With almost 30 years of experience as the CEO of Global Advisory and Consulting at PwC, Miles Everson dedicated and contributed a lot to make the firm a magnet of talent and one of the top employers on the planet.
Nevertheless, when Everson found a gross incompatibility between the modern approach to staffing and the global future of work, he decided to voluntarily step down from his role and aim for “a total reinvention of the global workforce.”
Do you want to know what these incompatibilities are that lead to reinventing the global workforce, which will directly affect businesses’ future success?
Join us on September 20, Monday, for the webinar titled, “Everson and Valens @ Northeastern: Reinventing the Global Workforce” from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM EDT. This online event is presented by Northeastern University and Valens Research.
In this webinar, Everson will share his personal experiences and share his expertise on how organizations can survive and succeed through workforce reinvention.
In this one-hour session, he will also discuss:
- Why a global CEO would leave his company to reinvent the global workforce
- How his life-changing decision is now creating a trend in the professional industry
- The worker-driven steps that create partnerships between independents and clients
- How to seek greater profitability, efficiency, and fulfillment for the newly reinvented workforce
- How a newly reinvented workforce will benefit the global economy in the coming decades
Students can expect to gain insights into the future of the workforce as they prepare for their careers. No matter what field you are interested in, Miles’ advice will benefit everyone who is preparing to enter the workforce.
Northeastern students, if you are interested in an opportunity to work as a consultant for high-profile clients, including Miles, then be sure to stick around until the end of the webinar where there will be a co-op panel and Q&A for the Valens Research Consulting & Marketing Co-op position.
Join us for this one-of-a-kind event!
*There is no charge for attending this webinar. Registration is required to save your slot.
We hope to see you then!Register for this Program