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    Workplace 2020 and beyond

    Event Details
    12 Mar 2020
    09:30 - 16:00

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  • Creating balanced teams

    Workplace 2020 and beyond

    Event Details
    12 Mar 2020
    09:30 - 16:00

    Members login to register for the event

    Not a member? Contact us.

Technology today is driving trends across the world, business cycles are accelerating at exponential speeds, and communities are becoming increasingly more connected. Alongside this, companies will soon face a majority millennial workforce, who are expected to transform the work environment and organisations they are a part of. 
 
In a 2020 workplace study, over 36% of the workforce will consist of people born after the baby boomer generation. With this percentage rising, this means succesful organisations will have to dramatically change over the coming years to best manage the new style of working this generation seeks. Join us in this insightful CITF workshop to find out the practical means about how the current workforce can prepare for the next decade.

What you will learn in this workshop:

  • The important of, and how to, create compelling employee experiences, by driving a sense of shared purpose that extends to all levels to create company loyalty. 
  • How to expand an employee’s skill set to include sought-after technology skills (such as in data or cybersecurity)
  • How to develop and install a learning culture within the workplace and how to effectively retain and give employees the time for self-development
  • How to cater to the needs of the connected generation and the importance of allowing flexible working, while maintaining prudent cybersecurity practices

 

Speakers

Neil Jarvis

Former Director of Information Technology, Aston Martin


Summary

Neil has over 26 years experience in both commercial and government information systems security and a proven track record in the specification, design and implementation of complex IT and security infrastructure solutions to meet business requirements. This experience includes network infrastructure, server infrastructure, operating systems, applications, information security, penetration testing, business requirements gathering, analysis, interpretation and delivery of pragmatic cost effective solutions.

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