How to Make Employee Experience Modern, Meaningful and Measurable

The new, physically distributed way of working brings new challenges to employee experience that go beyond technology. Organizations can consider addressing goals such as supporting corporate culture, employee wellness, productivity, innovation, career development, employee contribution equity, and more.

In this panel discussion,  top leadership experts tackle these issues:

• Why co-creating a secure, equitable employee experience fuels collaboration, and organizational culture and delivers bottom-line results

• How can you ensure your hybrid ways of working strategy is suitable for the entire team while remaining future-proof?

• Understanding how employee experiences and attitudes shape workers’ willingness to adopt tech at work to improve performance?

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Dee Olomajeye

Vice President People Strategy & Culture at Senti Biosciences

Leading the People Function and creating a Great Place to Work to help build a new generation of smarter medicines.

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Carol Kauffman

Founding Director, Institute of Coaching at Harvard Medical School

Leadership Coach with 25 Years Experience Coaching | 40,000 hours of Client contact | Thinkers50 | MG100 Coaches

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Megan Libby

Vice President Global L&D at PVH Corp.

Head of Global COE for Learning & Talent Development for 40,000+ employees serving the iconic brands Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Warners and Olga.

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Wagner Denuzzo

Vice President Organizational Effectiveness at Prudential Financial

Activating Prudentials capabilities to accelerate growth and cultural aspirations for their 45,000+ employees.

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Jeff Belanger

Chief People Officer at Entera

Building an inclusive Talent agenda for a venture backed full -service SaaS + Services platform for professional single-family real estate investors.

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Rosette Cataldo

HR Talent Management Consultant and AceUp Advisor

Experience within various industries with a niche in modernizing HR Talent Management practices and focused on Human-Centered Leadership practices.

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