Unlock Human Connection at Workhuman Live Online

October 1, 2020 Sarah Bloznalis

Business leaders of today have been recast as crucial players in the fight against racism and sexism both in and out of the workplace, all while dealing with the impact of a global pandemic. 

While many of us have been focused solely on surviving, there are some organizations that have been thriving

In this Workhuman® episode of “Have a Minute?”, Dr. Patti Fletcher, VP of brand marketing, asks Chris DeMeo, VP of customer marketing, what we can learn from thriving organizations during these pivotal times. 

Reflecting on the impact of the pandemic, Chris explains, “work is no longer a place; it’s a thing. And this new normal has stripped work down to what matters most – human connection.”

Chris is thrilled to share the impact of human connection at Workhuman® Live Online. “On Oct. 22, folks will be able to see how Workhuman has been helping the world’s leading companies unlock performance.” He continues, “we are in unchartered times, but despite that, Workhuman has helped these companies thrive amid uncertainty."

Patti also understands the importance of cultivating human connection in the workplace. After all, she says, “brick buildings don’t do business with brick buildings. Humans do business with humans.” 

Join us on Oct. 22 at 12:30 p.m. ET for Workhuman Live Online. You don’t want to miss this. Register today

(Each week, Dr. Patti Fletcher speaks with a Workhuman colleague on how to unlock the power of connection in the global talent economy.)

About the Author

Sarah Bloznalis

Sarah Bloznalis is a content marketing intern at Workhuman from Upton, Mass. She is a rising senior at University of Massachusetts Amherst, where she is studying management and political science.

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