Pension Operators Association of Nigeria has said it will help companies and personnel in the pension industry to navigate the new and changing nature of work.
The association said this was at its knowledge sharing session held recently, according to a statement.
According to the statement, PenOp’s knowledge sharing session is a curated monthly session for C-level executives, human resources and other personnel in the pension industry where various subject matter experts are invited to dig deeper into topical issues that add value to the audience and the industry in general.
At the session, the Chief Executive Officer, Learning Impact Nigeria, Omagbitse Barrow, highlighted the benefits and disadvantages of remote and hybrid working, which it said had gained traction in the last 18 months.
He said organisations should leverage communication systems, institute virtual hangouts sessions for staff and clients, use technology for workflow checks and prioritise wellness and mental health check-ins.
According to Barrow, leadership development has to be prioritised for satisfactory business outcomes in an ever-changing work environment.
He said organisations needed to build resilience to cope in the new volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world.
The Chief Executive Officer, PenOp, Oguche Agudah, described mental health check-ins as important in the new phase of work.
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