT
Operationalizing employee experience has always been important. A good employee experience (EX) pushes employees to do their best work, and has a direct impact on your business. In a recent survey by Citrix, 43% of employees surveyed had seen better employee experience lead to improved productivity, and more than 30% said EX led to improved profitability and better customer satisfaction.
Leaders must prioritise EX, particularly when there has been such a strain on the workforce as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. As the workforce grapples with the new world of work, there has never been a more important time to operationalize EX. Leaders must secure the digital workspace, encourage collaboration across departments, and simplify workflows. However, EX is more than just deploying a new piece of technology or implementing a new process. To build the right EX you need to start with a clear understanding of the needs of employees and that’s where leveraging methodologies like design thinking are gaining popularity.
While the reasons to focus on EX are clear, many organizations struggle with how to operationalize EX strategies. The two key challenges are cultural and technological. Both culture and technology are key to improving employee experience, but leaders must leverage them in the correct way.
So, how can leadership teams overcome challenges, and execute and define an EX strategy? Join us in the first episode of The New Workspace as we discuss:
- How to execute and operationalize EX
- The main challenges facing EX efforts, and how to overcome them
- The future of EX
Filming: March 23rd at 9:00 - 10:30pm GMT I 1:00 - 2:30pm PT
Wellness, and more specifically digital wellness, has become very topical in the last year. As employees become more distributed, and working from home becomes the new ‘normal’, efforts to improve mental health and employee wellness have become ever more important. A recent Citrix survey revealed that 97% of respondents agree that digital wellness solutions are necessary for strengthening and preserving company culture. In fact, bolstering company culture, reducing burnout, and remaining competitive in retaining and recruiting talent, are some of the main driving factors behind the development of digital wellness initiatives.
In the wellness space, it’s vital that leaders ask themselves some important questions. What is the human cost of increased productivity? How do you measure employee wellness? How to remain competitive and push employees to be their best, while also avoiding burnout and promoting wellness?
In the first episode of this series, we took a close look at employee experience, and how to operationalize EX strategies. In this second episode, we’ll be going a little deeper, and picking apart the foundations of your people strategy to demonstrate the innate value of digital wellness in the digital age.
Join this session as we discuss:
- Strategies to build digital wellness
- How to maintain engagement and social connection
- How technology can be a great asset in the wellness space
- And more
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