Flexible and agile workplaces
Historically, flexible working has evoked a negative perception where employees would be branded as less driven, less achievement-focused or less ambitious. Today, organisations realise that adopting a flexible working policy is critical to create an inclusive environment and attract talent, if they want to respond to the evolving needs of parents – working mothers, dual career families, single parents – and to the changing values of Generations X , Y and Z.
However, this talent will leave and search elsewhere unless agile and flexible working is truly ingrained in the culture of the organisation, where results are rewarded and senior leadership role model a new way of working.
Natalie Wilkins from Thriving Talent will share the theory and best practices to explore how an organisation can positively influence the adoption of agile and flexible working for more inclusion. Erwin Ollivier, CEO of Athlon, and Kristien Van den Branden (COO of Accenture) will illustrate what their organisations are doing in terms of innovative workplaces that reflect their inclusive culture.
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