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Yesterday we hosted an event with Anton Fishman on "Fourth Industrial Revolution Series: The Impact of AI and Deep Learning on Organisations and The Future of Work".
Following on from Andrew Fox's recent article about the potential impact HR leaders could be making in their business through becoming "genuine key contributors to organisations".
In this exclusive video for The BTN, Anton Fishman (Digital and Talent Transformation Expert) discusses the potential affect AI may have on the employee engagement in your workplace.
Anton starts with a brief overview of how engagement in the workplace will change with the increasing presence of AI. He then continues to discuss the potential for organisations to overcome these issues.
In this exclusive video for The BTN, Andrew Fox (Group Head of HR Retail Banking and Wealth Management at HSBC Bank Plc) discusses why organisations are not keeping up with changes and how this will affect the potential for success or even survival in the future.
Episode 2/9: Capturing Change Impacts
“It’s more than understanding what the change is, it’s about understanding what it means”
From the job centre through to the career coach, consultants who barely know a candidate write their CV, puff their responsibilities, inflate their achievements, coach psychometric tests. You can even buy qualifications. Forbes believes this is a $1bn industry in the US. Most candidates are not pigs of course. But the pigs now have more resources than the recruiters.
I had the pleasure of speaking at DisruptHR London recently, and posed the question - what if people cared about HR?
Personally, I've been in denial about ever working in HR. I've had many covers for this. First, it was as a strategy consulting specialising in Human Capital, then as Head of Strategy and Talent for a venture backed start-up. For some reason, I would never say that I worked in HR.
In this exclusive video for The BTN, Anton Fishman (Digital and Talent Transformation Expert) discusses the potential affect AI may have on existing jobs, which new jobs it may create and how it could affect day to day work.
Anton starts with a brief overview of why AI is a hot topic in business at the moment. Following this, Anton discusses how AI could impact the job market and whether it will cause an increase in unemployment or will increase people's day-to-day quality of work
Andrew Fox (Group Head of HR Retail Banking and Wealth Management at HSBC Bank Plc) looks at why HR is still the owner of D&I in organisations.
Andrew believes that the pace of transformation is so slow because business leaders still don't understand how important this issue is for them and why they should adopt it.
Do business leaders really understand that a more diverse & inclusive could really benefit them and their results?
The environment in which your organisation is operating has become increasingly competitive, dynamic and uncertain. In response, your organisation's mission and vision have been redefined, and a strategy to achieve the new vision has been developed. Informed by extensive market research and business intelligence, scenario and financial modelling, and risk assessments.
As part of the BTN's partnership with HR Congress, we bring you an insightful webinar from HR Guru, Dave Ulrich, on how the HR Business Partner model has evolved.
Dave looks at how the HRBP model has changed over the past 20 years. What has actually happened to the model and the evolution of HR people in those disruptions?
As Dave looks at the topic, he focuses on 4 key points:
- The shift in the evolution of that model
- Outcomes of HR
Is the HR Business Partner still a role as an HR generalist?
Mental health at work should matter to all of us. It shouldn’t be seen as something that stops when we leave our home to go to work. It, unfortunately, does not work like that, because our circumstances are comprised of every aspect of our lives (work, family, society). Apparently, it is still somewhat taboo to talk about mental health despite the fact that it is being addressed more and more. Maybe this is because it might reflect our own drawbacks or, even worse, because it could compromise our future as employees if we dare mention anything related to it at work.