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Understanding Your Personal Leadership Style & How It Can be Used Effectively In A Remote Setting

The Future Of Work - The Remote and Hybrid Office

The future of work demands a new type of leadership: one that focuses on empowering others and prioritizes authenticity over perfection. In this panel, the Leadership Team of SAP SuccessFactors will discuss the importance of understanding one’s own leadership style in order to overcome today’s unique challenges and support employees in a remote workplace.

Jill Popelka

Bridget Finkeldey

With 25 years of experience as a technology executive, Jill Popelka is a dynamic, people-first leader who has successfully driven large, global organizations through change. She has deep expertise in sales, marketing, consulting services, product development in the cloud, and human resources. Jill has demonstrated reliability in achieving growth and building cultures with an innovation mindset. She is passionate about leading teams to achieve more than they believe possible.

Jill is currently the President and Chief Marketing Officer of SAP SuccessFactors, an organization with over 200 million users worldwide, providing cloud software solutions to care for the needs of employees, putting them rightfully at the center of business. In this role, Jill is responsible for the end-to-end business, including its growth strategy, vision and delivery of the product roadmap, and the success of 12,000 customers and over 6,000 employees globally.

Prior to her role as president, Jill served as Senior Vice President, SAP SuccessFactors for Asia Pacific and Japan, where she was responsible for sales and revenue for the region. During her 3-year tenure living and working in Singapore, Jill also led the SAP Consulting Services business, where she was responsible for the P&L and focused on driving successful customer outcomes through the implementation and adoption of SAP solutions. Additional roles over her 11-year SAP tenure include leading teams dedicated to specialized industries, including utilities, aerospace and defense, healthcare, and government.

Jill got her start as a consultant at Accenture, where she spent 13 years in a variety of roles, including oversight of the company’s alliance with SAP and management of large complex software implementations and sales pursuits.

Based in Texas, Jill is an influential speaker on the topics of leadership, culture, and learning, and author of Experience, Inc., her upcoming book that looks closely at the relationship between people, purpose, and performance at work. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies from Texas A&M University.

Meg Bear

Bridget Finkeldey

Meg Bear is the Chief Product Officer of SAP SuccessFactors. She is responsible for setting product vision, driving engineering and operations success, and leading the teams that bring the SAP SuccessFactors Human Experience Management (HXM) Suite to life. Meg is a visionary leader passionate about leading through business transformation with a people-first innovation mindset.

With more than 25 years of experience building and scaling technology platforms, Meg brings a wealth of software development lifecycle, market, and innovation expertise. She is a patent holder, change agent, startup advisor, keynote speaker, and a TEDx host. Meg is enthusiastic about applying technology to solve business problems, building and growing teams, and defining market-winning product strategies that are customer-centric and innovative. Meg holds a Bachelor of Science double major in economics and entrepreneurship from the University of Arizona.

Prior to SAP, Meg held strategic executive roles as SVP, Product and Engineering, at Juvo, SVP of Cloud Services at Imperva, GVP Social Cloud and VP HCM Development at Oracle, as well as HCM leadership positions at PeopleSoft and Saba.

Maryann Abbajay

Bridget Finkeldey

Maryann Abbajay is the Chief Revenue Officer, SAP SuccessFactors. As an enthusiastic leader at SAP for over 13 years, Maryann continues to provide support and motivate others to achieve their goals. As the CRO, she is responsible for building a sustainable revenue model to ensure continued, robust sales growth and execution globally for SuccessFactors. She is passionate about Employee Experience and its criticality to a successful company. For her, it is important to make sure employees have the same amount of confidence in their leaders as leaders should have in their employees. Previously, she served as the Global Managing Dir. of Qualtrics SWAT Team. Also as the VP of Strategic Customer Programs and UKI Board Member, her primary focus was on SAP’s most strategic customers in the West and in the UK. Prior to SAP, she held Sales Management positions with webMethods, Cisco Systems, & Oracle. She is a University of Georgia graduate. In her spare time, Maryann enjoys gardening, making jams and bread, and spending time traveling with her family.

Bridget Finkeldey

Sanmaya Mohanty

Bridget is an organized and empathetic leader with demonstrated success in event coordination, stakeholder relations, digital marketing, copywriting, project management, human resources management, and public speaking.

She currently is PowerToFly's Summit Coordinator, managing logistics and day to day operations of the Virtual Diversity Reboot Series. She previously served as Marketing Project Manager at The Finance Marketing Group while simultaneously coordinating event logistics for the National Alliance Of Commercial Loan Brokers.

Bridget is military spouse, yoga teacher, and dog mom. She holds a B.A. in Media and Communication from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY and also played four years of NCAA basketball.

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