HR 4.0

February 4, 2020 • Virtual Session

The Future of Work (FoW) has been a hot topic for several years in the C-Suite as well as the HR function. To date, this discussion has lacked a practical set of instructions on what this means, and what needs to change, for the Chief People Officer (CPO) to successfully steer an organization through these dynamic waters.

A recent study conducted by the World Economic Forum and Willis Towers Watson, in collaboration with Unilever and Saudi Aramco, sheds light on the future of the HR function of the future—HR 4.0—and the six critical imperatives that enable the CEO and CPO to transition the organization to being “future-ready.”

During this virtual session, Angel will review the six imperatives, the required leadership practices and the emerging roles that will be required to deliver this transition successfully.

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Facilitated by Angel Hoover: Head of Talent Advisory, Data and Software Solutions at Willis Towers Watson

Angel Hoover is the Head of Talent Advisory, Data and Software Solutions at Willis Towers Watson. She leads the Talent Advisory, Data and Software business of over 100 consultants in Western Europe. She is an American based in Amsterdam, NL since 2015 and brings more than twenty years of experience leading global projects that deliver exceptional employee experiences and business performance. In the course of her career, she has worked in both external management and human capital consulting roles, as well as internal, corporate roles.

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