Getting Teams and Organisations to Thrive in the New Reality of Work
People and teams are the drivers of success in any organisation. Following the havoc wrecked by the global pandemic and as organisations emerge into a new reality of work, what has changed and what kind of impact is there on the way teams and organisations work? What should teams and organisations do to not just survive the aftermath of the crisis, but thrive in the new reality of work?
- Teams and Organisations – how has the recent pandemic changed the way they work?
- What lessons were learnt over the last few months that can inform us of the way we develop teams and organisations?
- What should teams and organisations do to thrive in this new reality of work?
Click here to find out more about our panellists for this panel!
The following is a recording of the panel discussion on this topic, held on 12 August 2020 as part of the 4-part webinar series on The New Reality of Work.
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Transforming Learning for the New Reality of Work – Sharing of Experience by L&D Practitioners
Alex Teo is part of the People team at ShopBack – a Singapore-founded start-up that enhances the shopping experience for consumers across Asia-Pacific by giving cashback rewards and offering discovery features. Alex leads initiatives to improve the employee experience, including developing and delivering L&D programmes across all levels of the organisation. Before joining ShopBack, Alex spent over a decade in the public sector where he was last Head Infocomms & Media at the Economic Development Board (EDB), partnering global technologies companies (e.g. Google, Grab, IBM) to grow their presence in Singapore.
Brian spent over a decade in management consulting with a focus on strategy and operations for clients across various industries and the private, public and people sector.
His recent years have been in the Organisation, Talent and Development space, looking at global and regional portfolios, focusing on leadership, change management and future-readiness in an increasingly digital and VUCA ecosystem.
Evangeline has more than 20 years of diverse regional experience in human resource management and business operations within the private and public sectors, including being the Country Human Resources Officer at Citi Singapore and Managing Director of Organisation & People at Temasek International.
As the Chief People Officer at GovTech, she is passionate about people and performance. Her endeavours include empowering the organisation’s 1800-strong workforce through a culture of collaboration and experimentation, engaging and developing the younger generation of talent, harness their potential towards building the Smart Nation.
She was conferred 100 Most Influential Global HR Leaders and is a sought-after speaker and regularly shares her thoughts as a speaker or panellist on the future of work.
As the Chief of Staff to the MD of HP Inc Greater Asia, Lionel is responsible for leading the strategy development and key initiatives for HP in Greater Asia. He leads a number of strategic initiatives across the organization, working closely with countries, regions and the global HP team.
He was previously the Managing Director of the Printing and Personal Systems Group (PPS) for HP Singapore and was responsible for the growth, business performance and market penetration of the HP business across Enterprise, Commercial and Consumer channels.
Lionel was also previously responsible for delivering HP’s innovation to consumers at home, at work and on the go in the consumer GTM across APJ. Lionel’s primary focus was in partnering for growth with key retailers in the consumer channel through retail and shopper innovation.
Lionel has been in the consumer business throughout his career, having built his experience in P&G, Maxis, Nokia and Samsung in the country and also in the region. He holds a Bachelor of Business degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and completed his MBA from the University of Bath.
Emergenetics Asia Pacific
Completing 13 years of service with the Singapore Navy, Terence co-founded strategic communications consultancy Caelan & Sage, leading it to a merger to form Emergenetics Caelan & Sage. He heads up the Asia Pacific Headquarter for Emergenetics International, a global people and organization development company that leverages the science of Emergenetics to realise individual and team potential and drive results.
Apart from being one of few Master Trainers for Emergenetics globally, Terence is recognised by the Association for Talent Development as an ATD Master Performance Consultant and ATD Expert Coach. He holds a Master of Science in Communication Management from Singapore Management University and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Honours) from the University of Sheffield, UK.
Connect with Terence on LinkedIn.