On September 17, 2020, we’ll be exploring the theme of ‘Embracing Cultural Shifts’ in the next installment of our HRD: A Virtual Experience online events, with leading industry experts from brands including Schneider Electric, Moody’s, Twitter, BAE Systems and more.
One of the incredible speakers we have joining us on the day is Paul Hevesy, Vice President, Organizational Effectiveness, Stanley Black and Decker. Paul has over 20 years of experience and focuses on leading the work culture transformation at Stanley Black & Decker to ensure the organization remains innovative both on developing new products and solutions, as well as how they work.
During September’s HRD: A Virtual Experience, Paul will discuss ‘Transforming the Way You Work: Small Changes in Work Habits To Build a More Effective Organization’. The way we are working must continue to evolve and HR is uniquely positioned to help transform an organization’s work culture in meaningful ways. In this session you’ll be reminded of some common work principles, how impactful they can be and how you, as an HR leader, can start today to build a more effective work culture.
In this quick Q&A, Paul shared what you can expect from his presentation, as well as his advice for navigating this challenging and unpredictable time. Join Paul Hevesy, and many more fantastic speakers at HRD: A Virtual Experience this September. Book your free spot here.
Can you give a small teaser for attendees about what you will be sharing at HRD: A Virtual Experience?
What if you could help give employees back 20 minutes a day simply by applying practical guidelines to your current work culture?
What makes you passionate about your topic?
Too many employees are disengaged in their work. Igniting passion in our work culture is a great way to build focused, passionate and engaged employees. And who isn’t passionate about that?
Why should we attend your session?
You’ll get tactical actions you can take today to begin your own work transformation.
A piece of advice for navigating this challenging and unpredictable time?
Stay positive and don’t live in fear. The world is full of risk – it always has been. Commit to living and being a light to the world around you. When you do, you take the focus off of yourself and your perspective changes for the better.
And finally, what are you most excited about for HRD: A Virtual Experience?
Engaging in topic that are relevant in today’s work culture and networking with growth-minded leaders.
Join Paul Hevesy, and many more fantastic speakers at HRD: A Virtual Experience this September. Book your free spot here.
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