Global Performance Management Lead at FIS
Kehinde Oluwo works for FIS, a global financial technology company. She is responsible for leading the design, development and implementation of a leading-edge Performance Management approach for all 50,000 of FIS employees globally. Prior to her current role, Kehinde was a Strategy and Change Consultant with over 15 years experience within the Financial Services sector. The hallmark of her career has been the delivery of strategic people change initially as a Consultant with IBM and in-house within large global organizations including HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group, Barclays Wealth. She combines her broad business knowledge and commercial acumen to ensure that the potential of people are maximized and central to delivering business results. Kehinde completed a Masters in Organizational Behaviour at Birkbeck, University of London, a Bachelor of Economics at the University of Durham and is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Personnel and Development (MCIPD).
With the new model of work providing greater opportunities than ever for home working, what will the impact of this be on women's employment. Will home working become the new 'women's work' with all the negatives that can come with that as was the case with part-time work? Given the choice will more women choose jobs that allow them to work at home with men opting to be present in the office (and thus more visible for opportunities)? Or will men's recent experiences around their children mean that they do start to take more responsibility for childrearing and/or decide that they don't want to be full-time in the office?