Organization & Talent Analytics Lead
Philip Morris International
Wellbeing has been a huge global challenge over the course of the pandemic. Remote working, health, isolation, connectivity, pace of change, long hours, involuntary childcare… with so many challenges, it’s almost a mystery how we made it through.
But what was really driving wellbeing challenges in the workplace during 2020 and 2021? Was it external factors such as the pandemic, or was it more to do with our new ways of working in a digital and disconnected world? And what positives can we take from this time period?
In April 2021, we set out to answer all these questions in order to help shape our hybrid working ‘Smart Work’ approach, and make sure that the future of work maximises the opportunities of remote working whilst mitigating the risks of remote disconnection.
This session will explore:
- Safeguarding well-being
- Improving productivity
- Winning in a hybrid working world
- Creating the virtuous cycle of wellbeing.
- Design and evolve your wellbeing hybrid working strategies
- Improve mental health, psychological safety and inclusion in your corporate culture
- Avoid costly and potentially ineffective interventions, such as misused wellbeing days and mandating HR processes
- Understand how to use frameworks such as employee centricity and PSA to design effective and impactful analytical studies
- Learn how to improve well-being by empowering employees
- Learn to recognise the symptoms of the vicious cycle of wellbeing
- Improve relationships through strong role modelling and effective face to face collaboration.
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Tim is a strategic Workforce Planning and People Analytics thought-leader and practitioner covering a wide range of expertise including talent analytics, employee listening, forecasting, organisational health and HR tech implementation. He is currently working for Philip Morris International building the Strategic Workforce Planning capability using advanced data science techniques to understand what skills employees have, what the future workforce will look like and how technology will impact the workforce as we continue down the path of digitisations and the AI augmented workplace. He regularly posts on relevant topics on his YouTube channel. As a data evangelist who is passionate about using data for good and making work more efficient, effective and fulfilling for everyone, Tim will talk about his recent approach to talent analytics to inform PMI’s workforce plans, with a particular focus on reskilling to boost employability and build a future-ready workforce.