When the pandemic impacted companies all over the world, the concept of business culture was transformed overnight. The regular routine of commuting to work and making a pitstop at your favorite coffee shop came to a grinding halt — for many, the pandemic meant an immediate adaptation to remote work.
Companies must focus on building a strong work culture and ethos to unite their workforce. However, this could become a challenge with the rise of increasingly dispersed teams — businesses can no longer treat culture as an intangible asset or rely on learning culture through osmosis.
How can companies consciously define and develop a workplace culture that supports their employees’ efforts while everyone works outside the office?
Join Nicole Sahin, CEO of Globalization Partners, along with Katarina Berg, CHRO of Spotify; Angela Cretu, CEO of Avon; and James Fulton, Chief Learning Officer and Global Head of Talent, Goldman Sachs, to learn how leading companies are developing workplace culture.
Key questions answered in this session will include:
- How has the concept of workplace culture evolved during the pandemic?
- How can companies better align their much acclaimed corporate “purpose” with their own internal culture?
- How can companies inspire a culture of innovation in the absence of physical collaboration and serendipitous encounters?