Keynote Speaker

Trailblazer of the movement to bring humanity to work – and the world – Eric Mosley shares how to stare down constant change with continuous community.

Eric Mosley

Why he’s the right human
Some call him the Workhuman® wunderkind. And no doubt, Eric Mosley is an HR visionary, groundbreaking author, and the originating and driving force behind the Workhuman movement. As CEO, he’s still passionately leading the charge for progress, dismantling old HR processes and compelling global organizations to reshape work in the image of the humans who do it.

This event realizes his vision to create a safe space for HR leaders; researchers in psychology, happiness, and neuroscience; and other great industry minds to have the hard discussions about work’s most pressing issues, from #MeToo to psychological safety and everything in between.

Don’t miss Eric’s keynote about the new era of strategic employee recognition and how lasting success means always putting people first.
“When somebody recognizes you, you can’t feel invisible or forgotten.”
A little more Eric for the road

As a pioneer of this movement, Eric has long believed that peer-to-peer recognition and positive reinforcement maximize human potential, inspiring people to do the best work of their lives because they feel seen, valued, and celebrated.
At the next Workhuman® Live, he’ll share how authentic human connections are the most powerful force in modern business when it comes to breakthrough outcomes and long-term gains – but that on a more profound level, they could also be the solution to deepening our societal bonds with each other on local and global levels.
What else? Eric regularly contributes to The Huffington Post and is a frequent contributor to publications including Forbes, Fast Company, and the Harvard Business Review on the topics of recognition and humanity in the workplace. And if you’re looking for a feel-good listen, he’s also been featured on Brené Brown’s Dare to Lead podcast.
He’s authored or co-authored three books, the latest being “Making Work Human.” Upon its release, New York Times bestselling author Adam Grant commented: “People are not the most important resource in your company. People are your company. Eric Mosley and Derek Irvine don’t just believe this – they’ve led a powerful movement to help leaders build organizations that put people first.” (We second and third this emotion.)

Author of
  • Making Work Human
  • The Power of Thanks
  • The Crowdsourced Performance Review