We are pleased to announce that Walking the Talk's founder Carolyn Taylor will be the keynote speaker at Hunt Scanlon's forthcoming conference in New York on 'Designing a Sustainable Culture Blueprint'.
During the presentation, Carolyn will reveal two examples of culture goals she has seen many organisations set in pursuit of their business imperatives – building a more accountable and agile culture. She will then use these two examples to teach how leadership teams can select any aspect of their culture to transform.
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About the event
‘Designing a Sustainable Culture Blueprint’ will include leaders from across the field, including: Carolyn Taylor, founder and executive chair at Walking the Talk; Laura Agharkar, global head of diversity, equity and culture at Nasdaq; Kitty Chaney Reed, chief leadership, culture and inclusion officer at IBM; Sarah Garber, chief people officer at Saks Fifth Avenue; Mary Good, chief people officer at Squarespace; Darcie Murray, senior vice president & head of the Americas at Mercuri Urval; Steve Dwyer, senior vice president, consulting at Teamalytics; Angela Navarro, CEO & managing partner at Catalyte Leadership Acceleration; Dr. Philipia Hillman, VP of leadership & transformation at THRUUE; Tom Rausch, director of consulting of Barrett Values Centre; Rose Gailey, managing partner and Jonathan McBride, global managing partner of the diversity, equity and inclusion practice at Heidrick & Struggles; Denielle Pemberton-Heard, managing director and chief legal officer at Diversified Search Group; Johnathan Medina, chief diversity & inclusion officer at Macquarie Asset Management; Gary Bushrod, Head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Amazon Music; Sasha Jensen, founder & CEO at Jensen Partners; Chris Beck, president & CFO at Caldwell; Beth Ann Namey, partner, executive search at Frederickson Partners; Stacie Ruen, Global Culture and Talent Leader at General Motors; Lisa Chang, global chief people officer at The Coca-Cola Company; James Quincey, chairman and chief executive officer at The Coca-Cola Company; and others.