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JOHANNESBURG: 26 MARCH 2019
Building Relevant Businesses and Work Experiences in a Digital World
Business relevance in a digital world via awesome human employee experiences.

The link between employee experience and innovation, and ultimately business relevance is undeniable, yet many business leaders choose to stick their heads in the sand regarding the human element of business. They do not know how to handle the proverbial ‘soft’ stuff, and so they choose to focus exclusively on the more easily quantifiable deliverables such as financials, production, etc.

What they miss is the fact that the human beings that they are ‘leading’ to meet these objectives are either being switched on or switched off, and the degree to which this is happening is directly linked to the organisation’s ability to deliver on these required outputs.

Brad Shorkend and Andy Golding are the co-founders of Still Human and the authors of We Are Still Human (and work shouldn’t suck!). They help businesses around the world remain relevant by creating exceptional employee experiences and always being innovation-ready.

In this presentation they will share their learnings from interviewing the leaders of some of the world's best companies to work at.

They will reveal the strategies and techniques that leaders, human resource practitioners, and people at all levels of the organisation need to be applying to build businesses fit for human beings in a digital crazy world.

They will also connect the dots between employee experience, innovation readiness and relevance, which is an often overlooked lens that businesses cannot afford to ignore.
Event Details


Date:
26 March 2019
Times:
Registration: 17:45. Starts: 18:00. Ends 19:30. A light supper will be served after the event.
Venue:
GIBS
Location:
Johannesburg, South Africa
Calendar:
Costs:
R290
Booking:
Contact the individual below.
Enquiries:
Contact: Sibongile Nkawu
Tel: +27 11 771 4390
Fax:
E-mail: Send me an e-mail

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