“Wonder” is defined as “a feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something beautiful, unexpected, unfamiliar or inexplicable.” While many words have been used to describe the pandemic and its myriad effects on our world, are you ready to wonder at the outcomes of this transformative year?
Join Monica Parker, founder of HATCH, a human analytics and change consultancy; host of the podcast “Wondercast” and authority on workplace strategy, as she makes the business case for embracing the unexpected, unfamiliar, inexplicable — and even beautiful — aspects of change.
Parker’s multidisciplinary approach includes psychological principles, social sciences, the arts and business to facilitate forward-thinking strategy and develop new tools, such as curiosity and wonderment, to help innovative talent leaders successfully navigate and communicate organizational change. Come imagine tomorrow’s best company practices and discover how harnessing our sense of wonder might just be the key to realizing healthier, happier and more meaningful lives in — and outside of — the future workplace. Monica will be joined in the second half of this session by Bianca Rehmer, Indeed’s Senior Manager of Employer Insights, for a fireside chat on wonder, change management and resilience.
Who Should Attend:
- Talent leaders and decision makers planning for the next phase in their workplace
- Anyone interested in transforming inevitable changes into progressive best practices
Walk Away With:
- Data and insights on how positivity and wonder can influence the workplace
- Actionable takeaways for becoming a change management leader at your organization
This session is eligible for SHRM & HRCI credit