November 6, 2019Apply to Attend!
DFW International Airport
Susan G. Komen
The Energy Project
Business Council for the Arts
CFT For Business
Nick Baily, co-founder, From Day One
From CEOs to team leaders, inclusiveness grows when the people in charge make it a priority. How should those values be codified and expressed? Who has the best methods for teaching leaders how to set goals and put it into practice every day?
Tyler Muse, Co-founder, Lingo Live
Joan Buccigrossi, Head Global Diversity & Inclusion, Alcon
Bobby Griffin, Head of Diversity & Inclusion, CBRE
Rapid technological advancements, evolving business strategies, and changing mindsets around work are driving a shift in the skills and competencies needed in the workforce of the future. Join Aon Associate Partner, Mina Morris to:
• Learn how to flip the script on digital transformation to support business growth and develop talent
• Understand how organizations are developing a talent strategy to buy, rent, automate or grow talent needs
• Review practical strategies to help "home grow" your future talent
• Learn how to develop insights to empower individuals to own and grow their future careers
• Hear real-life examples of companies that have successfully led their people through a digital change
Mina Morris, associate partner, Aon
What makes it authentic to the company’s roots and current mission? How does it weave itself into all aspects of company life, from people to products? How do companies update their culture to be responsive to changing times?
Ollie Malone, Jr., Ph.D., SPHR, Vice President, Human Resources, DFW International Airport
Yvonne Freeman, Vice President Global Total Rewards & HR Operations, Sabre
Catherine Olivieri, SVP, Human Resources, Susan G. Komen
Rick Wilson, Global Director, Diversity & Inclusion, AT&T
The ReadySet Ally Skills workshop positions people of color and their allies to successfully undertake allyship at work and beyond. By illustrating the stakes of allyship in tech and industries—as well as practical tools that can be used to achieve it—this training provides an optimal way to foster healthy workplaces for the growing number of womxn, queer, and transgender people of color in tech.
Through a combination of learning and development, small and large group discussions, and skill acquisition sessions, this workshop will provide new ways to foster critical conversations about difference and equality. The training provides concrete, actionable tools to empower employees and leaders to advocate for themselves and others.
Willie Jackson, diversity, equity, and inclusion consultant, ReadySet
Compensation counts for a lot, but the biggest factor is whether the worker feels appreciated and valued. An exploration of new thinking on subjects including healthy feedback, public recognition, a new generation of benefits, and a sense of mission and purpose on the job.
Suminder Sran, Boarding Pass Venture Lead, PwC
Curtis Brooks, Vice President, Employee Performance Management, U.S. Bank
Sharla Jones, Vice President, Learning & Development Manager, Hilltop Holdings Inc
Ruth Tilley, Vice President, HR Business Partner, McKesson
Nolan Godfrey, Executive Consultant and Coach, Stewart Leadership
Katherine Wagner, CEO, Business Council for the Arts
Tony Schwartz, CEO and founder, The Energy Project
Steve Koepp, co-founder, From Day One
Presented by BetterUp
Presented by The Pack Shack
Presented by NPower
Presented by Blackbaud
Presented by Accelerist
Presented by BVA Nudge Unit
The conference will take place at Gilley’s Dallas, a vast event space in Cedars Dallas.