How to Unite Purpose and Performance Through Human-Centered Leadership
Purpose matters more than ever these days. It is what draws people to your organization and helps them stay. Often we think we need to sacrifice performance when taking a purpose-driven approach. However, by developing human-centered leaders at all levels of your organization, you are able to unite purpose and performance, allowing them to work in tandem to accelerate growth and sustainable success. Our panel of some of the world’s top HR leaders will share:
- Why human-centered leadership is required in this new world of work
- How they are the key to fueling purpose and performance
- Strategies to develop human-centered leaders in real life
Amy Beltz is an innovative Senior HR Leader with 20+ years’ experience in organization development, talent management, and leadership development. She earned her Master’s in Human Resource Management from LaRoche University and is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).
Amy is dedicated to driving talent strategies to help businesses meet short and long-term strategies, and she has a passion for creating an inclusive culture that allows everyone to bring their best selves to work. Amy currently leads the Talent Management function at Chemours which includes leadership and oversight of the Inclusion, Diversity, & Equity Council, designing leadership development programs, and facilitating talent conversations to ensure actional development plans.
Stephane Charbonnier is Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Human Resources Officer for L’Oréal USA. In this role, Mr. Charbonnier is responsible for driving leadership and learning initiatives, developing talent and building an HR team with an “employee first” approach. He serves on the L’Oréal USA Strategic Committee and Human Resources Management Committee and reports to L’Oréal USA President and Chief Executive Officer, Frédéric Rozé and Executive Vice President of Human Resources, Jérôme Tixier.
Charbonnier is a solution-oriented leader with proven success building and leading multi-disciplinary HR teams within dynamic organizations. In 2013, he joined L’Oréal USA as the Vice President of Human Resources for the Company’s Consumer Products Division. Under Charbonnier’s leadership, his team supported digital transformation with the redesign of the Marketing and Integrated Marketing Communications teams and successfully integrated employees from NYX and the Multi-Cultural Beauty Division, which includes brands such as Carol’s Daughter and Softsheen-Carson. Prior to joining L’Oréal USA, he worked more than two decades in key HR leadership positions at Towers Watson, PepsiCo, Kraft Foods, American Express and McDonalds in Europe and in the United States.
Wagner is a Latino executive currently leading the Future of Work Talent CoE at Prudential. His team is responsible for Organizational Capabilities, Work and Org Design, Change Management, Workforce Transformation Delivery, and Organization Effectiveness for a future-ready enterprise. Prior to this role, Wagner was leading Leadership Talent Transformation at IBM where he also served as the Global VP, Leadership and Management Development for the enterprise during IBM’s largest transformation in its history. Wagner has been a Talent Strategy Leader, Leadership/Organizational Development Consultant, Executive Coach, and HR strategist for over 20 years. Wagner is a frequent speaker on the Future of Work and his ideas are driving a new way of thinking in HR. He was born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and holds a bachelor’s degree in communications, and earned a Master’s in Clinical Social Work from New York University.
Sandra Quince is the Chief Executive Officer responsible for leading the execution of all elements of P4P’s strategic plan and is responsible for the financial, programmatic and operational performance of the organization. She will work with the coalition’s co-chairs and Board of Directors to oversee and execute the organization’s strategic vision and growth plan.
Prior to this role, Sandra was the Diversity & Inclusion Executive responsible for the Global Diversity & Inclusion Council (GDIC) and head of D&I for the Global Human Resources organization.
Some of Sandra’s other accomplishments with respect to D&I include promoting religious inclusivity by educating managers on dates of observance for all employee faiths, and the importance of scheduling meetings and deliverables around them. She also partnered with global food service companies to address religious-based dietary needs. Additionally, she trained managers from an alliance partner bank to develop their global partnership competencies around new business development, operations, associate engagement and inclusion. Sandra also advises the Asian Advisory Council in its advocacy for colleagues of Asian descent with respect to career advancement.