Flywire chief people officer Kelly Hartman, will be part of a panel discussion on managing and inspiring the new workforce at the Future of Work Summit taking place this week at Workplace by Facebook in London. The event is part of London Tech Week, a festival of tech and innovation that will bring together 55,000 attendees at hundreds of different events across the city.
The Future of Work Summit, which happens on Thursday, 14 June, focuses on how companies can leverage technology and talent to accelerate collaboration, communication and success in the new workplace. The event will feature practical examples of how technology has transformed tech giants’ working environments for the next generation. It will also feature interactive, C-level debates about how the new workforce generation is driving a change of culture in organizations, emerging leadership requirements, and automation’s impact on the role of human resources.
Flywire serves businesses, educational institutions, and hospitals around the world and has established its platform as the preferred solution for global payments and receivables processing. Hartman owns responsibility for Flywire’s worldwide efforts in organisational development, culture change, talent acquisition, talent management, executive learning and development, compensation, and succession planning. She supports Flywire’s business across the globe, from Europe and beyond including North America as well as the Asia-Pacific region.
Panel Session Details:
Is the Techno Generation Avoiding Facetime?
Thursday, 14 June
15:45 - 16:45
- How can businesses create a more transparent culture through the use of technology regardless of worker location?
- How can you create a flexible approach to work whilst being able to give very regular feedback and encouragement?
- How can you use technology to empower workers’ personal lives to drive communication and innovation in the workplace?
- Richard Burton, Head of Innovation Lab, EDF Energy
- Kelly Hartman, Chief People Officer, Flywire
- Chris Hiatt, Director, Landid
- Ann Minton, Academic Lead for Apprenticeships, University of Derby
- John Miu, Chief Operating Officer, Royal Albert Dock