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A turbulent talent war. Culture decay. The Great Resignation. Join us as we tackle the forces shaping the world of work and explore how you can optimize your workplace culture in response to them. Play the video for a preview.
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You can always count on Workhuman to have the most inspirational content.”
For this new Spotlight series, we’re working to bring you the exciting, thought-provoking speakers you’ve come to expect from other Workhuman events.
We’ll follow up with speaker announcements as the event gets closer!
CEO of Workhuman
Co-Founder & CEO, Workhuman
“A culture and people lifted by gratitude is an unstoppable force.”
An HR visionary, Eric Mosley has long believed that employees achieve their fullest potential when they feel appreciated, connected, and empowered to be who they are in the work they do.
As CEO and co-founder of Workhuman, previously Globoforce, Eric has pioneered the advent of the human workplace. He guides organizations worldwide on how to dismantle old HR processes, build new ways to connect the modern workforce, and create the more human-centric workplaces that leverage the way people work today, and in the future.
Eric is the acclaimed author of “The Crowdsourced Performance Review” and co-author of “The Power of Thanks” and “Making Work Human.” Eric is an expert on recognition and humanity in the workplace and frequently contributes his perspective to Forbes, Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, and more.
During Workhuman Spotlight, Eric will focus on some of the most pressing challenges facing HR, share what we are hearing from our customers, what we’re hearing from our world and how our platforms can be used to address those issues. He’ll also welcome some renowned special guests and may just share some exciting announcements. You don’t want to miss it.
New York Times best-selling author and top global thinkerOnly available Until 11/17.But catch Malcolm live at Workhuman Live in Atlanta.
Only available Until 11/17.But catch Malcolm live at Workhuman Live in Atlanta.
New York Times bestselling author and top global thinker joins Workhuman Spotlight.
“A radical and transformative thought goes nowhere without the willingness to challenge convention.”
Malcolm Gladwell is the author of five New York Times bestsellers – “The Tipping Point,” “Blink,” “Outliers,” “What the Dog Saw,” and “David and Goliath.” He is also the co-founder of Pushkin Industries, an audio content company that produces the podcasts Revisionist History, which reconsiders things both overlooked and misunderstood, and Broken Record, where he, Rick Rubin, and Bruce Headlam interview musicians across a wide range of genres. Malcolm has been included in the TIME 100 Most Influential People list and touted as one of Foreign Policy’s Top Global Thinkers.
Now he’s delving into the complexities of the modern workforce at Workhuman Spotlight. As the keynote speaker of this thought-provoking digital event, Malcolm will offer his unique perspective on how we can tackle the business challenges of today while advancing human welfare for the betterment of tomorrow.
Facilitator, Strategic Advisor, and AuthorOnly available until 10/20. But catch Priya live at Workhuman Live in Atlanta.
Only available until 10/20. But catch Priya live at Workhuman Live in Atlanta.
Facilitator, Strategic Advisor, and Author of The Art of Gathering joins Workhuman Spotlight
“When you gather well, one of the outcomes is you create a sense of belonging. When you create a sense of belonging, you increase your retention rates. You decrease burnout.”
Priya Parker is helping us take a deeper look at how anyone can create collective meaning in modern life, one gathering at a time. She is a facilitator, strategic advisor, acclaimed author of The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why it Matters and the host of the New York Times podcast, Together Apart. Parker has spent 15 years helping leaders and communities have complicated conversations about community and identity and vision at moments of transition. Trained in the field of conflict resolution, Parker has worked on race relations on American college campuses and on peace processes in the Arab world, southern Africa, and India.
At Workhuman Spotlight, Priya will sit down with Derek Irvine, Workhuman’s SVP Client Strategy, to discuss how the global pandemic has changed the way we gather at work and in life – and what we can do to bring people together.
Chief Human Resources Officer, Organon
Chief Human Resources Officer, Organon
As Organon’s chief human resources officer, Aaron Falcione is focused on building a “culture-first” company that attracts the best talent. He fosters an environment where all employees have a sense of belonging and can wholeheartedly embrace Organon’s values. With diversity, equity and inclusion at the core, Aaron leads a team of human resources professionals around the world who are responsible for all aspects of the Organon employee experience, including performance and change management, succession planning, learning and development, and compensation and benefits.
At Workhuman Spotlight, you’ll hear from Aaron and Workhuman’s chief human resources officer, Steve Pemberton, discuss how to authentically improve the employee experience and connect culture to a shared purpose.
Opening – Eric Mosley delves into the megatrends facing HR right now, including the ‘Great Resignation’ and remote work.
Solutions overview – Our experts explain how Workhuman tools can help address these megatrends in impactful ways.
Interview with Priya Parker – Priya shares how to make meaningful connections in a dynamic and increasingly hybrid world.
Keynote by Malcolm Gladwell – Malcolm offers his insights on how to address the leadership challenges of today while advancing human welfare for the betterment of tomorrow.
Interview with Aaron Falcione – Organon’s CHRO shares the positive results his company experienced when they focused on their people and culture.
Closing – Eric returns to recap the broadcast learnings and offer recommendations on how to turn today’s challenges into opportunities.
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