As Singapore accelerates national efforts on Covid-19 programme, we are not near any end of the pandemic yet. With uncertainty continues to loom behind the big dark clouds, the prolonged downturn has resulted in slower recovery with many businesses taken the heavy toll. Against this backdrop, the trails of impact are significant as situation deteriorates unexpectedly when we presume the coast is clear. While we emerged and transitioned in this evolving new normal coupled with perpetual disruption, it is evidently shown in our adoption of many trends, like digitalisation and globalisation, our capabilities to adapt in a much more time-constrained fashion. Now, are we ready to take on more challenges albeit the existential threat this pandemic will last?
Join us for a 3-part series of getting your business prepared in a post-pandemic world as our panel of speakers share insights on how we can be mentally, strategically and sustainably prepared to reimagine the future together.
These sessions will be moderated by Henry Tan, Group CEO & Chief Innovation Officer, Nexia TS.
Part I, Mental Preparation: The Psychological Price
Date: 2 August 2021, 4pm to 5pm
Presenter: Lydia Lim (Chang), People Analytics & Management Consultant, Research Communication International
Panelists: Bill Foo; Chairman, Tung Lok, Salvation Army & James Cook University Singapore Advisory Board, and Loh Hui Nee, Director, Assurance & Talent, Nexia TS
The key to business continuity lies on organisational agility where businesses today must have the ability to recalibrate their manpower resources in areas most critical to drive substantial impact. Restructuring and reskilling our workforce are crucial during covid-times however, more can be done to support our people with skills-based strategies and motivate with tangible rewards to thrive post-pandemic.
Free Admission for Clients/ Business Associates; $80 per pax for Public
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