Concurrent Session
Dynamic Talent Strategy: Embracing the New World of Work with Confidence
Neopolitan Ballroom 1-4
In-Person and Virtual Tuesday 04/16/2024 04:15 PM - 05:15 PM   Add to calendar
Competencies: Business (Behavioral), Leadership (Behavioral) | Intended Audience: Mid-Level, Senior-Level
Workplace Application:
Attendees will be exposed to the latest thought leadership in the Future of Work and learn about emerging best practices that are transforming the HR profession through the development of new capabilities that are driving business value and enhancing the employee experience. 

Organizations are sensing the need for a more dynamic and fluid workforce strategy that can offer greater flexibility in meeting the demands of the business. World events and technology advancements are shaping new ideas about the workplace, the work, and the workforce where talent is driving exponential value. From skills and critical organizational capabilities required for growth, to the proliferation of talent marketplaces and the personalization of the employee experience, HR is driving the future of work and building new capabilities to develop a future-ready workforce ecosystem.   During this session, participants will learn about new concepts in workforce development and how to design a Dynamic Talent Strategy that's congruent with current shifts in demographics, talent pools, the skills-based economy, AI platforms, and the workplace itself. Key topics will include: HR Critical Capabilities for a future-ready organization; Work Design and the composition of a blended workforce; HR technologies that are transforming the workplace; The integration of HR functions for higher impact; and The new roles for a successful HR Transformation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Evaluate current HR programs, processes and initiatives against expected business impact.
  • Integrate new practices and strategies into their current HR functions.
  • Apply the knowledge about new sources of talent, digital tools, and org capabilities to activate their own talent strategies.
  • Design a Dynamic Talent Strategy that enables people leaders to address key employee priorities at the right time.
  • Engage their internal clients and business leaders in a dialogue about talent needs and potential new solutions.
Wagner Denuzzo, LCSW-R Photo
Wagner Denuzzo, LCSW-R, Principal, CEO,