Navigating the Future of Work—The Changing Landscape of the World of Work and the Role of HR

  • Friday, November 03, 2017
  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Tower Club, Tysons Corner, 8000 Towers Crescent Dr. #1700, Vienna, VA 22182

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Navigating the Future of Work—The Changing Landscape of the World of Work and the Role of HR

Speakers:  Theresa Lynch and Lara Paukovits, Willis Towers Watson

SESSION DESCRIPTION:

The emerging trend away from traditional employment coupled with the increase in automation and artificial intelligence (AI) in the workplace represents a massive shift with profound implications for businesses. Leaders are increasingly at risk if they fail to recognize that work can and will be done differently in the future, and potentially by talent that can float into and out of an organization. For human resources and CEOs alike, considering how to approach work redesign, talent processes and rewards in order to meet business strategies will be one of the biggest transformations in this century. We will explore this phenomenon and look at why and how the world of work is changing, the implications, and how organizations must adapt to survive.

Theresa Lynch


Theresa Lynch is a Consulting Director, Talent & Rewards in Willis Towers Watson’s Arlington, VA office. Her primary consulting focus is assisting clients in aligning their total reward programs with their organizational objectives. She provides client services in the areas of reward plan design, career frameworks, salary plan design and administration, job architecture and job leveling, and pay for performance plans.  She has performed as the compensation lead in many organizational transformation projects that sought to harmonize compensation programs and practices across diverse businesses.

Theresa is a frequent speaker on compensation topics at the local and regional level. 

Theresa holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce from the University of Virginia, and a Master’s degree in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University.  She is a member of SHRM, World at Work and the past President and current Board member of the Washington Area Compensation and Benefits Association.

Lara Paukovits


Lara Paukovits is a Senior Consultant in the Communication and Change Management practice of Willis Towers Watson, based in Arlington, VA. She focuses on developing and implementing change management and communication strategies, programs and tools to drive employee behavior change and deliver business results. In addition, Lara provides program management expertise to help organizations successfully navigate large-scale changes.

Lara has 13 years of experience with Willis Towers Watson. She is a member of the global change management leadership team and has contributed to the firm’s intellectual capital on change management for a decade.

Before joining Willis Towers Watson, Lara worked at a leading investment banking firm and a global healthcare company. She graduated magna cum laude from Wellesley College with a bachelor’s degree in art history and earned her master’s degree in integrated marketing communications from Northwestern University. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Kappa Tau Alpha.

When and Where:

Friday, November 3, 2017
Tower Club, Tysons Corner
8000 Towers Crescent Dr #1700, Vienna, VA 22182

Registration and networking breakfast:  8:00 to 8:30 am
Program:  8:30 to 10:00 am
Networking:  10:00 to 10:30 am
HRCI Credit available to attendees

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