Survive to ThriveLeading in COVID-19
This is a defining moment for leaders: Our contributions today are more important than ever—to your teams and to our global community.
Right now, we’re all in crisis-management mode: Working hard to communicate to employees, customers, and clients, and mitigating risks while managing a newly-remote workforce. But are we so myopically focussed on adjusting to the “new normal” that we’re missing opportunities to strengthen our businesses for the future?
In this talk, we’ll discuss:
- Macro trends impacting the decisions businesses are making now so they are positioned to thrive on the other side of this crisis
- Why the management tax is going down while the leadership quotient is going up
- The intersection and convergence of enterprise software and the employee experience
- How to apply agile software practices make your organization more nimble and elastic
Dustin is an ardent entrepreneur passionate about using his experience to help others. His first company, Headspring, has grown from a kitchen-counter operation to a business that spans ten cities and three countries, and has been recognized for 8 consecutive years as a “Best Place to Work.” Dustin’s also an angel investor, mentor, member of multiple non-profit boards.
Bret is founder and CEO of The Starr Conspiracy, a marketing agency that has served thousands of Work Tech clients around the world since 1999. He has dedicated his career to developing brands, messages, and marketing strategies that help businesses connect with buyers on a human level.
Stephen brings a combination of experience from corporate HR and technology based on his time as a manager at EY, HR point person at Goldman Sachs, and VP of technology strategy. His passion for promoting positive culture led him to spin up his own consultancy helping clients like Apple define and refine their employee engagement. He co-founded Workify to scale that vision, leveraging his Fortune 500 background to help companies of all sizes improve their organizational commitment.