August 2014

“Challenges of Tomorrow’s Workplace” by Jeanne Meister

Internationally renowned for her innovations in the field of corporate education, Jeanne Meister has recently joined the CrossKnowledge Faculty. In this brand-new series of 10 videos she offers insightful advice on how to train our organizations and our teams to adapt to the latest changes that are shaping the workplace of the future.

Jeanne Meister is an internationally recognized leader in creating innovations in the operation and management of an enterprise learning function.

She’s the co-author of “The 2020 Workplace: How Innovative Companies Attract, Develop, and Keep Tomorrow’s Employees Today” and co-founder of the Future Workplace, an organization with a shared vision for re-imagining the current state of corporate learning & human resources development.

In her latest book she analyses the main factors that are defining the new realm of work: the explosion of social networks, the rise of Generation Y and the changes in learning technologies are already defining the new work environment and posing challenges to HR executives.

While 2020 may seem a long way off, companies must act now if they want to withstand the enormous transformations to come.

So how can we prepare for all the changes to come?

In this series of compelling videocasts Jeanne Meister explains how HR professionals can create a workplace of choice by rethinking how they recruit, develop and motivate their employees.

Discover her visionary ideas to face tomorrow’s challenges and stay a step ahead of your competitors.

Watch “Social Media: threat or opportunity?”, one of the exclusive videos produced by CrossKnowledge and Jeanne Meister.

Through this training programme, you will discover:

  • Social media: threat or opportunity?
  • Can you imagine being managed by your children?
  • The death of the résumé
  • Role hopping or job hopping?
  • Should you gamify the company?
  • Be ready for 2020
  • Responding to millennials’ questions
  • The power of user-generated content
  • The learning revolution
  • Predictable time off

Discover more about Jeanne Meister here.