The Workforce Reimagined: 3 Trends Shaping the Future of Work
There are certain events in history that change the course of our day-to-day lives. The pandemic is one of those events; an inflection point in our history where life – personal and professional – will never return to the way it was.
The future of work looks very different now than it did in 2019. According to Gartner, HR leaders list the future of work as one of five top priorities in 2022. Employee expectations are evolving. Personal life and work-life are converging. Organizations need to rethink how to better support their employees if they want to attract and retain engaged talent.
Mentoring can transform organizations to be future-ready by creating an infrastructure that supports the needs of employees who are overworked, stressed out, and want a better balance.
In this webinar we’ll explore:
- How the future of work is evolving
- Three trends that will redefine the workplace in 2022
- How mentoring supports today’s and tomorrow’s employee
About the Speakers:
As Chronus’ CEO, Seena is a passionate executive who leads strategy, oversees business and financial operations, and explores how software can impact the talent development world.
Prior to Chronus, Seena spent most of his career at the intersection of IT and financial services. He worked directly with CEOs and business owners to design, launch, and grow financial products across a network of institutions. His experience ranges from scaling mobile banking services for rural farmers to designing complex financial products for microfinance institutions and includes managing large-scale projects such as opening new branches and implementing complex IT systems.
As Vice President of People Experience & DEI, Sara is a dynamic culture builder responsible for all things people, focusing on employee development, culture, engagement programs, and belonging, diversity and inclusion.
Prior to Chronus, Sara created curriculum and developed district-wide academic programs for the Texas public school system. She has also worked in several talent roles as a consultant for Vista Private Equity, a global HR leader for high tech companies and in the legal field.