Building a Digital Workforce Experience | Podcast with Jason Averbook

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Jason Averbook is the CEO and Co-Founder of Leapgen, and emerging growth management consulting firm dedicated to raising the potential of HR and IT leadership as they are buffeted by the evolution and changes in the digital workforce experiences of today.

Jason is also the author of the book The Ultimate Guide to a Digital Workforce Experience – Leap for a Purpose. He has more than 20 years of experience in both the HR and technology industries, working with companies to help them transform HR organizations into strategic partners. He is acknowledged as one of the top thought leaders globally on the future of work, and is a frequent keynote speaker at industry events.

Amid a busy schedule, we took some time to speak with Jason this week to learn more about why the concept of the ‘digital workforce experience’ is such a cornerstone feature of his work – and a part of why modern digital transformations are so often misunderstood. We also discussed why the organizations of tomorrow are going to trade in employee experience, why mindset is important (as always), the fundamental differences between ‘digital’ and ‘technology’, and the perils of shiny object syndrome (SOS).

Jason Averbook will present a keynote session entitled Building a Digital HR/People Strategy – A New Imperative, and a masterclass on the key practical messages from his book The Ultimate Guide to a Digital Workforce Experience – Leap for a Purpose at The HR Congress 2019 in Nice on November 19-20 this year. Make sure you join him there!

Listen to the full podcast below on Spotify or with Spreaker!

The 4th HR Congress Nice, November 19-20 will feature a selection of sessions that will explore this topic and much more! Follow the HR Congress Blog for more interesting ideas and content from around the world of work!

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