Ibec Voices: The Evolving Workplace- Achieving a Sustainable Balance

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The latest episode of Ibec Voices, ‘The evolving workplace- Achieving a sustainable balance’, features contributions from international thought leaders Tsedal Neeley, Harvard Business School and Noah Askin of INSEAD ahead of their keynote presentations at the Ibec HR Leadership Summit taking place on 21 October.

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Ibec Voices

Ibec Voices is a podcast series about the people and priorities behind Irish business and the global climate that shapes it.

The Ibec HR Leadership Summit is well established as one of the most significant thought leadership events in the corporate calendar.

Tsedal and Noah join Maeve McElwee, Ibec Director of Employer Relations, to discuss the theme of this year’s Summit;  The evolving workplace – achieving a sustainable balance.

The themes of organisation design and culture have never been more important as companies reconstruct their operations in a post pandemic environment.  The demands for remote and flexible models of working have accelerated tenfold.  The challenge for every leader is to design and create a culture and work environment that is sustainable, so that their organisations can thrive and succeed.

Enjoy the episode and book your place at the Ibec HR Leadership Summit now at www.hrleadership.ie

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