2020 has been a challenging & disruptive year. From civil and human rights protests to a global pandemic and historic presidential election, the world has truly changed as we know it. These changes are impossible to leave outside our work lives (especially when work is happening at our kitchen table). We’ve seen a quick and drastic impact to our physical workforce, a greater reliance on technology for communication, and a need for employers to step up as leaders in areas outside the workplace. But a new year is about to begin. And while we may still be struggling with issues from 2020, we can take this as a fresh start.
So, what can HR leaders take away from 2020 and how can they use these experiences to inform their plans in 2021?
Watch now to learn:
• How to take experiences from 2020 to start next year in a positive headspace
• How to encourage and motivate your employees, teams, and coworkers during & after a crisis
• Tips for remote communication
• How to lead through change
Larry Dunivan is Namely’s CEO as well as a 30-year veteran in HR and software systems. At Ceridian, a cloud-based human capital management platform, Dunivan held a multitude of leadership positions across sales, customer support and product before becoming Chief Revenue Officer of the company. He also served as senior vice president at Global HCM Products where he led the development, deployment and launch of an end-to-end talent management application. Prior to joining Namely, Dunivan was interim Chief Executive Officer at ThinkHR, a risk management software company.
Adam Grant is a formal advisor to Namely. He has been Wharton’s top-rated professor for seven straight years. He is a leading expert on how we can find motivation and meaning, and live more generous and creative lives. He has been recognized as one of the world's 10 most influential management thinkers and Fortune's 40 under 40. He is the author of three New York Times bestselling books that have sold over a million copies and been translated into 35 languages. Adam is also the host of WorkLife, a TED original podcast that has spent two weeks as the #1 show on the Apple podcasts chart. His TED talks on original thinkers and givers and takers have been viewed more than 14 million times.