The Burnalong Leadership Series Presents
Leading HR: Navigating the Next Normal
Former CHRO of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
IKEA's former President & Global CHRO
CHRO George Washington Univ. Medical Faculty
What You'll Hear
Today’s health and social crises have created unprecedented challenges for employers. One of which is the engagement, mental health, and well-being of a remote and stressed out workforce. Employees are isolated and tired of managing work and family issues. They are stressed from the uncertainty and unrest they see on a daily basis.
Meanwhile CEOs and Boards are looking to HR leaders to bridge the gap and move beyond the initial short term strategies enacted in March and April.
IKEA’s former Global CHRO & President, the former CHRO of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, and the CHRO for George Washington University share how HR can meet this challenge with creative programs, partnerships, communications and technology.
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Recorded: Wed. July 1, 2020
Length: 52 min
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