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?
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Harvard Business School
The E.W. Scripps Company
McCormick & Company
American Heart Association
Harvard Business Review
The head of global learning and development for a 40,000-employee tech company describes how digital tools support its growth mindset in the midst of a historic shift to remote work.
Shveta Miglani, PhD, head of people experience & learning, Micron Technology
Lydia Dishman, Fast Company, contributing editor
The global COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally disrupted work … perhaps forever. As companies emerge from the crisis and adapt to the new normal, it’s clear that shaping a modern and resilient workforce will require adoption of innovative and creative solutions to shape the Future of Work.
Join us and learn more about how the most forward-looking and disruptive companies are finding and keeping the best workers, re-skilling and up-skilling their talent, upending traditional roles, innovating, investing and finding creative solutions powered by AI to shape the work of tomorrow.
Madhukar Govindaraju, Numly, CEO
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?
Kate Zimberg PhD, F5, VP, employee experience & enablement
Mike Hill, Applied Materials, senior director of talent and organization development
Chantal Veillon-Berteloot, Bristol-Myers Squibb, VP HR – global product development & supply
Gina Nebesar, Ovia Health, co-founder, chief product officer
Mattias Hallberg, Attuned, head of product development
Emily McCrary-Ruiz-Esparza, Independent Journalist, Freelance Writer
You don’t need to hear again that 2020 upended how employees think about and interact with their companies. It’s now time to move forward. Dave Carhart, VP of People at Lattice, speaks on rebuilding culture and connection and finding new ways to show up for your team.
Dave Carhart, Lattice, vp of people
Remote workers and on-site workers face new challenges. Social distancing, isolation, and predominantly digital communication have reframed workplace culture. How can technology open trusted channels for confidential dialog between your people and your company?
Lauren Bean, Vault Platform, Customer Success
As the pandemic accelerates the already rapid digitization of learning and development solutions in the workforce, Leadership Coaching is becoming not only accessible to more leaders, but more effective through the suite of tools that are developing to support it. In this workshop learn about the latest digital tools and methods that are being used to maximize the impact of leadership development and coaching programs.
Will Foussier, AceUp, co-founder, CEO
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? What considerations should be made for all types of diversity in the workforce, including generational differences? How can tech be used to empower existing programs like employee-resource groups (ERGs)?
Elizabeth Fryman, The E.W. Scripps Company, vice president of HR
Natalie Baumgartner, Achievers, chief workforce scientist
Pamela Sherman, American Heart Association, sr. director human resources
Tracie Hall, McCormick & Company, sr. director, global talent management and acquisition strategy
Lydia Dishman, Fast Company, contributing editor
Last year, we had to change overnight to adapt to sudden, unexpected remote work. This year we have the benefit of foresight as we face a whole new set of challenges: how to reimagine connection in a hybrid workplace. How can we take the lessons of the last year and ensure that we’re improving employee experience as we (partially) return to the office? Dan Manian, co-Founder & CEO of Donut shares some of the lessons he’s learned from helping over 12,000 teams stay connected, no matter where they are, and some thoughts on how we can create a more human workplace.
Dan Manian, CEO, Donut
In her new book, a leading expert in virtual and global work provides remote workers and leaders with the best practices necessary to perform at the highest levels in their organizations.
Tsedal Neeley, Naylor Fitzhugh Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School
Adi Ignatius, editor in chief, Harvard Business Review