In the COVID world, where many employees worked from home often isolated from each other, an alarming majority of the workforce has become disengaged, unmotivated and misaligned. As a result, they are unable to help their organisations with the much-needed creativity, innovation and resilience that they currently need.

Creating the right culture enables organisations to flourish, but defining what the right culture is, is often very difficult as there is no one-size-fits-all solution.

However, one thing is for sure: toxic, dysfunctional cultures breed hostility, mistrust, selfishness, a lack of ideas, and insensitive leaders. This impacts productivity, employee retention, strategic reinvention, investor confidence, and customer satisfaction.

Abundant cultures on the other hand have the opposite positive effect – thus enabling the organisation to drive market share.

With the shift to more remote and hybrid working; shaping, connecting and engaging your workforce can be a tricky business but it has also created a huge opportunity to rethink and perfect the right culture to drive success and profit going forward.

But how can you evaluate the new cultural attributes that are maximising engagement and human connection? How can a poor culture be identified and ‘fixed’ to build a more human-centric one? How can longer-term employees remain connected to their culture in an environment of uncertainty, disruption and home working and how can top talent be retained by creating a culture of self-discovery and reinvention?

Join 1000+ senior HR executives at The HR Congress Culture Forum brought to you by Workhuman to learn how to:

• Increase engagement through ensuring recognition is at the heart of your culture
• Driving Performance And Engagement Through A Culture Of Inclusion
• Reduce employee turnover through ensuring they feel truly connected to your organisation’s culture

Underwriter: WORKHUMAN
Thu, Sep 15, 2022 · 11:00 CEST (GMT +2:00)
  • 11:00 AM - 11:05 AM Welcome and Opening Remarks - Mihaly Nagy, Partner, Head of Content, The HR Congress
  • 11:05 AM - 11:30 AM Session One: Increasing Engagement Through Ensuring Recognition Is At The Heart Of Your Culture - Niamh Graham, Senior Vice President of Global Human Experience, Workhuman
  • 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM Session Two: Driving Performance And Engagement Through A Culture Of Inclusion - Natasha Gill, Chief Diversity Officer and Head HR Reinsurance at Swiss Re Group
  • 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM Session Three: Panel Discussion:Reducing Employee Turnover Through Ensuring They Feel Truly Connected To Your Organisation’s Culture- PANELISTS: Ben Bengougam Senior Vice President Human Resources EMEA, Hilton | Sarah Stary, HR Director Europe & MEA, Trina Solar
Mihaly Nagy
Webinar Moderator - Partner, Head of Content - The HR Congress
Ben Bengougam
Senior Vice President Human Resources EMEA, Hilton
Responsible for all aspects of setting and executing on people strategy, operational delivery, and support for Hilton Europe Middle East Africa Operations. 350 hotels, 200 more to open, 9 brands, 55,000 team members, and 30,000 more to recruit, 65 countries. Working at board level in multi-site multiple brands complex global footprints businesses.
Niamh Graham
Senior Vice President of Global Human Experience, Workhuman
As Senior Vice President of Global Human Experience atWorkhuman, Niamh is responsible for the company’s people and culture globally, empowering a people-first workplace culture of positivity and respect for all.
Workhuman is shaping the future of work – and the world – through its people and global technology. Workhuman is helping forward-thinking companies energise their cultures, unlock their employees’ passion and potential and unite their workforce around a shared purpose. Workhuman is building cultures of gratitude and human connections for leading global brands – and that starts with their own.
Natasha Gill
Chief Diversity Officer and Head HR Reinsurance at Swiss Re Group
Natasha Gill is Chief Diversity Officer at Swiss Re, one of the world’s leading reinsurers.

In this role, she leads the effort to build an inclusive culture that brings together the very best of Swiss Re's diverse workforce - generations, cultures, skillsets and thinking. Her pragmatic and engaging approach inspires leaders as well as employees to action and enables differentiated, sustainable business performance.

Natasha brings a strong commercial background and has a demonstrable track record of successfully leading the people side of business transformation. She is passionate about achieving cultural shifts required for sustainable, successful change.
Sarah Stary
HR Director Europe & MEA, Trina Solar
Sarah Stary is an HR Director at Trina Solar, a solar energy solutions provider with more than 19’000 employees worldwide and Headquarters in China. At Trina Solar, Sarah looks after organizational development, talent and development, Compensation & Benefits, Performance Management, M&A Integration and Employment Law across EMEA amongst other responsibilities. Previously, Sarah worked as an Executive Search Principal. She holds an MBA from IE Madrid (Instituto Empresa) and a Master degree in HR from Bocconi University, Milan. Sarah is based in Zurich.
Clare MacCann
Senior Manager, Global Human Experience Communications, Workhuman
As senior manager for global human experience communications, Clare helps build a great work culture through internal communications and events that inspire belonging and connection to the more than 1,000 Workhuman employees. Joining the company four years ago, she looks after all major company-wide communications, from workplace experience to COVID-19, and also handles executive communications. Prior to Workhuman, Clare was an internal communications coordinator at Airbnb where she supported business, function, and leadership communications reaching more than three thousand employees across the globe. She also managed internal and employee communications at O2 Ireland, PayPal, Ulster Bank, and Rescon Ireland, Ltd.

Clare received a diploma in public relations, internal communications, media relations, and event management from the Public Relations Institute of Ireland.
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