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Managers & Organizations

A Future-Fit organization requires a People Strategy to ensure the right people, in the right places, with the right skills, at the right time 

When it is clear that you need to revisit and redesign your people processes.
When the gaps between the existing capabilities of the organization and the changing needs requires new thinking
When you begin to see the implications of digitization and automation on people and roles.
When you understand that what brought you here will not take you there.

Welcome to the changing world of work. It challenges most organizational structures and processes. Starting with talent, we find it increasingly challenging to find and hire those we really need. As knowledge and skills change, we explore new ways to upskill and reskill the talent we have in roles we no longer need. And the changing workforce already indicates we need to think differently about development, feedback, compensation and benefits and probably most important motivation and engagement. 

Unlike anything we have known in the past, the new world of work challenges us across all aspects of the organization. And it also opens up a new range of possibilities to create the organization we need to win.

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Where the Future of Work meets reality, we feel the pressure on everything that is familiar in our jobs, processes, teams and structures. The changing environment externally and internally presents challenges and opportunities at all levels.

  • Around the employee life cycle we revisit talent management, employee development, needs for flexibility, growth and learning, future skills and even question retention, career paths and retirement.
  • Management processes and expectations evolve with implications for bench processes, management development & expectations, decision making and organizational structures as well as processes such as performance management, promotions and employee engagement.
  • At the organizational level we are challenged to create Future Fit People Strategies while at the same time supporting current needs.

Like everyone else in the organization, those of us working these challenges need to transform how we work at the same time as we are actually doing the work. If you are leading the way through these challenges, Nirit’s broad experience and expertise in both the corporate world as well as the changing world of work will help you bring external research, trends, benchmarking and perspective into your processes to identify and design the practical solutions you need so that the future of work will meet your reality.

Keynotes for organizations

For managers, employees and human resources teams, in front of a large audience or at a discussion table, Nirit works closely with the leadership team and adapts her talks for the objectives of your event, including conferences, management meetings, planning and strategy processes, and development activities.

Nirit’s keynotes prepares the ground for conversations and thinking about the changes in the world in which we live and work and the evolving new range of possibilities available to the organization, it’s managers and people on various aspects of work, including implications for management , skills gap and access to talent, development, reskilling and future skills, employee life cycle changes including career development processes and work-life integration.

Depending on the objectives and scope of your event, Keynotes are tailor for your needs. Examples: 

This talk covers the trends unbundling work, redefining why we work, what work is, the new possibilities for workers, jobs, careers and even the physical work place. Throughout this talk we will understand the implications for people and careers, organizations as well as broader education and society
The changes affecting the career life cycle are changing employee expectations from their managers and has broad implications on employee engagement and motivation. In this talk we will review the 10 tools most impactful today to engage and retain employees.
For visiting delegations, global leadership, policy makers – what can you learn from the Startup Nation?
In the new world of work, work is no longer a place we go to and is now something we do. Occupational stability no longer depends on our employer, but on our employability. In this talk, Nirit presents the new range of possibilities opened up by the changes and the new tools at our disposal to find and connect for work.
This talk explores the changes in the world of work from the perspective of Human Resource professional. We will explore how the role of HR has changed over the years and what characterizes the HR in the new era, including setting the conversation at the management table for a Future-Fit organization.
The changing world of work is challenging much of the social infrastructure we have created over the last few centuries to protect employees, workers, work. The need to understand how the new world of work should shape public policy and legislation is now even more urgent as courts are dealing with the new ecosystem based on old labor laws.

Workshops for employees and managers

Nirit’s workshops are tailored for managers, employees, and human resources teams

As part of organizational processes that involve employee motivation and engagement, employee development processes, or transitions between roles, removing objections and barriers and engaging people for change and changing strategies, helping managers and / or employees take responsibility for personal and organizational success, raising awareness to the changing needs of new generations .

Workshop Examples:

Changes in the world of work affect many processes in the organization ● In this workshop we will bring the future to your reality
When the need arises to bring managers new tools to support employee engagement and motivation ● When you want to support organizational processes that encourage transitions between roles and release barriers and objections
When you need to inspire people for awareness and action in personal and organizational contexts ● When you want to support organizational processes that encourage transitions between roles and responsibilities, work on career development and management
When you need to open a different mindset on the role of human resources in the changing organization ● When you want to lead strategic discourse into the future
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Watch lectures

A sample of talks in English

Work2.0 Podcast
11.03.2020
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Talents and Orgs in the #FutureOfWork with @NiritCohen

Tel Aviv University
8.5.2017
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The future of careers

IES2018
6.6.2018
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The Future of Work

Recommendations

See What People Are Saying…

Daniela Ilan
VP of HR, Red

Thank you very much for the fascinating lecture you gave as part of an executive meeting. Your talk generated a thoughtful conversation on the right topics.

Amit Oberkoviz
VP of HR, IEC

Nirit keynote for challenged our top 100 senior management. Nirit brings with her a very broad experience, which is evident in the content of her lecture and she connects between the circles of global-national-organizational change and the realities and challenges of the specific organization.

Major General Aviv Kohavi
Deputy Chief of Staff

Thank you for your significant contribution to the people development process at the IDF.

Michal Inbal-Yaakobson
VP of HR, BDO Israel

I knew Nirit when I started to formulate a new strategic plan. The challenging questions she asked and the rich knowledge she brought with her helped me clarify and focus directions. Later Nirit contributed to the management’s connection to the program in a fascinating lecture on the trends and changes in the world of work. Nirit touched on the questions that concern us as managers and opened the mind to us in new directions.

Amit Atias
Training coordinator, Ashdod Port

Nirit’s keynote on the future world of work was engaging thought provoking. It helped management realize that the knowledge, professionalism and experience we have accumulated will not necessarily serve us in tomorrow’s world and we must take responsibility for the management of our careers. I highly recommend hearing this talk!

Ruty Akman
VP of HR, Alchem Medical

I met Nirit as I was working a new HR strategic plan for a new CEO. She helped me plan processes to support cultural changes in the organization. Strongly recommend.

Michal Yanai
Strategic planning, Toronto friendship

Nirit gave a keynote at a seminar on the changing work environment. She generated great interest among participants and spoke to content that added practical knowledge for the employees. It was evident that the preparation we held with Nirit reflected in the content and the presentation. I have never before met a speaker who adapted so perfectly to her audience.

Brigadier General Oded Basik
Commander of 162nd Armor Division

In recognition of the keynote you gave for the 162nd Armor Divisional Commanders

Tamar Aloni
Director of Social Services Northern District, Maccabi Health Services

Many thanks for the fascinating and relevant lecture. We keep receiving highly positive feedback from the volunteers.

From our blog: stay updated

The column on the future world of work is also published in the Globes and examines what is changing and what can be done about it, each time from a different perspective

It’s not difficult to imagine how organizations and authorities might take new capabilities a little too far.
Over the next decade we will all be partners in creating and using new worlds, combining reality with what isn’t. It may not be very different from the stories told around a campfire, on walls, in books and in pictures and movies, but the way the boundaries will be blurred is not like anything we have ever known.
Welcome to the era of the curious leader, an era in which success is less related to the knowledge of the answers than to the ability to wonder out loud and the permission to ask questions. Curiosity encourages leaders to seek new ideas and approach problems in new ways to keep pace with change and lead organizations transforming into the new worlds. And when you ask the CEOs what are the most important traits for people in today’s organization, most of those cited are related to curiosity.
With the appearance of advanced sensors in our environment, we are now able to better assess whether open space office layouts truly encourage collaboration and communication. The results might not surprise you: employees have created alternative boundaries between them and others. Future office space will probably be adjustable to changing needs.
The business world takes the abundance of labor for granted. Throughout most of our careers we have seen global labor markets growing.
The writing is already on the wall. Notice what is happening in the world of shopping, retail, stores, even malls. Let’s take cashiers as an example.
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