Virtual Discussion

Future-Proofing HR: Building Critical Capabilities for the Workforce of Tomorrow

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Session Focus: Future-proofing HR: Exploring critical skills and capabilities to support the workforce of tomorrow.
Pre-read is on the Idea Exchange, where you collaborate online with your peers. Recommendations: HR Skills To Support The Future Of Work - Member: Amanda Mickelson, Head of Talent at Oshkosh Corporation

The world of work is changing rapidly. How can HR leaders adapt to support and enable the workforce of the future? Join our dynamic roundtable discussion with heads of HR from forward-thinking organizations as they share insights and strategies. Future of Work: Core HR Competencies

Source: AIHR

Drawing on research around emerging HR competencies, we’ll engage in a thought-provoking dialogue about how to build critical HR capabilities like data literacy, design thinking, and change management. Together, we’ll explore questions like:

  • What technical and soft skills will HR professionals need to drive business performance?
  • How can HR reskill and upskill to become true strategic partners?
  • What roles should HR play in change management and transformation?
  • How can HR leverage people analytics to derive insights and measure impact?

Whether you lead an HR team or collaborate closely with HR, this session will provide a valuable perspective into the evolving role of HR. You’ll leave with fresh inspiration and ideas to help shape the HR function of the future at your organization.

  ELE produces this Learning Circle: Reskilling Talent Development. ELE's Idea Exchange: Collaborate online with your peers.
Richard Busby
Director, Project Management OfficeIMSA

About Richard Busby

I love enabling people to perform work that need to get done, finding meaning and high satisfaction. I do this through mentoring, coaching, and practical support systems. I have extensive experience in corporate L&D, Learning Architecture, and Academic management. I am the founder of

About Dirk Tussing

PASSIONATE COLLABORATOR with an extensive business and charity network that makes things happen.

Dieter Veldsman
Chief Scientist: HR and ODAIHR

About Dieter Veldsman

I love ideas. And human behavior. And business. And Research. My career in Work Psychology and Human Resource Management has allowed me to combine these three interests to guide organizations to become workplaces where people want to work and stay. I have more than 15+ years of experience working with organizations in EMEA, APAC, and LATAM, with 5+ years at an Executive level. I have held the positions of Group Chief People Officer, Director of Consulting Services, and Chief Research Scientist, to mention a few.

Tresha Lovell
Talent Development ManagerWisconsin Talent Leaders
Wisconsin Talent Leaders

About Tresha Lovell

Corporate learning and business development professional successful at designing and implementing learning programs that improve business performance. Highly experienced in delivering training for complex technology solutions, systems, Microsoft Applications, and consultative sales methodologies. Proven communicator and presenter with direct experience creating and delivering web-based and classroom training courses.