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Digital Tools for Building an Engaged, Productive Team

In workforces transformed by remote work and challenged by stress, employers can take advantage of new platforms and approaches to boost engagement as well as productivity. What are the best new methods for collaboration? How can managers align the new tools with company culture and workflow to make sure the overall effect is sustainable and beneficial to worker well-being?


From Day One is a Recertification Provider for SHRM and HRCI. This session is eligible for 3 credits from both organizations. The Activity IDs will be sent to attendees after the conclusion of the session.


Shveta Miglani

Micron Technology

Mike Hill

Applied Materials

Tsedal Neeley

Harvard Business School

Mattias Hallberg


Elizabeth Fryman

The E.W. Scripps Company

Madhukar Govindaraju


Kate Zimberg


Dave Carhart


Myla Skinner

Quarter Five

Chantal Veillon-Berteloot

Bristol-Myers Squibb

Gina Nebesar

Ovia Health

Lydia Dishman

Fast Company

Tracie Hall

McCormick & Company

Matt Orozco




Using Digital Tools to Redesign the Employee Experience

New tools should make life better for workers, not more complicated or stressful. What are the steps to finding and implementing technology that will increase productivity as well as employee engagement? How can digital transformation be accomplished in close alignment with worker well-being?

How Technology Can Boost Inclusion in a Remote Workforce

When employees are physically dispersed, inclusion can suffer. What kind of tools and policies can be put in place to increase a sense of belonging and being heard? How can tech be used to empower existing programs like employee-resource groups (ERGs)?

Taking a Long-term View to Build Engagement That Lasts

Which are the techniques that get only short-term results–and which are those that may require greater investment but ensure more durable employee engagement and retention? What technological tools can enhance the ability of managers to provide transparency, recognition, feedback and career advancement?

How Different Generations Engage Work in Different Ways

In an increasingly age-diverse workforce, one size does not fit all. What are the myths and realities about engagement among the generations from Gen Z to Baby Boomers–and what tools and technologies can be deployed to fit the right needs at the right age?