“If you can’t get excited about what’s going on, then I think you’re missing something … I believe there’s far more to get excited about.”
– John Healy
In this episode of OneTAKE Live, host Ian Barkin sits down with John Healy, vice president and managing director of Kelly OGC at Kelly Services to discuss what the future of work entails, how the culture of work is changing, and the innovative new ways companies can empower their workforce.
The pandemic has been a catalyst for intense acceleration. Practically overnight, companies transitioned to work-at-home models, adopted emergent communications technology, and have had to rethink everything about the way we work. Rebuilding the workforce post-pandemic will require a radically new approach — and some outside-the-box thinking.
Fortunately, we have John Healy to help guide us through the chaos. As a leader at Kelly’s Office of the Future of Work, he knows a thing or two about what tomorrow’s workforce might look like. According to him, this time of rebuilding presents a unique opportunity for leaders and employees alike to rethink their processes: “Fixing something like that is a genuine opportunity for so many people in the process. Not just for employers or for staffing companies,” John explains. “It’s good for society.”
In his role as the vice president and managing director at Kelly, John studies not only the future of the workforce and technology, but also the workplace and social norms. He believes that it’s possible to leverage talent to create business communities that value improvement, accountability, and opportunity.
Join us as we learn about all the ways work and the workforce are evolving on OneTAKE Live!