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2019 Speakers

Our Keynote Speaker

Shawn Achor-1
Shawn AchorNYT Best Selling Author & Harvard Professor

Shawn Achor is the New York Times best-selling author of The Happiness Advantage and Before Happiness. He spent 12 years at Harvard, where he won over a dozen distinguished teaching awards, and delivered lectures on positive psychology in the most popular class at Harvard. Achor graduated magna cum laude from Harvard and earned a master’s degree from Harvard Divinity School in Christian and Buddhist ethics.

Achor has since become one of the world's leading experts on the connection between happiness and success. He has now worked with over a third of the Fortune 100 companies, and with places like the NFL, the Pentagon and the U.S. Treasury. To do his work, Achor has traveled to 51 countries, speaking to farmers in Zimbabwe, CEOs in China, doctors in Dubai and schoolchildren in South Africa. Recently, Oprah Winfrey did a two hour interview with Achor on the science of happiness and meaning. His research on happiness made the cover of Harvard Business Review, his TED talk is one of the most popular of all time with over 10 million views, and his lecture airing on PBS has been seen by millions.

Spotlight Speakers

Kristina Johnson

The Future of Work is Flexible

Attracting top talent used to be all about offering the most competitive salaries, benefits, and perks. But among today’s workforce, there’s a new baseline expectation: flexibility. And by connecting people cross-country and internationally, technology has made it possible to deliver on that promise.
 
Kristina Johnson, Chief People Officer at Okta, will share how companies can distinguish themselves in the new world of work. She’ll share survey data that points to what employees really want and how leading companies may soon become “location agnostic.”
Kristina Johnson
Chief People OfficerOkta Session Overviewspeakers-info
Whitney Hillyer BounceX

How to Finally Tie Performance and Compensation Together
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Come performance review season, it can be difficult to get employees to focus the conversation on performance, not dollars. But given that companies’ rationale behind compensation increases is oftentimes vague or just misunderstood, who can blame them? It’s time for a different approach.

Whitney Hillyer, Chief Customer and People Officer at BounceX, will share how her team used Namely to implement a new performance scoring system. By tying scores to predetermined raise percentages, she built a model that did the impossible: getting employees excited about review season.  

Whitney Hillyer
Chief Customer & People OfficerBounceX Session Overviewspeakers-info
ValorieKondos
Valorie Kondos Field
Head Gymnastics CoachUCLA

Speaker Lineup

AndyCunningham_Hubspot

SpeakHer Mind™ : A Conversation With Andy Cunningham


Namely’s SpeakHer Mind™ series is dedicated to providing education around women’s issues and empowerment. Join Silicon Valley communications legend Andy Cunningham and Namely CEO Elisa Steele for an engaging discussion on gender equality in the workplace.

Andy Cunningham
Founder and PresidentCunningham Collective Session Overviewspeakers-info
AzureAntoinette
Azure Antoinette
Poet HRR Opening Act
Eric Knudsen

3 Ways You're Not Thinking About Employee Turnover (Yet)
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Many HR professionals serve their organizations with employee turnover metrics that reflect the traditional structure of their companies: by department, team, and office location. While these are a critical start to the journey of studying turnover, they are not naturally tied to strategic talent priorities and can be difficult to act on.

Eric Knudsen, Manager of People Analytics at Namely, will introduce three new views of turnover tied to common talent initiatives like career development, effective management, and diversity. He’ll also share strategies on how to interpret your results and use them to drive action.

Eric Knudsen, Ph.D
Manager, People AnalyticsNamely Session Overviewspeakers-info
Lorna Hagen
Lorna Hagen
Chief People OfficerNamely
RichardDec_Hubspot

Panel: Navigating HR Challenges at High Growth Companies
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Whether your company is small or large, managing HR is never easy. But what about the fast-growing businesses that are somewhere in between? It takes a rare breed of professional to handle the cultural, performance, and recruiting challenges unique to high growth environments. Not to mention, chances are that your HR team isn’t scaling at the same rate.

Join us for a panel on navigating the challenges and opportunities faced by these exciting companies. Richard Dec, Head of Leadership at Vega Factor, will moderate a discussion on how even small HR teams can drive big results in high growth environments. He’ll be joined by Meredith Haberfield, CEO of ThinkHuman, Kristin Langdon, HR Director of BounceX, and Ryan Sandler, CEO of TrueWork.

Richard Dec
Head of LeadershipVega Factor Session Overviewspeakers-info
Danielle Schlar

HR Employee, No. 1

We’ve all heard about those scrappy HR “teams of one,” and for good reason. Managing even a small business’s people issues single-handedly is no small feat. But what about the even bolder souls who take on at a company that’s never had an HR team? Or worse yet, one once publically doubted whether the function was even necessary at all?

Danielle Schlar, the Global Head of People at LRN, shares on how she convinced her bosses that HR wasn’t just relevant, but critical to the business. She will also discuss how she addressed years of “HR neglect” and used technology to alleviate the administrative burden of starting from square one.

Danielle Schlar
Global Head of PeopleLRN Session Overviewspeakers-info
Mai Ton

How to Build an HR Metrics Dashboard
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Behind every data-driven HR professional, you’ll find a killer analytics dashboard. Having access to recruiting metrics, turnover trends, and engagement scores on the fly can make all the difference when you’re trying to make the most of your hard-earned “seat at the table.” The problem? Seemingly everyone, from the CPO to the CEO, seems to disagree on what metrics have a place on that dashboard.

Perennial HR Redefined favorite, Mai Ton, VP of Humans at WhiteOps, shares how you can build and iterate on your first-ever HR metrics dashboard. She’ll touch on what to measure, how to measure it, and perhaps most importantly, how to share it with the rest of company leadership.

Mai Ton
VP of HumansWhite Ops Session Overviewspeakers-info
Andrew Greenfield

Recruiting and Retaining Foreign Talent in the Trump Era
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Great talent knows no borders. But in today’s political climate, filling specialized roles with overseas talent has never been more difficult. New federal regulations, heightened visa requirements, and increased scrutiny of employment verification have all made it a challenge for recruiters to do their jobs effectively. Let’s bring in a lawyer.

Andrew Greenfield, Managing Partner at Fragomen, will walk you through the latest in immigration policy and the H-1B lottery system. He’ll share the tools and strategies you can use to hire and retain skilled foreign workers and remain competitive in the talent race.

Andrew Greenfield
Managing PartnerFragomen Session Overviewspeakers-info
Morgan Chaney

Think Like a Marketer–Your Employer Brand Depends On It
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It’s a candidate’s job market. To win the war for talent, HR and recruiting teams need to start thinking like marketers. That means you’ll need to invest in your employer brand, differentiate your benefits offerings, and take a creative, data-driven approach to recruitment.

Join Morgan Chaney, Head of Marketing and Culture Committee Chair at Blueboard, for a practical overview of tips and tools that you can borrow from your marketing department to better position your company for attracting and retaining top talent.

Morgan Chaney
Head of MarketingBlueboard Session Overviewspeakers-info
AshleyValenzuela-Ruesgen_Hubspot

Panel: Untapped Talent: Sourcing Underserved and Diverse Candidates
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We’ve all heard that diversity starts with the recruiter. But what does that mean, exactly? Diversity is about more than demographics—it’s about individuals’ backgrounds and personal stories.

There’s a vast pool of untapped talent for the taking. Underserved groups, like military veterans and individuals with criminal histories, have been looked over for far too long. HR and recruiting teams, serving as cultural gatekeepers, are best positioned to right that wrong.

Join us for a panel on diverse hiring with Khalilah Olokunola, VP of HR at TRU Colors Brewing, and Jacqueline Loeb, Co-Founder of Scouted, and Ashley Valenzuela-Ruesgen, HR Director at White Construction Group. Julie Li, Sr. Director of Employee Experience & Diversity and Inclusion at Namely, will moderate the discussion. They’ll explore how to find underserved talent and ways to eliminate bias from your hiring process.

Ashley Valenzuela-Ruesgen
HR DirectorWhite Construction Group Session Overviewspeakers-info
ShayleenStuto

Fighting 'Imposter Syndrome' at Work
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We’ve all experienced it in our careers. Imposter syndrome is a feeling that one day, everyone’s going to figure out you have no idea what you’re doing. We all feel that way sometimes, but that’s no reason to let it affect how well we do our jobs.

Join Shayleen Stuto, HR Director at TechnologyAdvice, for a deep dive into why imposter syndrome happens and how it impacts the workplace. She’ll share how HR can shake off its own struggles with the psychological phenomenon and help empower other employees to do the same.

Shayleen Stuto
Director of HR & AdministrationTechnologyAdvice Session Overviewspeakers-info
RobLaHayne_hubspot

Panel: Making Sense of the ‘Cutting Edge’ Employee Benefits
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The future of employee benefits is already here. Offerings like financial wellness, telehealth, and fertility benefits are increasingly being used by companies to differentiate themselves. But while 60 percent of workers would think twice about working at companies without voluntary benefits like these, a much smaller share of businesses actually offer them.

Let’s cut through the mystique of these “cutting-edge” benefits. Join Aaron Schumm, Founder & CEO of Vestwell, Rob Lahayne, CEO of TouchCare, Rebecca Liebman, Co-founder of LearnLux, Matt Monahan, VP of Employee Benefits at Namely, and Juli Insinger, Co-Founder of Carrot, for a conversation about the offerings available to businesses today and how to best implement them. 

Rob LaHayne
CEOTouchCare Session Overviewspeakers-info
KhalilahO

Panel: Untapped Talent: Sourcing Underserved and Diverse Candidates
ELIGIBLE FOR SHRM/HRCI CREDIT

We’ve all heard that diversity starts with the recruiter. But what does that mean, exactly? Diversity is about more than demographics—it’s about individuals’ backgrounds and personal stories.

There’s a vast pool of untapped talent for the taking. Underserved groups, like military veterans and individuals with criminal histories, have been looked over for far too long. HR and recruiting teams, serving as cultural gatekeepers, are best positioned to right that wrong.

Join us for a panel on diverse hiring with Khalilah Olokunola, VP of HR at TRU Colors Brewing, and Jacqueline Loeb, Co-Founder of Scouted, and Ashley Valenzuela-Ruesgen, HR Director at White Construction Group. Julie Li, Sr. Director of Employee Experience & Diversity and Inclusion at Namely, will moderate the discussion. They’ll explore how to find underserved talent and ways to eliminate bias from your hiring process.

Khalilah Olokunola
VP of HRTRU Colors Brewing Session Overviewspeakers-info
JacquelineLoeb

Panel: Untapped Talent: Sourcing Underserved and Diverse Candidates
ELIGIBLE FOR SHRM/HRCI CREDIT

We’ve all heard that diversity starts with the recruiter. But what does that mean, exactly? Diversity is about more than demographics—it’s about individuals’ backgrounds and personal stories.

There’s a vast pool of untapped talent for the taking. Underserved groups, like military veterans and individuals with criminal histories, have been looked over for far too long. HR and recruiting teams, serving as cultural gatekeepers, are best positioned to right that wrong.

Join us for a panel on diverse hiring with Khalilah Olokunola, VP of HR at TRU Colors Brewing, and Jacqueline Loeb, Co-Founder of Scouted, and Ashley Valenzuela-Ruesgen, HR Director at White Construction Group. Julie Li, Sr. Director of Employee Experience & Diversity and Inclusion at Namely, will moderate the discussion. They’ll explore how to find underserved talent and ways to eliminate bias from your hiring process.

Jacqueline Loeb
Co-FounderScouted Session Overviewspeakers-info
Rebecca Liebman

Panel: Making Sense of the ‘Cutting Edge’ Employee Benefits
ELIGIBLE FOR SHRM/HRCI CREDIT

The future of employee benefits is already here. Offerings like financial wellness, telehealth, and fertility benefits are increasingly being used by companies to differentiate themselves. But while 60 percent of workers would think twice about working at companies without voluntary benefits like these, a much smaller share of businesses actually offer them.

Let’s cut through the mystique of these “cutting-edge” benefits. Join Aaron Schumm, Founder & CEO of Vestwell, Rob Lahayne, CEO of TouchCare, Rebecca Liebman, Co-founder of LearnLux, Matt Monahan, VP of Employee Benefits at Namely, and Juli Insinger, Co-Founder of Carrot, for a conversation about the offerings available to businesses today and how to best implement them. 

Rebecca Liebman
Co-Founder & CEOLearnLux Session Overviewspeakers-info
Meredith Haberfeld

Panel: Navigating HR Challenges at High Growth Companies
ELIGIBLE FOR SHRM/HRCI CREDIT

Whether your company is small or large, managing HR is never easy. But what about the fast-growing businesses that are somewhere in between? It takes a rare breed of professional to handle the cultural, performance, and recruiting challenges unique to high growth environments. Not to mention, chances are that your HR team isn’t scaling at the same rate.

Join us for a panel on navigating the challenges and opportunities faced by these exciting companies. Richard Dec, Head of Leadership at Vega Factor, will moderate a discussion on how even small HR teams can drive big results in high growth environments. He’ll be joined by Meredith Haberfield, CEO of ThinkHuman, Kristin Langdon, HR Director of BounceX, and Ryan Sandler, CEO of TrueWork.

Meredith Haberfeld
CEOThinkHuman Session Overviewspeakers-info
Kellie Wagner_Hubspot

Why Celebrating Team Diversity Should Be an Everyday Event
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When celebrating diversity in the workplace, many companies default to one-off inclusion initiatives like holiday celebrations or event sponsorship. But these offer limited impact compared to examining how inclusion does or doesn’t show up every day in places like your company’s meeting culture, manager-employee relationships, and how you give and receive
feedback.

Kellie Wagner, CEO & Founder of Collective, will share some of the most impactful ways and areas to weave inclusion into the employee experience, creating an everyday celebration of the diverse perspectives and backgrounds at your company.

Kellie Wagner
CEO & FounderCollective Session Overviewspeakers-info
JulieLi_Hubspot

Panel: Untapped Talent: Sourcing Underserved and Diverse Candidates
ELIGIBLE FOR SHRM/HRCI CREDIT

We’ve all heard that diversity starts with the recruiter. But what does that mean, exactly? Diversity is about more than demographics—it’s about individuals’ backgrounds and personal stories.

There’s a vast pool of untapped talent for the taking. Underserved groups, like military veterans and individuals with criminal histories, have been looked over for far too long. HR and recruiting teams, serving as cultural gatekeepers, are best positioned to right that wrong.

Join us for a panel on diverse hiring with Khalilah Olokunola, VP of HR at TRU Colors Brewing, and Jacqueline Loeb, Co-Founder of Scouted, and Ashley Valenzuela-Ruesgen, HR Director at White Construction Group. Julie Li, Sr. Director of Employee Experience & Diversity and Inclusion at Namely, will moderate the discussion. They’ll explore how to find underserved talent and ways to eliminate bias from your hiring process.

Julie Li
Sr. Director, Employee Experience & Diversity and InclusionNamely Session Overviewspeakers-info
RyanSandler_Hubspot

Panel: Navigating HR Challenges at High Growth Companies
ELIGIBLE FOR SHRM/HRCI CREDIT

Whether your company is small or large, managing HR is never easy. But what about the fast-growing businesses that are somewhere in between? It takes a rare breed of professional to handle the cultural, performance, and recruiting challenges unique to high growth environments. Not to mention, chances are that your HR team isn’t scaling at the same rate.

Join us for a panel on navigating the challenges and opportunities faced by these exciting companies. Richard Dec, Head of Leadership at Vega Factor, will moderate a discussion on how even small HR teams can drive big results in high growth environments. He’ll be joined by Meredith Haberfield, CEO of ThinkHuman, Kristin Langdon, HR Director of BounceX, and Ryan Sandler, CEO of Truework.

Ryan Sandler
CEOTruework Session Overviewspeakers-info
KristinLangdon_Hubspot

Panel: Navigating HR Challenges at High Growth Companies
ELIGIBLE FOR SHRM/HRCI CREDIT

Whether your company is small or large, managing HR is never easy. But what about the fast-growing businesses that are somewhere in between? It takes a rare breed of professional to handle the cultural, performance, and recruiting challenges unique to high growth environments. Not to mention, chances are that your HR team isn’t scaling at the same rate.

Join us for a panel on navigating the challenges and opportunities faced by these exciting companies. Richard Dec, Head of Leadership at Vega Factor, will moderate a discussion on how even small HR teams can drive big results in high growth environments. He’ll be joined by Meredith Haberfield, CEO of ThinkHuman, Kristin Langdon, VP of HR at BounceX, and Ryan Sandler, CEO of TrueWork.

Kristin Langdon
VP of HRBounceX Session Overviewspeakers-info
Aaron Schumm_hubspot-1

Panel: Making Sense of the ‘Cutting Edge’ Employee Benefits
ELIGIBLE FOR SHRM/HRCI CREDIT

The future of employee benefits is already here. Offerings like financial wellness, telehealth, and fertility benefits are increasingly being used by companies to differentiate themselves. But while 60 percent of workers would think twice about working at companies without voluntary benefits like these, a much smaller share of businesses actually offer them.

Let’s cut through the mystique of these “cutting-edge” benefits. Join Aaron Schumm, Founder & CEO of Vestwell, Rob Lahayne, CEO of TouchCare, Rebecca Liebman, Co-founder of LearnLux, Matt Monahan, VP of Employee Benefits at Namely, and Juli Insinger, Co-Founder of Carrot, for a conversation about the offerings available to businesses today and how to best implement them. 

Aaron Schumm
Founder & CEOVestwell Session Overviewspeakers-info
Matt Monahan_hubspot

Panel: Making Sense of the ‘Cutting Edge’ Employee Benefits
ELIGIBLE FOR SHRM/HRCI CREDIT

The future of employee benefits is already here. Offerings like financial wellness, telehealth, and fertility benefits are increasingly being used by companies to differentiate themselves. But while 60 percent of workers would think twice about working at companies without voluntary benefits like these, a much smaller share of businesses actually offer them.

Let’s cut through the mystique of these “cutting-edge” benefits. Join Aaron Schumm, Founder & CEO of Vestwell, Rob Lahayne, CEO of TouchCare, Rebecca Liebman, Co-founder of LearnLux, Matt Monahan, VP of Employee Benefits at Namely, and Juli Insinger, Co-Founder of Carrot, for a conversation about the offerings available to businesses today and how to best implement them. 

Matt Monahan
VP of Employee BenefitsNamely Session Overviewspeakers-info
Juli Insinger_hubspot

Panel: Making Sense of the ‘Cutting Edge’ Employee Benefits
ELIGIBLE FOR SHRM/HRCI CREDIT

The future of employee benefits is already here. Offerings like financial wellness, telehealth, and fertility benefits are increasingly being used by companies to differentiate themselves. But while 60 percent of workers would think twice about working at companies without voluntary benefits like these, a much smaller share of businesses actually offer them.

Let’s cut through the mystique of these “cutting-edge” benefits. Join Aaron Schumm, Founder & CEO of Vestwell, Rob Lahayne, CEO of TouchCare, Rebecca Liebman, Co-founder of LearnLux, Matt Monahan, VP of Employee Benefits at Namely, and Juli Insinger, Co-Founder of Carrot, for a conversation about the offerings available to businesses today and how to best implement them. 

Juli Insinger
Co-Founder Carrot Session Overviewspeakers-info
GeorgeLaRocque_Hubspot

HR Software: From Purchase to Adoption
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You’ve just implemented cutting-edge HR technology. While that might be great news for your HR or recruiting team, it raises an important question: How do you get everyone else to actually use it? Just like any other major company initiative or roll out, implementing HR software requires a little communications savvy and a whole lot of creativity.


Who better to ask than those who have been there, done that? Join an interactive panel led by industry analyst George LaRocque. He’ll be accompanied by Robin Schooling, Head of People, at Strio Consulting, Amanda Townsend, Director of People & Culture at Fivetran, and Erika McGrath, VP of HR at the Channel Company.

George LaRocque
FounderHRWINS Session Overviewspeakers-info
Erika McGrath_Hubspot

HR Software: From Purchase to Adoption
ELIGIBLE FOR SHRM/HRCI CREDIT

You’ve just implemented cutting-edge HR technology. While that might be great news for your HR or recruiting team, it raises an important question: How do you get everyone else to actually use it? Just like any other major company initiative or roll out, implementing HR software requires a little communications savvy and a whole lot of creativity.


Who better to ask than those who have been there, done that? Join an interactive panel led by industry analyst George LaRocque. He’ll be accompanied by Robin Schooling, Head of People, at Strio Consulting, Amanda Townsend, Director of People & Culture at Fivetran, and Erika McGrath, VP of HR at the Channel Company.

Erika McGrath
VP of HRThe Channel Company Session Overviewspeakers-info
AmandaTownsend_Hubspot

HR Software: From Purchase to Adoption
ELIGIBLE FOR SHRM/HRCI CREDIT

You’ve just implemented cutting-edge HR technology. While that might be great news for your HR or recruiting team, it raises an important question: How do you get everyone else to actually use it? Just like any other major company initiative or roll out, implementing HR software requires a little communications savvy and a whole lot of creativity.


Who better to ask than those who have been there, done that? Join an interactive panel led by industry analyst George LaRocque. He’ll be accompanied by Robin Schooling, Head of People, at Strio Consulting, Amanda Townsend, Director of People & Culture at Fivetran, and Erika McGrath, VP of HR at the Channel Company.

Amanda Townsend
Director of People & CultureFivetran Session Overviewspeakers-info
Robin Schooling_Hubspot

HR Software: From Purchase to Adoption
ELIGIBLE FOR SHRM/HRCI CREDIT

You’ve just implemented cutting-edge HR technology. While that might be great news for your HR or recruiting team, it raises an important question: How do you get everyone else to actually use it? Just like any other major company initiative or roll out, implementing HR software requires a little communications savvy and a whole lot of creativity.


Who better to ask than those who have been there, done that? Join an interactive panel led by industry analyst George LaRocque. He’ll be accompanied by Robin Schooling, Head of People, at Strio Consulting, Amanda Townsend, Director of People & Culture at Fivetran, and Erika McGrath, VP of HR at the Channel Company.

Robin Schooling
Head of PeopleStrio Consulting Session Overviewspeakers-info
Mattie-Isaac-Hubspot

Panel:Reflections From the 'Seat at the Table' Companies

Aspiring HR leaders often talk of someday earning their "seat at the table." Graham Younger, Namely's President and Chief Revenue Officer, will lead a panel with four dynamic HR professionals who made it happen. Mattie Isaac of EatStreet, Lorna Hagen of Namely, Josh Pearce of Capital III, and Anthony Onesto of Suzy will dive into how their perspective on HR changed once at the "table" and what they learned along the way. In addition, the panel will share their advice for aspiring leaders and how they can best work with other members of the C-Suite.

Mattie Isaac
VP of HREatStreet Session Overviewspeakers-info
Josh Pearce_hubspot Panel:Reflections From the 'Seat at the Table' Companies

Aspiring HR leaders often talk of someday earning their "seat at the table." Graham Younger, Namely's President and Chief Revenue Officer, will lead a panel with four dynamic HR professionals who made it happen. Mattie Isaac of EatStreet, Lorna Hagen of Namely, Josh Pearce of Capital III, and Anthony Onesto of Suzy will dive into how their perspective on HR changed once at the "table" and what they learned along the way. In addition, the panel will share their advice for aspiring leaders and how they can best work with other members of the C-Suite.
Josh Pearce
Chief People OfficerCapital III Session Overviewspeakers-info
Anthony_Onesto_hubspot Panel:Reflections From the 'Seat at the Table' Companies

Aspiring HR leaders often talk of someday earning their "seat at the table." Graham Younger, Namely's President and Chief Revenue Officer, will lead a panel with four dynamic HR professionals who made it happen. Mattie Isaac of EatStreet, Lorna Hagen of Namely, Josh Pearce of Capital III, and Anthony Onesto of Suzy will dive into how their perspective on HR changed once at the "table" and what they learned along the way. In addition, the panel will share their advice for aspiring leaders and how they can best work with other members of the C-Suite.
Anthony Onesto
Chief People OfficerSuzy Session Overviewspeakers-info
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