Paul Vallée - Tehama
Julie Leese - Transport Canada
Steve Cadigan - Talent Hacker, Advisor, Author
11:00 am ET - The Future of Work in a Post Covid-19 World (Steve Cadigan, Talent Strategist, Keynote Speaker and Author)
Covid-19 has caused dramatic change across the globe. In fact, for the first time in history, EVERYONE is facing massive changes in their lives on every dimension: work, family, home. We continue to learn even today of new impacts and changes from this pandemic. While there are many reasons to be concerned, there are also many opportunities that this new reality presents to all of us. For those of us engaged in the world of change, influence and innovation there is reason for hope. You are invited to an engaging talk to be delivered by Steve Cadigan, a talent expert and global thought leader on the future of work. Steve is the former VP of Talent at LinkedIn and for the past 10 years had dedicated himself to helping individuals and organizations build compelling talent strategies. Come join us for 45 minutes of inspiration where Steve will discuss why now is a great time to innovate and why history has shown us that in times of massive change and even anxiety, greatness can be born.
12:00 pm ET - Panel: The decision to return to the office...or not?
- Todd Beaupre, Product Manager at YouTube
- Julie Leese, Chief Digital Officer at Transport Canada
- Paul Vallée, Founder & CEO of Tehama
Paul Vallée sits down with Todd & Julie for an intimate conversation to compare and contrast two very different experiences when it comes to making the decision to return to the office. How do the approaches of these two companies, YouTube and Transport Canada, differ? YouTube, a San Franciso Bay-area technology company and Transport Canada, one of the earliest non-tech companies to maximize the use of remote working for its employees. Paul looks at these remarkable acts of leadership and goes deep into the rationale that lead to their decisions, and what their organizations did and are doing to make employees feel safe to return to the office.