As a discussion starter, Robinson asked each of the panellists to share what gives them optimism for the year ahead when it comes to people.
Specsavers’ Gayla Wright said that the brand has noticed people wanting to work for a purpose, and linking in to their passions, which then gives rise to new opportunities. “If we’re able to really harness that and think around – where can we get people working on different things, different projects, coming up with different ideas; that’s then going to aid the business. That’s really a win-win – because it makes sure that people have that variety in their roles, and that we get the very best out of our people.”
Schneider Electric’s Steven Javor observed that, now that organisations are in a position to return to the office and reunite in person, there is a new energy among their staff. “[People] are more excited to learn about the possibilities that they are creating from the experience that they’ve had – and we’re really looking for those people that have that joie de vivre, that curiosity, that are always learning.”
Schneider, said Javor, seeks out employees who are “T-shaped” – combining a deep specialist knowledge of an area such as sales, marketing, or distribution with a broad understanding of the wider ecosystem. “By having that overall view, we believe that they understand that customer experience – because we believe that the customer is loyal to the experience. They’re not loyal to brands as much anymore; they’re loyal to that experience.”
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“What made me excited, during my time in Formula One,” said Ellie Norman, “and, I think, a positive of Covid – was because businesses had to transition so quickly to being omnichannel and focused on the digital transformation and ecommerce, it actually raised the profile of customer experience, of the required martech, of the required resources inside the organisation, to a much higher level than I think had previously existed.