How we’ll work next with Nina Henderson, International Workplace Group Director

Video interview
March 2022

IN BRIEF

  • 5:15 – There are a couple of things that concern me as we continue to use collaboration technologies: One, I think it’s very difficult, if not impossible, to maintain a cultural identity. Two, I think they are transactional in nature. They are designed to get things done. They are designed to check a box and move on.
  • 12:40 – The traditional work week is no more and will continue to evolve to the point where there will be just a work time-period, and I think it’ll be up to individuals to regulate that.
  • 16:00 – How we work, what we value in work, choosing who we work for and with will change dramatically as we go forward.

Joe Kornik, Editor-in-Chief of VISION by Protiviti catches up with Nina Henderson, Director, International Workplace Group, CNO Financial Group and Hikma Pharmaceuticals to discuss the future of work. Currently, she chairs several human resource/compensation committees and is a member of audit, corporate social responsibility, and governance committees for these NYSE and LSE listed companies. Nina is also vice chair of Drexel University’s board of trustees, a commissioner of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery and a director of the Visiting Nurse Service of New York and the Foreign Policy Association.


ABOUT

Nina Henderson
Director
International Workplace Group, CNO Financial Group, Hikma Pharmaceuticals

Nina Henderson is a director of CNO Financial Group, International Workplace Group, and Hikma Pharmaceuticals. Currently, she chairs several human resource/compensation committees and is a member of audit, corporate social responsibility, and governance committees for these NYSE and LSE listed companies. Nina has served on the boards of AXA Financial, The Equitable Companies, Del Monte Foods Comp, Hunt Corporation, Pactiv Corporation, Royal Dutch Shell PLC, and Walter Energy, Inc. Henderson is vice chair of Drexel University’s board of trustees, a commissioner of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery and a director of the Visiting Nurse Service of New York and the Foreign Policy Association.

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