How COVID changed everything: future working patterns (On Demand)

Presented by NSCG in association with the Institute of Interim Management

The COVID-19 pandemic has unleashed a new era for business, causing rapid change across every sector. The requirement for increased flexibility in hours and location of work presents unique opportunities for interim managers.

During the conversation, we will consider the challenges of a more flexible workforce in the context of the developing HR response along the pandemic timeline. We will also look at the emerging strategic objectives as presented by a rapidly-changing and contrasting trading environment within different sectors. And finally, we look at how businesses could respond to those challenges going forward.

About the speaker

Jude Phillips [LinkedIn] has been engaged in change through the HR and business lense for over 25 years (almost half of which has been from an interim perspective), applying multi-sector and international experience to deliver tailored change experiences and solutions for businesses. Jude has designed an international talent mobilisation programme during the global pandemic and appreciated at first hand the extreme challenges faced by businesses operating on multiple continents. This webinar will touch upon those experiences whilst telling the story of evolving work patterns during the course of the pandemic.

About the Institute of Interim Management

The Institute of Interim Management (IIM) is the UK’s professional body for independent professionals operating at board or near-board level as interim managers and executives, in business on their own account. The Institute is a collaborative organisation working with leading affiliate and partner organisations servicing independent professionals in general and interim management in particular.

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