25 July, 2022Print
From Day One Announces Upcoming Conferences Highlighting Changing Workplace Values
Upcoming speakers include Jessica Clancy, head of social responsibility for NBCUniversal; Andy Dunn, Co-Founder of Bonobos; Vanice Hayes, chief culture officer for Dell; Seth Goldenberg, author of the forthcoming book Radical Curiosity; Amanda Ripley, bestselling author of High Conflict; Ashaki Rucker, SVP of HR for Telemundo, and more
July 25, 2022 – Corporate-values conference series and media outlet From Day One will host an ambitious series of events, both virtual and in-person, this summer and fall to address the rapidly changing relationship between workers and employers. This lineup of events will cover topics such as creating equity in a hybrid workplace, balancing productivity with well-being, employee engagement and retention, developing diversity in leadership, and supporting working parents and other caregivers. Each event underscores the essential question facing employers today: How can a company put people first, and ensure that its stated values and lived values are in alignment?
“We’re living in a time of great change and debate about the meaning, structure and culture of work and the role of business in society,” said Stephen Koepp, a co-founder and chief content officer of From Day One. “Our events provide a forum for exploring the values that will guide us along the path, among them inclusion, innovation, equity, transparency, and the need to balance productivity with compassion. Our mission is to connect and support the leaders and stakeholders who are navigating this sea change in workplace culture and values.”
From Day One returned to in-person conferences in 2022 for the first time since the pandemic started, hosting one-day events in Seattle, Silicon Valley, Denver, Houston, Atlanta, Chicago, Boston, Brooklyn, and Washington, D.C. Speakers included Congressman Ro Khanna of Silicon Valley; Julie Law, head of HR for John Hancock; Google diversity leader Maria Medrano; and PayPal Chief People Officer Kausik Rajgopal. New York Times Future of Work reporter Emma Goldberg interviewed her colleague David Gelles on the legacy of Jack Welch, IBM’s SVP of Transformation and Culture Obed Louissaint spoke with CNBC’s Sharon Epperson about creating a cultural shift at the legendary company, and panels gathered leaders from an array of major organizations to explore how career growth can be part of employee experience from the beginning.
Speakers confirmed for events for the rest of 2022 represent a diverse collection of major U.S. organizations, including AT&T, Kaiser Permanente, Southwest Airlines, CVS Health, Kellogg’s, Amazon Web Services, Western Digital, Yelp, the University of California, the World Bank, and Zoom.
All From Day One webinars and conferences, both virtual and in-person, are eligible for SHRM and HRCI credits.
FROM DAY ONE IN-PERSON CONFERENCE SCHEDULE SUMMER/FALL 2022
“Workers and The Corporate Values Revolution”
Two years into the pandemic, what has the workplace revolution revealed? Each city will feature a different lineup of leading thinkers and top executives in HR, hybrid work, diversity, benefits, social impact and employee engagement for an up-to-the-minute conversation about how organizations can build stronger bonds of trust with their workers and their communities.
Confirmed speakers include Christine Bastian, Chief People Officer Western Digital; Journalist Adam Lashinsky
Confirmed speakers include Whitney Eichinger, Vice President Culture & Engagement at Southwest Airlines
Confirmed speakers include Vanice Hayes, Chief Culture, Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Dell; Paul Kim, Head of Global Onboarding at Expedia Group; Texas Monthly Editor-In-Chief Dan Goodgame
Confirmed speakers include Ashaki Rucker, SVP Human Resources Telemundo Enterprises & Latin America
Confirmed speakers include Nicole Husband, Vice President People & Culture at Warner Bros. Entertainment
FROM DAY ONE VIRTUAL CONFERENCE AND WEBINAR SCHEDULE SUMMER/FALL 2022
At a time when many new employees will rarely set foot in an office, HR leaders need to be intentional about creating strong bonds from the very beginning. How are the best new methods for onboarding in a virtual workplace? What can companies do to make sure that's not a one-and-done process? Can mileposts be built into career paths so that HR and talent-management leaders stay engaged with workers, even as they move to new managers and new assignments?
Building a place people want to work is the biggest competitive advantage you can create–more than innovative products or services, more than brand, more than proprietary technologies. Over the long haul, the businesses with the most engaged employees are more resilient, higher-performing, and more future-proof than competitors. This webinar offers strategies you can use to listen continuously to employee voices and develop actionable plans to address their needs, to identify engagement programs that get results, and to measure your progress regularly.
In an AARP study, 83% of employers said that creating a more multi-generational workforce would drive their success. But how to do it? One promising method is to establish an intergenerational employee resource group, or ERG. These mixed-age groups can produce a host of benefits: to help your company gain insight into life-stage issues, to develop leadership skills across all ages, and to recruit and retain age-diverse talent.
Employee burnout is high, and compassion fatigue is real—especially among HR leaders. On the heels of navigating an unprecedented pandemic, they are leading teams through The Great Resignation while overburdened and exhausted themselves. But there is a remedy. In this webinar, celebrated author, speaker and professor Jamil Zaki shares ideas on how to better support and retain team members—and the HR experts leading them.
Millions of working moms left the workforce to take care of their children during the pandemic–and many have yet to return. In a tight labor market, their skills are in demand–and employers are responding with returnship programs and other measures to help working moms overcome the obstacles to resuming their careers. What kinds of employer support are needed to accelerate the process, including child care, family health benefits, support systems, and other measures that can accelerate the process?
Workplaces retain employees by offering them dignity, meaning, and fulfillment. How can companies connect their business mission with pursuing a social purpose? How can employers identify the social inequalities in the communities around them and find ways to address them, in partnership with their workers?
‘Tis the season for back-to-school, but what about returning to work for parents? As retention rates remain unstable, HR leaders need to focus on ways to keep their workforce engaged. In this session, leaders will discuss best practices for Return to Work and leave programming. From welcoming a new parent back from parental leave to welcoming your workforce back to the office, you’ll learn proven ways to keep employees engaged, balanced and productive while preventing burnout.
Remote work runs the risk of eroding cohesion or, in the best cases, it can free up employees to do their best work. What factors make the latter possible? How can digital transformation and innovative work arrangements empower employees and galvanize teams?
Featuring Tapaswee Chandele, Global Vice President, Talent & Development - The Coca-Cola Company
How can retention analytics be deployed in the most effective ways? What are the success stories among companies that have deployed this technology? What are the privacy issues? And how might this technology become even more crucial in the years ahead?
With income and wealth inequality worse in the U.S. than most other developed countries, innovative cross-sector partnerships are taking new approaches to entrepreneurship, fellowships, internships and other pathways that are opening doors to talent from historically marginalized or underrepresented communities. What are some of the most effective and scalable efforts underway now–and how can these collaborations be replicated by employers and nonprofits in search of more diverse workforces?
What is the responsibility of a company to its workers as they increasingly fall victim to stress and burnout, not only from factors on the job but also the existential challenges of the planet and society? As workers seek to realign their traditional relationships with employers, how can companies respond proactively in ways that empower employees to live and work in healthier ways. How can benefits and workplace cultures both support employee mental health?
A growing consensus tells us that hiring for “culture fit” is outmoded at a time of growing workforce diversity, yet bringing together teams that embrace differences will require innovative new management skills. How can companies plan thoughtfully to compose diverse teams in a way that listens to new voices as well as preserving the worthy and distinct aspects of a company's culture?
Each employee brings to work a unique combination of skills, personality, values, affinities and family responsibilities. How can companies recognize workers for their contributions in the context of their whole lives, rather than just work accomplishments in isolation? What can managers do to handle the complexities of a more holistic approach to recognition? What are the privacy considerations in drawing the line between empathy and oversight?
As digital transformation is revolutionizing most industries, employers need to invest in their workers in order to retain them. How can companies best support their workers through these rapid changes? What are the most effective long-term strategies and new educational techniques to equip employees with the skills they need?
More than ever, workers are attracted to inclusive, diverse company cultures. How can companies make DEI a foundation of the hiring process and beyond? What are the most effective ways to stay accountable and follow through on commitments to DEI?
ABOUT FROM DAY ONE
From Day One is a conference series and media outlet focused on innovative ways for companies to foster stronger relationships with their employees, customers, and communities. At a time when society holds businesses to a rising level of accountability, From Day One explores how companies can build well-grounded values into their business—diversity, responsibility, transparency—and stick with them in an economy driven by disruption.
What's unique about From Day One is its cross-disciplinary approach, bringing together executives from the fields of corporate social responsibility, human resources, marketing, and communications. Its events facilitate people-focused conversations that promote real, actionable ideas for and from executives, civic-leaders, authors, and journalists across the country. Businesses have increasingly seen the wisdom of putting people first. From Day One's mission is to help companies find the best ways to deliver on that promise, from day one.
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