What the US Can Learn from their Neighbors: How Companies are Better for the World through Businesses that Tap Human Potential

Thur., May 25, 2017 from 2:30pm – 3:30pm

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Moderator: Michael C. Bush, CEO, Great Place to Work®


  • Luis Aragon, CHRO, Santander Bank (Argentina)
  • Luis Manuel Hernandez, CEO,  SC Johnson (Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela and CA&C)
  • Tatiana Godoi, P&O Director, Mars Petcare (Brazil)

Countries constantly go through political, financial and social changes, and of course companies in those countries are not immune. Interestingly so, there are GREAT companies led by inspiring leaders that understand that a high-trust culture would be the necessary fuel to overcome challenges and excel. So, through creative approaches, clear messages and a focused goal they could cruise tough times while retaining talent, improving business results and consolidating their culture. Join this session to learn how companies create a great workplace for ALL (throughout the globe).

Four key learning objectives:

  • Develop an understanding of the key drivers to the world’s Best Workplace cultures
  • Learn how to localize a multinational culture in a localized market without losing the brand identity
  • Learn how to address changes in your country using your culture and employees as key element and competitive advantage
  • What best practices are being implemented to make sure the company can build a great place to work for all