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His humanity in a nutshell: Husband, father, author, disruptor. Creator of the movement to bring humanity to work – and the world.
Eric Mosley is a pioneering force in HR, author, and the originating and driving force behind the Workhuman® movement. Driven by his desire to dismantle old HR processes, Eric’s made a movement out of challenging organizations to create a more Human Workplace for everyone.
As CEO and co-founder of Workhuman, Eric passionately leads the charge on this, guiding organizations worldwide on how to create more human-centric workplaces that leverage the way people work today, centering around employee development, social connections, and organizational communities and teams.
- Eric Mosley
At Workhuman Live Online he will discuss today’s dynamic world of work and why it is more essential than ever to replace traditional command-and-control HR systems with more innovative, human frameworks centered around relationships, flexibility, and teamwork.
IBM’s SVP and CHRO Nickle LaMoreaux joins Eric for a discussion on how they’re steering their companies in this current time of intense transformation and Nickle’s journey in transforming IBM’s culture into a more Human Workplace. They’ll share their visions for the future and how you can enact change for the better at your organization.
Eric is the co-author of the newly released book Making Work Human and the award-winning book, The Power of Thanks, and author of The Crowdsourced Performance Review. He is also a regular contributor to The Huffington Post on the topics of recognition and humanity in the workplace, and a frequent contributor to publications including Forbes, Fast Company, and the Harvard Business Review.
Don’t miss Eric’s riveting annual keynote and join us in the mission to make work – and the world – more human.View on-demand