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Future of Work 2.0: What Trends Are on the Horizon?

If the future of work is now, what trends are on the horizon? We’re exploring FOW 2.0 with visionaries from leading global companies. Now that accelerated digitization, skills-based organizations and agile working are a reality, it’s time to consider what’s next and how to take advantage of future opportunities. With Mercer’s recently released 2022 Global Talent Trends report and the World Economic Forum’s Good Work Framework as a backdrop, we’ll engage in a robust conversation around trends, practice, and prediction.

Join Kate Bravery, senior partner at Mercer, in a fascinating discussion with leading talent and future of work experts: Tapaswee Chandele is the Global Vice President of Talent & Development for The Coca-Cola Company; Patrick Hull is the VP of Global Learning & Future of Work for Unilever; and Christian Schmeichel is the SVP and Chief Future of Work Officer at SAP.

To learn more about the evolution of work and the workforce, check out these other pieces from BRINK:

— The Rise of the Relatable Organization, Part 1

— Inclusive Benefits: The Next Step for DEI Alignment

— Why More Companies Are Standing Up on Social Issues

— Working From Anywhere: A Differentiator in the War for Talent?

BRINKEvents provide live conversations on critical business issues designed to provide you with the most up-to-date thinking and insights.

Tapaswee Chandele

Global Vice President of Talent & Development for The Coca-Cola Company

Tapaswee is Global Vice President of Talent & Development for The Coca-Cola Company. She drives global growth strategies around impactful Talent Acquisition, Talent Management, Learning, Leadership Development, Organization Capability Development and Organization Effectiveness. Tapaswee actively speaks on and writes about strategic workforce planning, enabling high performance, leadership development and building a productive and diverse workforce.

Patrick Hull

VP Global Learning & Future of Work for Unilever

Since January 2022, Paddy has assumed the role of VP Global Learning & Future of Work, responsible for bringing Unilever’s social commitments on the Future of Work to life. He leads a program to deliver on three commitments: equipping people for the future of work, pioneering new flexible employment options, and partnering with others to create jobs and skills for young people outside of Unilever. He describes his purpose as, “Bringing the essence of Pollyanna into the room.”

Christian Schmeichel

SVP and Chief Future of Work Officer for SAP

Christian leads SAP’s newly created global Future of Work organization. In this role, he is responsible for driving a holistic Future of Work agenda focusing on leading-edge people practices and innovative workplace approaches. Building on 20 years of experience in various global and local management roles, Christian is considered a thought leader on shaping the future of work and driving large-scale HR transformation programs in the era of digitalization.

Kate Bravery

Global Advisory Solutions & Insights Leader at Mercer

Kate Bravery is a Global Advisory Solutions & Insights Leader for Mercer. She has more than 20 years of experience in human capital consulting and helping organizations achieve a talent advantage through people. Bravery has expertise in people strategy, talent management, assessment/leadership development and HR process design.

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