From Ambition to Action: Connecting HR Strategy to Psychological and Physical Safety in the Workplace | Sessions

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From Ambition to Action: Connecting HR Strategy to Psychological and Physical Safety in the Workplace
Monday 06/24/2024 07:30 AM - 08:30 AM   Add to calendar

Competencies: Business (Behavioral), Organization (Technical), People (Technical) | Intended Audience: Senior-Level
Workplace Application:
Attendees will leave with actionable guidance on applying data and creating cross-functional initiatives foundational to Human Resources' Ambitions and Strategy. 

In this session, we will explore the vital connection between key elements of Human Resources' Ambition and Strategy and their impact on worker safety. By analyzing data-driven correlations, we will delve into crucial aspects such as Employer of Choice Brand Recognition, Leader and Manager Effectiveness, Employee Engagement, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging, The Future of Work (including hybrid teams and a multi-generational workforce), and Change Management/Organizational Resilience. Drawing on emerging world of work trends and predictive worker behavior, you will acquire a collaborative approach to enhance the psychological safety of your workforce in partnership with your internal stakeholders. We will provide practical guidance on driving impactful change and influencing others to take action. Additionally, we will assist participants in aligning HR's key performance indicators with safety outcomes, enabling Human Resources to play a compelling role in safety discussions and secure a seat at the table. Join us and discover how to strengthen your organization's commitment to worker safety while promoting HR's strategic value.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn world of work trends and their predictive impact on HR Strategy and Ambition.
  • Understand how psychological safety, worker engagement, and belonging are coincidental.
  • Correlate HR's strategic direction and KPIs to worker safety (physical and psychological).
  • Gain actionable insights and guidance into improving worker engagement through collaboration with cross-functional leadership.
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Toni Fleming, Vice President,
DEKRA North America
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Rajni Walia, Ph.D., Vice President, Executive Consultant Lead,
DEKRA North America