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Exclusively You: The New World Of Work

Whats Working, What’s Needed

The world has experienced the greatest workplace disruption in generations, yet there is no foreseen shutdown in 2022—for the vast majority of organizations, it’s back to business as usual. Additionally, employees’ experience through the COVID-19 pandemic differs greatly, especially for women. When that is layered with longer-term technological transformation, continued DEI journeys, and market uncertainties, how will these factors combined transform the future of work in 2022 and beyond? Jacqui Canney, Chief People Officer of ServiceNow, talks about what the future of work will look like, and the opportunities to build DEI into that future.

Jacqui Canney

Bridget Finkeldey

Jacqui leads all talent strategies for the company’s rapidly growing global workforce. Prior to joining ServiceNow, she served as Chief People Officer at WPP, Walmart, and Accenture. She serves on the boards of the American Marketing Association, Project Healthy Minds, and on the Board of Trustees at Boston College.

Darice Brown

Sanmaya Mohanty

She is a unique combination of storyteller and positive change agent - an effective communicator that can identify a story when and where many others can not. She will not only inform you but transport you to your designated position within the story. She has learned to positively impact perception during tough situations as well as address crisis with an unmatched savoir-faire. Throughout her career, She has built and continue to cultivate longstanding, trusting, and impactful relationships with talented individuals at all organizational levels across various industries.

As it relates to communication or diversity and inclusion strategies - She am decisive, analytical, compassionate, and dynamic. She believes one can always develop new skills and be a blessing unto others.

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