Harnessing the power of Women: Building High-performance teams
WEBCAST HAS ENDED NOW
The ways in which many women are working and living have changed drastically since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to new research by Deloitte Global, nearly 82% of women surveyed said their lives have been negatively disrupted by the pandemic, and nearly 70% of women who have experienced these disruptions are concerned about their ability to progress in their careers.
Even before COVID struck, the trend of women dropping out of workforce due to various reasons, most predominant being the inability to balance demands of home and workplace was worrisome. While most organizations recognize that it is a huge waste of talent and a drain on the nation financially, not much is being done about it.
In this webcast in collaboration with the Momenta Group, we will delve on what measures can be taken by organizations to arrest this trend, leveraging flexible and virtual teams to harness the power of women in building a high performing global workforce for tomorrow and the role which futuristic talent models can play in building high performance teams.
What we will also focus on are key issues such as harnessing talent from universities, creating a safer work environment for women to encourage women participation in the workplace, and driving the right talent to create a high performing team led by women.
Here’s what we will discuss:
The effect of COVID-19 on women employment, participation in the workforce, and careers in general
Ways to source women talent from universities and encouraging participation at the workplace by creating safer work environments
How flexible and virtual teams and hybrid workplaces can help to tap this untapped talent, breaking away from the constraints of a physical work space and at the same time providing work life balance for both women & men at home
The role of technology in ensuring optimum creation, deployment and utilization of virtual teams working on site & /or working out of home
The growing need for focusing on flexi and futuristic talent deployment models such as that of Momenta’s to build the future workforce of tomorrow
ICICI Bank Ltd
Anita S Guha
Talent Advisor - Chief Information Office
Our Partner: Momenta Group
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