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CEO – North America
US Chairman & Senior Partner
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
The most valuable aspects of the conference for me are the ability to look at the impact of culture on financial results and profitability. The uniqueness is the focus on how we improve engagement for employees, while not losing a focus on the end results for business. Every voice matters at AT&T, and we need to mirror our customer base, and when all employees feel engaged and respected in the workplace, diversity and inclusion matters, and it is a great place to work for all. It marries nicely with our mission.
VP Human Resources, AT&T
No matter where you are in your workplace culture journey, the conference is a great place to learn and grow. There is so much value in learning innovative new practices that you can apply to the cultural challenges that we all face. Then connecting with culture champions from so many other great companies is a benefit that lasts way after the event is over.
Vice President, HR Operations, Technology, Talent & Org Effectiveness, D&I, Activision
I come back every year for three reasons. Number one is the people that are here. I network. I get energized. I talk to folks I normally don't get a chance to talk to. I come up with all these new ideas. I get to tell my story. I get to share my ideas. This is the conference to be at when you talk about culture. Number two is I love the breakout sessions. And number three is the conference itself is about trust and transparency and if you want to be on the Great Places To Work list, it's a trust index.
Head of Care, GoDaddy