We're on the edge of a new world of work -- one brimming with ways to reimagine how we use technology to collaborate, innovate and deliver differently. - PwC
Delivering your work differently is essential during and post the COVID-19 era. How is your business preparing for this new future of work? How are you channeling the new ways of working to better your employees and workplace productivity?
In this webinar, Jean McClellan, PwC Canada, will share her insights based on findings from PwC's Canadian workforce study. This study explored employees' and employers' perceptions of return-to-workplace plans, the digital workplace experience and the importance of work-life balance during the COVID-19 pandemic. Jean will discuss how Canadians' ways of working are becoming more fluid and how their relationships with organizations are changing. Plus, hear what is needed from businesses to build resiliency and maximize the potential of your people!
Please confirm your attendance by December 7 @ 4 PM
We will be using the Zoom meeting platform for the webinar. A link to join will be sent out to all registrants 12-24 hours prior to the webinar via email.
About the Presenter
Jean McClellan | National Consulting People and Organization Leader, PwC Canada
Jean McClellan has been with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP since 1995 and is a Partner in the Consulting practice. Jean currently leads PwC Canada's National People and Organization practice. She works with multidisciplinary teams to solve complex issues for clients. In the past, Jean held various leadership positions within PwC such as the Alberta Public Sector Leader, the Education Sector Leader for Western Canada, the People and Change lead for Western Canada, the Valuation, Forensics and Disputes Lead for Manitoba and the Performance Improvement lead for Manitoba. Jean has served public and private companies in the energy, agriculture, service, manufacturing, financial services, and public sectors over her career.
For close to a decade, Jean has practiced in the areas of program and change management, financial, operational, and human resource effectiveness, and service transformation. Prior to that, Jean's practice areas included valuation and fairness opinions, litigation support services, insurance claim services, economic and financial analysis, and corporate transaction support. She has been involved with numerous engagements undertaken for the purposes of litigation, arbitration and regulatory purposes.
In addition to having a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) degree and a Masters of Accounting degree from the University of Manitoba, Jean also holds her Chartered Accounting designation, her Chartered Business Valuators designation, her Certified Public Accountant (USA) designation, her Prosci Change Management Certification, and a Program Management Professional Designation. She has been recognized with the Early Achievement Award from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Manitoba and is a past Chair of the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce.