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The emerging People strategy and what it means for HR

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The emerging People strategy and what it means for HR

HR and People teams have barely had a chance to catch their breath. Over the past few months, HR leaders have faced challenges unlike ever before, as we’ve tried to take stock of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on the workplace.

HR is no stranger to change – even before the global pandemic, the profession was grappling with the changing world of work, and the shift away from HCM and processes, towards more People-focused ways of working. Today’s new challenges have made this shift more important than ever.

In this webinar, Sarah Hulsey, Head of Customer Success at Sage People, and Mark Withers, HR and OD consultant look at how HR leaders are adapting in this new world of work.

By the end of the webinar, attendees will understand more about:

  • What the future of HR strategy looks like today
  • What the priorities are for HR leaders, immediately and long term
  • The three biggest shifts needed in your HR strategy as a result
  • How other HR teams are coping and responding

Watch the on-demand webinar to explore what’s next and how to move forward.

About the Presenters:

Sarah HulseySarah Hulsey
Sarah Hulsey has over 15 years’ experience as an HR Director and in other senior People roles in a range of companies and locations. A former Senior Partner and Director of Human Resources at Mindshare, a division of advertising giant WPP, Sarah now works for Sage People as a global work trends and technology evangelist, understanding the impact of the changing world of work for organizations today.


Mark WithersMark Withers
Mark Withers has led Mightywaters Consulting, a strategic HR and organizational development consultancy, since 1998. He brings nearly four decades of business experience and works at the most senior levels, helping leaders tackle their tough people and organizational challenges. Mark will be a Personnel Today Awards judge for the fifth time this year.