The future world of work is now present: Shifts in the workplace and in the workforce that we have to make peace with.

Friday 9 April 2021: 10am – 12pm

Content Focus Area: How has the workplace changed in unforeseen ways?

 

Presentation Abstract:
We have heard about the future world of work for the last few years with efforts being made by most organisations to try and prepare for the future. Thanks to the pandemic this agenda has been accelerated, leaving most out of breath in dealing with what they thought would happen in the future in the present. This discussion attempts to address some of the ways that the workplace has changed in expected and unforseen ways from a practical perspective. How has the work from home culture shifted the organisational culture, how do organisations respond to working with employees remotely, how has the concept of wellbeing changed and most importantly how has the mindset of the employee shifted especially in the context on growing mental health and emotional health challenges post the pandemic.

The future world of work is now present whether we were prepared for it or not. We go through some important considerations that require urgent attention if we are to continue to build or rebuild our organisations in the midst of the pandemic into post pandemic, and promote optimal productivity in the workplace.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Important considerations that require urgent attention if we are to continue to build or rebuild our organisations in the midst of the pandemic into post pandemic.
  2. Important considerations to continue to promote optimal productivity in the workplace.
  3. The changing work landscape and the impact this has on employee wellbeing which will assist in planning wellbeing initiatives in the workplace.

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Mrs. Navlika Ratangee

Mrs. Navlika Ratangee

Managing Director at ICAS Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd

Navlika Ratangee is the Managing Director at ICAS SA. A clinical psychologist with diverse experience in workplace wellbeing. She completed her MBA in 2016 as the top student of the programme. With executive education from Harvard Business School, Navlika is a seasoned presenter and chapter author on corporate mental health.

Speaking Experience:

  1. Various conferences and speaking platforms locally and internationally e.g. Guest lecturer at GIBS business school on a variety of topics including leadership, mentorship, future world of work.
  2. Regular speaker at multiple KR conferences, regular speaker on behalf of ICAS – client requests, webinars and summits.