On Thursday, Oct. 22 at 12:30 p.m. ET, Workhuman® will hold its second virtual event of the year, Workhuman® Live Online. This event is for anyone who believes the workplace has a fundamental role to play in creating a better world.
As part of the 90-minute documentary-style broadcast, you’ll get data-driven, action-oriented insights on how to unlock human connection in the global workplace. There might also be a few exciting announcements thrown in there, too. (You’ll have to tune in to get the inside scoop.)
Who can you expect to see at the event? Here are 10 speakers who will join us as we pioneer a more human way to work:
- Lisa Ling: You may have seen the announcement about Lisa here on the blog a couple of weeks back. Lisa is an Emmy award-winning journalist from CNN and OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network. She’s an advocate for underrepresented groups around the world and has tackled some of the toughest topics, from addiction and poverty, to anti-LGBTQ+ organizations and PTSD in war veterans.
- Claude Silver: As the world’s first chief heart officer, Claude works to bring empathy, agency, and optimism, to every one of the 800 employees of VaynerMedia, a $100M marketing agency. She’s on a mission to bring emotional positivity and heart to organizations and individuals
- Eric Mosley: As Workhuman’s co-founder and CEO, Eric is leading the charge to dismantle old HR processes and challenge organizations to build new ways to connect in the modern workplace. He’s also the co-author, with Derek Irvine, of the recently released book, “Making Work Human: How Human-Centered Companies are Changing the Future of Work and the World.”
- Tina Kao Mylon: As SVP of Talent and Diversity at Schneider Electric, Tina is responsible for talent strategy and transformation at the group level, including talent acquisition, employer branding, career development, performance management, leadership development, succession planning, diversity and inclusion, and well-being.
- Kristin Morales-Lemieux: SVP and Chief Human Resources Officer at Baystate Health, Kristin directs all HR activities for more than 12,000 employees across the Baystate Health System, including talent acquisition, workforce planning, training and organizational development, compensation and benefit programs, employee and labor relations, employee engagement, and workforce health and wellness programs.
- Francine Katsoudas: Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer at Cisco, Francine leads organizational strategy, promoting operational effectiveness, and elevating team performance through innovative leadership. She leads the people strategy and people deal, both of which support and align to Cisco's overall business strategy and are essential to driving the company's transformational journey.
- Steve Pemberton: As Workhuman’s CHRO, Steve works with HR leaders and senior executives worldwide to help build workplaces where every employee feels recognized, respected, and appreciated for who they are and what they do. He champions and promotes our Workhuman movement to inspire HR leaders to embrace more humanity and foster a sense of purpose in the workplace.
- Derek Irvine: As our senior vice president of client strategy and consulting, Derek leads Workhuman’s insight consulting division, which helps guide leading brands toward making work more human. He helps clients – including some of world’s most admired companies – leverage proven recognition strategies and best practices to elevate employee engagement, increase retention, and improve bottom-line results.
- Jennifer Reimert: In her role as VP, solutions consulting at Workhuman, Jennifer consults with HR leaders on how to build high-performing cultures with measurable results, leveraging the power of recognition. She has more than 25 years of HR industry experience and is passionate about guiding organizations and senior leaders on how to celebrate, connect, and coach their people and teams,
- Jesse Harriott: An esteemed research and analytics professional with more than 20 years of experience, Jesse is the global head of analytics at Workhuman. His focus is on expanding the research efforts of our in-house institute, and building out Workhuman’s data science capabilities to illuminate what we’ve learned about modern workplace cultures and how recognition has played a positive role – especially during these changing times.
We can’t wait to “see” you there. Register now.
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