CMP: Strategic Planning
People, Place, and Thing: The Future of Work for Associations will provide you with actionable insights to use in your association right away.
Our webinar leader, Jennifer Loftus of Astron Solutions, will provide an overview of these trends and developments from both the Human Resource and strategic organization perspectives. In addition, you’ll gain insight into the specific skills that you as an association leader need for personal career success in the coming years.
This on-demand webinar will help you understand:
- What’s on the horizon in the macro environment that may help or hinder organization success in 2020
- People: Key skills and competencies that employees must possess for organizational success in the future
- Place: Remote work – pros, cons, and considerations for employers and employees in the evolving workplace
- Thing: Artificial intelligence’s impact on the workplace of tomorrow
Today’s workplace is not the workplace of your parents, or even that of your older siblings! Thanks to technology, the way work is accomplished in associations has changed – more of it, coming faster, and expected to contain greater accuracy. The work environment will only continue to change as we move into a new decade.
To be successful, today’s association leaders must stay on top of these developments. Technology has caused work to be conducted at a much swifter pace. Associations can be closer to their members and other stakeholders, and address their needs quickly. But to achieve that end result, employees must have the skills necessary for success in this on-demand world.
About the Guest Speaker
Jennifer C. Loftus, MBA, SPHR, PHRca, GPHR, SHRM-SCP, CCP, CBP, GRP, is a Founding Partner of and National Director for Astron Solutions. With 24 years’ experience, her expertise lies in total rewards, customized market surveys, employee surveys, and technology-based HR solutions.
Jennifer is a sought-after speaker on local & national television, radio, and conferences. Published in local and national periodicals, Jennifer is an active HR association volunteer leader, instructor, and subject matter expert. Jennifer holds Adjunct roles at Pace University and LIM College.
Jennifer has an MBA in Human Resource Management (highest honors) from Pace University and a BS in Accounting (summa cum laude) from Rutgers University. Jennifer received the 2014 Gotham Comedy Foundation’s Lifetime Ambassador of Laughter Award.