Date: Jan 20, 2022Time: 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Jan202022

How to Lead and Manage Successfully in the New Workplace (virtual)

Thu, 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM Zoom Webinar (Information to be sent to Registrants)
General PublicCareer & Leadership

Description

The remote work environment is here to stay but how do you continue to lead and manage others in an effective, engaging manner that is welcoming to all? With hybrid and fully remote workplaces here to stay, many leaders will be faced with a new work landscape.

As employees and leaders alike learn to navigate the new workplace, the “old ways” of leading and managing others no longer apply. Join us to hear from an experienced panel of practitioners on how remote and hybrid work will impact your role, including how you lead and coach employees, build team performance, and continue to maintain a strong culture and morale.

Participants must register by NOON on January 19th to receive details on joining the discussion. The Zoom link will be sent out 24 hours before the event.

Please note that no refunds will be issued.

Bios

Speaker

Wagner DeNuzzo

Vice President, Head of Capabilities for the Future of Work

Wagner is currently leading the Future of Work Talent CoE at Prudential. His team is responsible for Organizational Design and Capabilities, Change Management, Workforce Analytics, and the transformation of careers and skills development for the future. Prior to this role, Wagner was leading Leadership Talent Transformation at IBM where he also served as the head of Leadership and Management Development for the enterprise during IBMs largest transformation in its history. Wagner has been a Talent Strategy Leader, Leadership/Organizational Development Consultant, Executive Coach, and HR strategist for over 20 years. Prior to joining IBM, Wagner had an Executive Coaching practice in NYC serving Fortune 500 clients nationwide. Wagner was born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and holds a bachelor’s degree in communications, a Masters in Clinical Social Work from New York University.

Speaker

Coleen Collins

Chief People Officer BlackIvy Group LLC

Coleen is a senior business executive with experience developing leaders and organizations in Fortune 300 Consumer, Technology, and Industrial businesses. Her global orientation and exceptional problem-solving capability have fueled talent expansions, and transformations of teams worldwide to drive exiting business growth. Coleen’s career includes several senior roles identifying and developing talent in public, venture capital and private equity funded businesses, as well as international HR leadership in Europe, Latin America, Asia, Central Europe, and Africa/Middle East.

As the Senior Vice President & Chief Human Resource Officer of a global industrial manufacturing business with nearly 4,000 people, 70% outside the US in thirty locations, Coleen was most recently responsible for “all things people” including Culture and Communications. Previously, Coleen was at Colgate-Palmolive, where she spent 16 years, ultimately leading Global People Development for over 36,000 people.

Coleen received her masters in Industrial & Labor Relations from Cornell University, and her bachelors in Psychology from Villanova University.

Speaker

Darren Murph

Head of Remote, GitLab

Named an “oracle of remote work” by CNBC, Darren serves as GitLab’s Head of Remote. A visionary in organizational design, he works at the intersection of culture, operations, people, marketing, and communication. He’s spent his career leading remote teams and charting remote transformations. He holds a Guinness World Record in publishing, and authored GitLab’s Remote Playbook and “Living the Remote Dream: A Guide To Seeing the World, Setting Records, and Advancing Your Career.”

Darren has pioneered the Head of Remote role, interviewed by Harvard Business School, CNBC, CNN, The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, TechCrunch, Fortune, Digiday, Business Insider, and more.

Moderator

Madelyn Sierra, MBA 1984

Madelyn Sierra is an executive coach and leadership development consultant. She helps clients identify how their skills and behaviors support or hinder their business’ strategic objectives. She coaches them to develop high-performing teams, lead others effectively, manage career transitions and widen their network and sphere of influence. Her clients include executives in companies ranging from start-ups to global corporations in technology, media, financial services, pharmaceuticals, consumer goods, health care, manufacturing and non-profit.

Madelyn is a Harvard MBA. She lives in Manhattan.

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Date Time

Date: Jan 20, 2022Time: 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Location

Zoom Webinar (Information to be sent to Registrants)1460 Broadway
New York, NY 10036
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Price

  • 10 / Alumni Non-Members
  • Free / Members
  • 20 / General Public

Attendees

Julian Alexander, Lockie Andrews, Matt Blizek, Marisia Campbell, Carlos Castelan, Nageswar Cherukupalli, Jessica Cohen, Linda Cohen, Amy Tenney Curren, Ankur Daga, Candy Danquah, Patrice Derrington, Andrew Dunklau, Shannon Dunn, Candice Elliott, Elizabeth Fairfax Brown, Fatou Fall, Juan-Manuel Fernandez Cortina, Amanda Freeman, Gaia Galvagna, Emily Gould, Wendy Hanson, Nancy Havens-Hasty, Craig James, Shabrina Jiva, Gretchen Johnson, Laura Kaufmann, Will Keller, Brian Kline, Gary Kreissman, Terence Lally, Jun Hyung Lee, Elizabeth Legris, Jie Li, Leigh-Ellen Louie, Donald Mathis, Gary Millrood , Anna Moon, Nan Morrison, Barrie Moskowitz, Tritia Murata, Chinenye Ogunro, Kevin Ortiz Perez, Stephane Panier , Donella Rapier, Sharon Reich, James Rice, Howard Rimerman, Sara Robertson, Christian Ryan, Kunal Sawarkar, Steve Schloss, Lauren Schwab, Samuel Schwab, Ash Shah, David Shorenstein, Madelyn Sierra, Joseph Stamboulie, Mark Supplee, Melinda Thomas, John Topping, Lisa-Sheri Torrence

Organizer

Madelyn Sierra, MBA 1984

Zoom Webinar (Information to be sent to Registrants)

1460 Broadway, New York, NY, 10036