Linkedin: The New Resume
Patricia Bradley, Executive Vice President at Strawn Arnold & Associates prides herself on her ability to attract diverse top talent utilizing various forms of technology. She recognizes that technology is dominating and transforming the hiring process for the better, more than ever before, and employers and candidates now have a better sense of where they fall in the marketplace.
LEadership Tomorrow vs. leadership today
Linda Nedelcoff, Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy, and Human Resources Officer for CUNA Mutual Group is no stranger to helping companies be more agile in the face of change, while cultivating strong and resilient leaders. She shares that top organizations build effective leaders when they focus on three things to emphasize role vitality and impact: empowerment, engagement, and empathy.
Empathy in the Digital Workplace
Giselle Jones, Senior Vice President of Human Resources for The HSC Health Care System shares how to prepare both your HR department and your organization for a seamless and successful digital acquisition. She recognizes that a thriving organization is built from the inside out. Before you can adopt new practices to perform work, you must first ensure your policies and practices are equipped to support employee connection.
Modernizing Company Culture
David Sturt, Executive Vice President of O.C. Tanner Company and Tim Kuppler, Founder of CultureUniversity.com and Director of Culture and Organizational Development at Human Synergistics. The two collaborated on the 2020 Global Culture Report, which reveals the six core dimensions of workplace culture. This 180 page Culture Report is a collection of research from real employees across various industries, countries, and levels outlining what creates a sustainable culture where employees thrive.
Leading a Multi-Gen Workplace
Tanya Axenson, Vice President of Human Resources at Aerotek has made it her mission to help companies of all sizes focus on their overall workforce inclusion and employee engagement. She understands that to create a powerful culture, your leadership team must commit to helping individuals of all ages, experience, and tenure realize their professional (and personal) goals. Achieving this requires a multi-tiered approach that considers the market, the company, and the individual, and Tanya explores some of the best and most actionable strategies.
Dialogue of Diversity
Andrea Procaccino, Vice President of Talent Development & Diversity, and Chief Learning Officer at New York Presbyterian Hospital (NYP). Andrea shares how her team is paving the way for a transformative and successful approach to diversity acceptance in the workplace. An approach that will ensure every team member feels comfortable showing up to work each day as their authentic self. Through monthly team experiences, large company seminars, and educational resources, NYP is facilitating conversations around creating a culture of mutual respect for all employees.
Participating in Mindful Work
Moira Lethbridge, Principal and Owner at Lethbridge and Associates, has dedicated her professional career to helping people slow down and embrace earth’s true gifts. She begins with small steps, helping people identify the three most valuable things to them, and then builds out incremental shifts that place those priorities at the forefront. She shares daily practices that in five minutes or less, help you live out your values, appreciate the gifts you’ve been given, and eliminate the constant feeling of overwhelm.
Maximizing Your Positive Impact
Clarissa Peterson, President and CEO of Ohana HR, is enabling organizations to embrace technology and change to inspire employees to excel and maximize their positive impact. She acknowledges that perspectives, workplace standards, and employee needs have changed in comparison to decades past. It’s now the leaders’ job to acknowledge the proper training, role responsibilities, and developmental avenues that encourage talent development and retention.
New Decade, New Workplace
Futurist expert, David Houle says today’s HR professionals must offer their employee’s choices instead of limitations to ensure long-term satisfaction. David has delivered more than 1,000 speeches on six continents, published eight books, and devoted his adult life to researching humanity, change, and the impact of modern technology on society. In less than 60 minutes, he’ll take you on a journey years into the future entering what he calls the Shift Age ─ a period marked by its promise to disrupt all former thought and action and force us to face and resolve our self-created havoc.
Redefining equity and inclusion
Desiree Adaway, CEO of The Adaway Group has over 20 years of experience researching and helping organizations pinpoint their trigger points when it comes to inclusivity. Her work helps leaders foster stronger relationships amongst employees and invest in programs that encourage employee development of all identities. She acknowledges that we are born into a world filled with assumptions, stigmas, and social identities that guide our decisions and perceptions.
Change Capable Leadership
Holly Burkett, Principal at Evaluation Works, has helped countless teams embrace change while avoiding common pitfalls (like change failure, employee burnout, and poor communication). She addresses two major types of change, while identifying transformational change as the primary growth roadblock for many leaders. This type of complex change requires consistent time and attention to continually keep up with industry pace, understand new market demands, and analyze the needs of your employees.
Creative Workplaces Spark Stronger Connections
Shea Coakley, co-founder of multiple businesses like: Leanbox, Grind, The People Opps Society, and PERKS━helps create happier, healthier, and more productive employees. Shea understands that employees produce their best work and are happiest when they feel empowered by their employer and provided benefits that speak to their needs. So he’s created business models that do exactly that!
Minding the Resume Gap
Denise Caleb, Executive VP of Strategic Partnerships at Talent Plus, Inc. knows the importance of understanding and caring for employees in all different life stages. She recognizes that, like every person, every career path is unique. It’s the job of the leader to utilize different technology and communication techniques to understand, meet, and set their employees up for success despite where they are in their personal and professional journey.
turn stories into sustainable growth!
Daniel Jacobs, CEO and Founder of Avanoo helps leaders scale, sustain and drive ROI by creating positive company cultures through storytelling. With the use of AI he can create a map of a company’s culture – identifying their strong points and where opportunities exist. He believes that if you aren’t investing the time and effort into telling your own story, someone else will.
Modern Perks for the Modern Workplace
Alexa Baggio, Co-founder and Executive Director of PERKS is restarting the conversation around employee benefits and experiences. Longing for more thoughtful and modern solutions to workplace improvement and employee experience, Alexa co-founded the PERKS Convention to showcase the variety of benefits available for teams. She has seen firsthand the continuous transformation of benefits and new ideas that have been used to accelerate and improve company culture.
sustainability in business and HR
Lisa Calicchio, Senior VP, CHRO, and head of Sustainability at GAF shares her insights on how, as a business leader, you can increase your productivity, streamline processes, and manage time effectively, all while creating and operating a sustainable business. She recognizes that in order to effectively manage your internal systems, you must first have a full understanding of your business—that begins with understanding the current and future role of each employee.
inspiring workplace equality
Amy Bess, Shareholder and Chair, Labor and Employment Practice at Vedder Price PC, shares her insight on the importance of having difficult conversations to create compliant, productive workplaces that are focused on meeting and exceeding business objectives. Her expertise will provide you with proactive steps that you, as an employer, should be taking to cultivate a culture of inclusion.
running HR Like a Business
Ben Eubanks, Principal Analyst at Lighthouse Research Advisory, outlines a clear map of how organizations and leaders should be thinking about transformative technology, automation, and artificial intelligence. Ben shares the startling reality that today’s current job vacancies outweigh the human’s available in the workforce.
Job Security and a Sense of Belonging
Balancing Mission and Management
AUTHENTICITY, STRATEGY, AND TECHNOLOGY
DIGITAL WORK AND INNOVATION
Strategies for Scalable Growth
Zeno PIzzighella, Manager of Organizational Development at 14 West (The Agora Companies), shares how, as a leader in HR or People Management, you can develop a deeper understanding of your people, their talents, and ambitions to ultimately prepare them for success. Zeno acknowledges the influence of rapidly changing technology and an increasingly global workforce, and encourages organization to stay nimble if they want to remain competitive.
Empowering Inclusion in the Workplace
Utilizing Technology to Streamline Talent
Cassie Whitlock, Director of Human Resources at BambooHR, strives to humanize HR and create caring, people-focused work cultures. She shares her insights and breaks down the vital role technology plays in streamlining talent acquisition processes, creating management efficiencies, and personalizing the employee experience.
LeGALITY OF HR IN THE MODERN ERA
Louis Lessig, Partner at Brown & Connery, LLP, offers a new perspective on the future of work. His 20+ years of experience in litigation has allowed him to see firsthand various organization’s position in regards to #metoo movement, harassment cases, hostile work environments, and wage/hour irregularities. Selected by the New Jersey Law Journal as one of the “Top 40 Attorneys Under 40”, Louis is no stranger in educating organizations on how to establish equal, fair, and positive work cultures.
Affordable People-Centric Company Perks
Amy Spurling, CEO and Co-Founder of Compt, provides companies with a modern take on personalizing employee benefits programs. Named Boston’s “CFO of the Year” by Boston Business Journal, Amy is no stranger to helping organizations of all sizes identify which benefits in the marketplace are best suitable to fulfill employee needs and accommodate a diverse workforce.
A Purposeful Approach to Success
William Schiemann, CEO of Metrus Group and author of Fulfilled!, shares why future business success depends on leaders ability to understand their employees from a holistic standpoint. His methodology encourages the intersection of personal and company goals to help employees find greater success and happiness in all aspects of life.
Mindset + Agility = Profitability
Dr. Pamela Meyer, leading Agile Innovation Catalyst and author of Agility Shift, says that her former career in theater influenced her to work with creative and collaborative business teams. Pamela shares how she helps leaders shift away from settling for mediocrity to embrace a more forward-thinking mindset. This approach empowers leaders to keep their organizations relevant and foster a culture where people bring their whole selves to work.
Market Value of HR Leadership
Dave Ulrich, Ranked as the #1 management guru by Business Week, profiled by Fast Company as one of the world’s top 10 creative people in business, a top 5 coach in Forbes, and recognized on Thinkers50 as one of the world’s leading business thinkers. He shares his expertise and focus on HR outcomes, governance, and practices behind HR. Tune in to hear why he has been named “HR thought leader of the decade”.
Tech's Impact on people and profits
Franz Gilbert, Vice President of Solution Provider Programs at Bersin, Deloitte reveals how technology is spearheading and transforming jobs, human resource departments, and organizations as we know it. He shares his view on technology and innovation in business as two-fold; how it will directly impact the lives of millions of people in the marketplace, and how it will change the hiring and employee process within companies.
The Reality of Talent vs. Grit
Angela Duckworth, Founder and CEO of Character Lab, psychologist, and bestselling author of GRIT divulges her research on organizational and personal success. She analyzes one’s level of grit and how it plays a key role in creating a culture that is built with a common purpose, has structured goals, and a clear vision for prosperity.