CHROs and HRDs have been invited to exclusive dinner to discuss their future readiness.
Adapt or die. It’s the adage that has characterised the world since the turn of the decade and is one of the most commonly used phrases in any gathering of business leaders. The reason for this is that technological progress cannot be ignored. As long as the people and the technology are progressing, so should the businesses around them because failure to adapt to their environment will inevatbly result in a loss of the competitive edge they offer to their customers. CHROs that are future-ready have the ability to look beyond the horizon and prepare their team and business for inevitable change.
It is under this backdrop that CHRO South Africa will host its first exclusive dinner of the year at Marble Resaurant on 28 February. Top HR leaders have been invited to share ideas and a five-star meal while discussing their role in shaping the future of their organisations. If you’re wondering what other top CHROs are doing to stay ahead of the pack, this exclusive dinner is one you simply can’t afford to miss.
Gobally renowned author, presenter and researcher Graeme Codrington from TomorrowToday Global will be sharing his insights with CHROs on the future of work and disruptive forces that are shaping it. You’ll hear how to prepare for the future based on his experience working with CEOs and presenting in over 20 countries.
Graeme’s breadth of knowledge and expertise makes him highly relevant in today’s rapidly evolving business world. Along with his formal qualifications and research credentials, he also has a wide range of personal experience and a deep understanding of how people and business work. Now add his vast experience working with business leaders the world over during the past 20+ years, and you’ll understand why he is the go-to resource for leaders who are gearing up for the future.
That’s why CEOs in 50+ countries insist on working with him, year in and year out. It’s also why he continues to lecture at leading business schools on three continents, and why he gets invited to speak to 100,000+ conference delegates around the globe annually.