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.

Maigen Rowe, Director of Global Employee Experience at Allegion recognizes that the future dynamics of employee experience and team culture are rapidly evolving, especially given multiple generations operating in today’s workforce. She shares that employees, regardless of where they are on their professional journey, crave security – at their organization and in their role.

Rob Biederman, Co-Founder and CEO of Catalant Technologies is helping organizations understand their most important asset: their people. This includes ensuring the right people are in the right roles. But that doesn’t mean letting AI and technology rule your recruiting, talent development, and employee experience. Instead, he helps them perfect their strategies while incorporating technology — keeping the human element at the forefront of your business.

Kathryn Tague, Assistant Vice President of Learning and Development at Guardian Life, has dedicated her time to helping entrepreneurs build their lifelong financial business. She shows them that in order to be successful you must be receptive to change and welcome lifelong learning. Kathryn dives deep into talent acquisition and retention as well as how to use data to drive decision making, prioritize where we spend our dollars, and build company credibility

Andrew Vesey, CEO of AGL energy (Sydney Australia), is an internationally recognized business leader and expert in transforming utilities into market innovators in highly competitive markets. Andy recognizes that digital adaptation and using data to develop your long-term business strategy is vital to an organization’s success and growth in the 21st century.

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.

Debra Ruh, CEO of Ruh Global Communications, has dedicated her life to creating a path of empowerment and inclusion for those with disabilities. She believes the biggest disability in today’s workforce isn’t physical or mental, but the inability to see human potential. Tune in to learn the importance of hiring diverse teams, how to avoid unconscious biases and practical steps businesses of all sizes can implement to accommodate people with disabilities

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.

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.

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.