Topic – Why Employee Empowerment Is Key to Your Work Culture
At present, we are experiencing diverse formats of working. As more people prepare themselves to go back to work in offices, we are coming to quickly realise it is not the same as before.
Employers are willing to give more flexibility to work from anywhere. This unprecedented policy change is one of the many examples of culture reform that took shape in recent times due to digitalization and the mindset shift to track outcome and not output. Policies and practices like these have become universal expectations and, if not met, can lead to exits and low talent attraction.
Employee productivity matrices further accentuate that a trusting and safe environment not only empowers the workforce but leads to a more innovative and resilient workforce. This is particularly critical in hybrid workplaces and as people return to offices. To that point, we have curated an invigorating session on the realm of possibilities in empowering the workforce to draw attention to a truly people-first culture as we enter a new age of working, post-pandemic.
- The different stages of a people-first culture in a hybrid work era
- Driving innovation and resilience in the new age of working
- Metrics to track employee wellbeing & fulfillment
- Tools and techniques to empower a cross-generational workforce
- Designing psychologically safe and happy workplaces of future
- Kalpana Sachdeva – Head of HR – India, Kazakhstan & South Korea, Lindstrom
- S Ramesh Shankar – Founder, Hrishti
- Puja bothra – Senior content lead, The Economic Times (Host)
- Rohan Sylvester – Recruitment Evangelist, Indeed
Watch the recorded session https://hr.economictimes.indiatimes.com/webinar/why-employee-empowerment-is-key-to-your-work-culture/1963