How has the nature of the traditional corporate job evolved since the 2020 pandemic? How have these changes affected organizational structures, job functions, and employee well-being? What practices, benefits, and digital tools will be the most important going forward?
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Co-author, “How the Future Works: Leading Flexible Teams to Do the Best Work of Their Lives”
Teach for America
The Boston Globe
The way we work has changed. A new, flexible model is replacing traditional Monday-through-Friday, 9-to-5, in-office work. But beyond the basics of remote work arrangements, how much flexibility do today’s employees really want–and how can leaders provide it? Sheela Subramanian, co-author of How the Future Works: Leading Flexible Teams to Do the Best Work of Their Lives, will discuss how to reimagine manager training and rethink metrics for measuring success to empower flexible, high-performing teams.
Sheela Subramanian, VP, Future Forum
Katie Johnston, Reporter, the Boston Globe
How can we create resilient work cultures and develop people who are resilient in the face of uncertainty? In this session, we will take a look at science-based practices and systems to help your people better endure, recover, and adapt in the face of the unknown future.
Adam Bouse, Manager of Performance Coaching, 15five
In a hybrid work environment, constructive feedback and recognition matter more than ever. Managers will need the structure and skills to stay connected with their workers and keep them motivated. How can leaders boost productivity while responding to individual needs with compassionate solutions? When work-life boundaries have shifted, what are the best tools for communicating, goal-setting, and showing appreciation?
Melissa Luff Loizides, VP, Human Resources, Zebra Technologies Corporation
Nicole Turner, SVP, Global HR, Technology Hubs, Mastercard
Yana Smith, VP, People Development/Future Org Design, Teach for America
Natalie Baumgartner, PhD, Chief Workforce Scientist, Achievers
Paul Agustin, Director, Solutions Engineering, Betterworks
Lydia Dishman, Senior Editor for Growth and Engagement, Fast Company
The pandemic has led to a distinct reshaping of how we all work together. Rising Team will share preliminary insights from its first The State of Teams report to show what employees at every level are actually struggling with and specific things you can do today to create a more positive, productive, and engaged workforce.
Henry Finklestein, Head of Data & Customers, Rising Team
With labor shortages, hiring freezes, and layoffs top of mind for organizations, HR leaders are looking to do more with less. And with more and more companies rethinking their recruiting strategies for next year, many of them are turning to the contingent workforce to drive their business forward. Join us to hear how an elastic talent strategy enables organizations to scale up and down with a largely untapped pool of skilled talent. Find out why building a flexible workforce is a business imperative–and why leading organizations are turning to contingent talent to prepare for 2023.
Holly Ha, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Eightfold
Rebecca Warren, Director of Customer Success, Eightfold
In the midst of a tight labor market and shift in employee demographics as a whole, it’s more important than ever to meet the needs of your existing employees and help them feel more connected. However, the hybrid and remote workplace models have left us feeling isolated and out of the loop. With connection being a fundamental human need, how do you balance the need for workplace flexibility while creating strong connections and relationships? Join us for this in-depth session on how you can create a more connected human experience across the entire employee lifecycle and help your employees create the connections that will create your success.
Andrea Dumont, Chief Marketing Officer, Enboarder
Emily Nonko, Journalist
A hiring slowdown presents an opportunity for HR leaders, from hiring executives to training managers, to get ahead of the skills needed for the new and evolving roles of tomorrow. What are the internal paths of communication that can pick up on the early signals of change–as well as outside sources? How can companies improve the development process for new training programs–as well as finding the right candidates for upskilling and reskilling? What innovations can promote career growth and internal mobility?
Khairunissa Jivani, VP, Future of Work | Talent Transformation | Organizational Effectiveness, Prudential
Tamar Becks, VP, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging, CACI International
Lindsey Dixon, AVP, Innovation, NAF
MaryKate Morley Ryan, Managing Director, Accenture
Bryan Walsh, Editor, Future Perfect, Vox
As economic conditions grow more uncertain, and news of layoffs flood the media, many organizations are considering the unthinkable—cutting the hard won talent that was in-demand just a few short months ago. But what if there is a better way? If the pandemic taught us anything it’s that organizations need to protect and grow their talent, especially in times of uncertainty. In this session, you’ll learn why you should keep, grow, and redeploy—instead of laying off—your recruiters.
Robyn Thornton, Talent Acquisition Director, SeekOut
How a global power-management company with more than 86,000 workers has achieved remarkable success in its DEI commitments, including at the management level. The company’s CHRO tells how a combination of data analytics and long-term goals have driven the company’s progress.
Ernest Marshall, Chief Human Resources Officer, Eaton Corp.
Shana Lebowitz Gaynor, Correspondent, Insider