Tom Rath is an author and researcher who has spent the past two decades studying how work can improve human health and well-being. His 10 books have sold more than 10 million copies.
As former CHRO at IBM, Diane shaped a culture of continuous learning, innovation and agility. She has also digitally transformed the HR function, incorporating AI and automation across all offerings.
Marshall is ranked the world’s #1 executive coach and is the only person to be honored twice by Thinkers50 as the top-ranked Leadership Thinker in the World.
Skip is the former CEO of the Executive Leadership Council, the preeminent membership organization for the development of global black leaders, and former CHRO of TIAA.
As SVP of HR at 3M, Kristen leads 3M's global HR teams, supporting 96,000+ employees in more than 80 countries.
Pat Wadors serves as Chief Talent Officer (head of HR) for ServiceNow, the digital workflow company making work, work better for people.
Jacqui Canney is the Global Chief People Officer for WPP, a creative transformation company that builds better futures for its clients.
Elliott is a provocative, engaging and entertaining researcher, educator, analyst and speaker - focused on the changing world of the workplace, learning and technology.
Wilson R. Jones is the president and CEO of Oshkosh Corporation, a F500 specialty truck and equipment manufacturer that has realized great success by adopting a people-first culture.
Namrata is head of the inclusion strategy and diversity & inclusion programs at Bank of America. She was recently listed on Crain’s Chicago Business 40 under 40 list in 2018.
Mr. Dean has been Vice President of HR & Shared Services at Patagonia, Inc. since May 2015. Mr. Carter provides strategic leadership and direction of Patagonia’s global human resources, finance and legal teams.
As Microsoft's CVP, Talent, Learning, and Insights, Joe leads the team responsible for activating culture and learning, building world-class leaders, and enabling the workforce of the future.
Pamay Bassey is CLO for the Kraft Heinz Company, where she creates a culture of continuous learning and drives the company’s global learning and development strategy and initiatives.
Microsoft's Chief Accessibility Officer combines her passion for seeing people reach their full potential with her drive to promote the inclusion of people with disabilities—people like her.
Ryan Smith is vice president of the global business human resources group at Intel Corporation. He leads Intel’s human resources for all business units, regions and functions around the globe.
For over a decade, Rob Cross's research, teaching and consulting has focused on applying social network analysis ideas to critical business issues for actionable insights and bottom-line results.
Margo has led the development of innovative people strategies at three iconic brands - Stitch Fix, Lululemon and Starbucks.
Ellyn is Accenture’s chief leadership & human resources officer, responsible for helping the 505,000 people of Accenture succeed both professionally and personally.
Humera is the vice president of talent development at Intuit. She has broad-based experience in building talent strategies and organizational effectiveness.
Kim is the vice president of total rewards at Facebook. She has previously worked in senior compensation and benefits roles at Intuit, Microsoft, and Mastercard.
Christy is the EVP and Chief HR Officer at Verizon, responsible for over 135,000 employees worldwide.
Ivor is the head of total rewards at Genentech and chair of i4cp's Total Rewards Leader Board, an invitation-only group of progressive rewards executives.
Lisa is the EVP of People, Place & Brand at Lincoln Financial Group, where she oversees all facets of HR, advertising, diversity and inclusion, and more.
Linda is the global head of learning, leadership & talent development at Aon, where she is responsible for global learning strategy and Aon University.
Mariana is Chief People & Business Operations Officer at Peloton Interactive. She is responsible for scaling Peloton through Systems and People.
Dave oversees inclusion and diversity at Gilead Sciences. He was previously head of global diversity and inclusion at Electronic Arts.
Pete is the senior director of global compensation for Microsoft. Pete has been an employee at Microsoft for over 20 years.
Jacqui is an award-winning leader and culture change who serves as the global head of talent, diversity & inclusion for William Blair and chair of i4cp's CDO Board.
Tim is the total rewards lead, Americas, for Genentech/Roche. Previously, he served as Executive Director, Compensation & HR Administration at Columbia University.
Jackie is the senior director of diversity/inclusion and talent pipeline at Banner Health.
As Head of Capabalities for Future of Work, Wagner is responsible for Organizational Design and Capabilities, workforce analytics, AI inference of skills, upskilling/reskilling, and future of careers.
Katie leads Adobe’s diversity and inclusion efforts globally, spearheading Adobe's strategy across its four strategic pillars of pipeline, candidates, employees and industry engagement.
As SVP of Global Mission, State Development and Operations at Best Buddies, David's career has been devoted to impacting the lives of people with IDD.
Brown is the author of four #1 New York Times bestsellers: The Gifts of Imperfection, Daring Greatly, Rising Strong, and Braving the Wilderness.
Pink is the acclaimed author of #1 New York Times bestsellers Drive and To Sell is Human.
Tina served as Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff to First Lady Michelle Obama. She is currently a partner at Buckley LLP and a leading voice on fighting discrimination and gender inequity.
Patty McCord, former chief talent officer of Netflix, brings the Silicon Valley concepts of fresh ideas and innovation and applies them to rethinking the way we work.
Dan Price is the CEO of Gravity Payments. Honored as Entrepreneur of the Year in 2014, he earned international recognition for increasing the minimum wage for his workforce to $70,000.
John Boudreau is recognized for breakthrough research on human capital, talent, and sustainable competitive advantage. His latest focus is on reinventing jobs by applying automation to work.
Lucy Helm is the executive vice president and chief partner officer at Starbucks. She will speak on how Starbucks is reimagining its role as the Third Place.
Tameika Pope is the Chief Human Capital Officer of the United States Federal Reserve Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., also known as the U.S. Central Bank.