Workhuman® Live Atlanta may be over but our work is far from done!

The power to bring more humanity to your workplace lies with you. Create meaningful change by taking your learnings and putting them into action. We’re here with conference content to jog your memory and keep you inspired. Let’s keep the momentum – and the humanity – going.

Relive the conference

Tuesday, May 17

CEO Eric Mosley declared 2022 the “Year of the Human” as he introduced the Workhuman® iQ app and new Workhuman® integrations. Malcolm Gladwell explored the importance of providing encouragement – and opportunities – to help humans realize their full potential. An awards event showcased and celebrated the accomplishments of Workhuman customers. Tunde Oyeneyin shared her inspiring story and reminded us that we all have a voice – and it’s time to use it.

Read Eric’s keynote blog

Read the Malcolm Gladwell keynote recap

Read Chris French’s customer award recap

Read the Tunde Oyeneyin recap blog

Wednesday, May 18

Dan Heath demonstrated just how powerful simple moments can be – and how experience helps us deliver peak moments for our customers and employees. A new Gallup Report created in partnership with Workhuman was introduced. It explores how to build a workforce for the future that recognizes employee contributions. Simon Biles’s grace, poise, and humility was on full display as she showed what it means to be a true champion.

Read the Dan Heath recap blog

Read the new Gallup Report

Thursday, May 19

The last day kicked off with a DE&I pioneers panel featuring Doyin Richards, anti-racism facilitator, Vernā Myers, VP, inclusion strategy at Netflix, and Bernice King, CEO of the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change.

Then came the eagerly anticipated appearance of “Schitt’s Creek” star Dan Levy. In a conversation with Cy Wakeman, he explored themes of love, acceptance, recognition, inclusion, and humanity – both before the camera and in his personal life.

Read the Dan Levy interview recap