Lorie Corcuera

Lorie Corcuera

Co-Founder and CEO, SPARK Creations & Company Inc.

Why is Lorie speaking at WorkHuman?

Physiological safety, a combination of interpersonal trust and mutual respect, was the key element in Google’s quest to build the perfect team. Lorie Corcuera co-founded a training and development organization to share culture stories like Google’s and educate others on culture learning, integration, and design.

About Lorie:

Lorie Corcuera is the co-founder and CEO at SPARK Creations & Company Inc., a training and development organization that inspires people and companies to create meaningful cultures and workplaces. Over the past 20 years, Lorie has cultivated her people and culture development, community relations, and leadership coaching experience as both a strategic and progressive senior human resources leader in the technology, interactive entertainment, retail, hospitality, manufacturing, professional services, and nonprofit spaces. Lorie is passionate about elevating the life experience at work and cultivating a community that is igniting and enriching our human spirit.

Lorie has been a featured speaker for DisruptHR Vancouver, HR Tech Human Capital Symposium, CPHR Victoria Symposium, CPHR BC & Yukon Annual Conference, HR Professionals Association Annual Conference, Canadian Auto Association Customer Experience Conference, and Women in Tech Regatta. She has also published articles for the magazines Inc., PeopleTalk Magazine, and BCBusiness.

Lorie is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) with The Coaches Training Institute (CTI); an active mentor for Futurpreneur Canada, Dress for Success Vancouver, HR Tech Group, and Forum for Women Entrepreneurs; and co-founder of the social enterprise Enspire Foundation. To learn more, go to sparkcreationsinc.com.

Humanizing Cultures: The Power of Love and Compassion in the Workplace
Lorie Corcuera, Co-Founder and CEO at SPARK Creations & Company Inc.

When Google went on a quest to build the perfect team, they learned that the key element required is psychological safety. In other words, members listen to one another, have a voice, and can share freely without judgment, and they show empathy and sensitivity to the feelings and needs of their teammates. Harvard Business School […]

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