Join Good Things Foundation Australia and PwC Australia for a special Get Online Week webinar on the Future of Work for Not-for-Profits (NFPs).
Already, we know that 87% of jobs in Australia require digital skills (RMIT, 2020). With rapid digitisation all around us and the move to hybrid and remote working models, NFPs need to have a focus on the future of work so they can continue with their core mission of supporting the community and advocating for change.
- Jess Wilson, CEO Good Things Foundation Australia.
- Vishy Narayanan, Asia Pacific Chief Digital & Information Officer at PwC Australia and Good Things Foundation Australia Board Member.
- Lawrence Goldstone, Lead Partner, Future of Work, PwC Australia and Chair of the Board at OzHarvest, Australia's largest food rescue charity.
PwC Australia’s 2nd Not-for-Profit CEO Survey shows a sector striving to achieve balance between future readiness and coping with the daily disruptions of COVID-19. In this webinar, we will share insights from the new Survey, with a focus on what it says about the need for digital upskilling.
Vishy Narayanan will focus on the important issue of how NFPs of all sizes can fast-track digital transformation to continue having impact in their community. Vishy will outline how organisations can upskill their workforce in the current COVID environment, even when resources are stretched.
Lawrence Goldstone will discuss how NFPs can adapt to the Future of Work. Lawrence will talk to the changing expectations of the workforce and the importance of skilling, reimagining the employee value proposition, and facing into what's being titled as 'the great resignation' that 2022 poses.
Registration for this event is essential. This event will be recorded for those unable to attend.