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Responding Empathetically to Social Crisis in the Workplace

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Responding Empathetically to Social Crisis in the Workplace
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About The Event

Given the current social climate, many organizations are navigating complex issues impacting their employees’ safety, health, and wellbeing. From the crisis in the Ukraine to the overturning of Roe v. Wade in the US, employers like Snapchat and Netflix (as well as Culture Amp & Namely) are taking a public stance to support their workforce during these uncertain times. 

Still, as these social issues continue to arise, it can be challenging for employers to respond appropriately to their employees’ concerns. They must learn to be adaptable, yet remain vulnerable throughout the crisis management process. 

Join experts from Namely & Culture Amp to explore:

  • What organizations should consider when addressing a social crisis 
  • How to create an effective crisis management plan using employee data 
  • Resources to share with employees & tips for managing internal communications 
  • How to adequately prepare your executive team, ERG leaders, and managers

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Our Speakers

Larry Dunivan

Larry Dunivan

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

Hannah Wilken

Hannah Wilken

Hannah Wilken is a Regional Director of People Science at Culture Amp. She leads a team of People Scientists who enable organizations to evolve their employee feedback strategy and approach to measuring and developing employee performance by deploying technology and modern psychology. Leveraging her experience in consulting and research, Hannah provides advanced consultative services to organizations, guiding them in their change management efforts and enabling them to make best practice and evidence-informed people and culture decisions.

Prior to Culture Amp, Hannah led the organizational culture and leadership assessment practice of a boutique consulting firm and collaborated on research projects with Columbia University Medical School, the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit, and the University of Bremen. She achieved her BSc in Psychology at Osnabrück University (Germany) and her MA in Forensic Psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.