The future of work: Inclusive leadership
- Tuesday 7 July 2020, 4pm to 5pm
- Admission:Free admission, booking required
The future of work has historically generated substantial attention with practitioners, researchers, and policy makers. This subject, however, has never been more pressing than today when digitalisation alters how employees attribute meaning in their work, what they expect from their leadership, as well as where and how work is conducted.
In this masterclass, we will discuss that when considering the future of work, we should not just consider the work redesign itself, but rather the reconfiguration of social structures and the impacts these have not only on how and where work is taking place, but also on how meaningfulness derives.
Dr Andri Georgiadou is Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management in the Nottingham University Business School and is affiliated with the Equality Inclusion Diversity Centre in Cyprus. She is the Elected Representative-at-Large of the Management Education and Development Division of the Academy of Management (AOM), the Deputy Chair and Vice Chair Events for Academy of International Business (AIB) Western Europe chapter.
Dr Georgiadou’s research focuses on equality, inclusion and diversity at work from relational and interdisciplinary perspectives.