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HRSF Event: Welcome to the Future of Feedback: Trends and Tools Influencing the Way We Work (SoCal)
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When: November 8, 2017
8:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Where: Old Ranch Country Club
3901 Lampson Avenue
Seal Beach, California  90740
United States
Contact: Karen Murphy

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Welcome to the Future of Feedback:
Trends and Technologies Influencing the Way We Work Together

Are you looking for a way to connect the dots between future macro-trends and technologies, and micro-applications in your world?  

On the one hand, globalization and the rise of the Millennial Generation have created a more fluid, technologically-savvy world. Machine Learning, Augmented Reality, and the Internet of Things are taking on more of the intellectual burden of the enterprise, shattering and reshaping our basic assumptions about who works, what people do, and how we measure human and company performance. Daniel W. Rasmus, CMO of GlobalEnglish and former Director of Business Insights at Microsoft will take us down the rabbit hole of technological change and its broad implications on the future of work.

On the other hand, while the rules are changing, at least one thing endures:  a highly-engaged, constantly learning workforce hinges on feedback – manager-to-employee, employee-to-company, and just about everything in between.  Traditional ways of collecting and acting on feedback are too cumbersome and infrequent to provide actionable insights on employee and company performance.  Justin Black, Senior Director of Organizational Development Science at Glint Inc., will move us from the broad conversation, to one sharply focused on trends and technologies influencing the way organizations listen to employees, understand feedback, and take effective action to impact engagement and performance.

Join us for the November HR Strategy Forum, where our speakers will lead us in exploring together the future of work through these two lenses.


Speaker: Justin Black

Justin Black is the Senior Director of Organizational Development Science at Glint. For more than a decade, Justin has been helping high-performing and innovative companies like Amazon, Facebook, and Southwest Airlines understand and take action on their people data. Prior to Glint, as an executive at Sirota Consulting, he advised senior leadership teams on employee engagement and led the firm’s Innovation function.

Justin is an expert in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, the science of working smarter. His areas of specialty include survey methodology, people analytics, team effectiveness, innovation, employee engagement, culture change, and organizational effectiveness.






As Chief Marketing Officer at GlobalEnglish. Daniels focus is on branding, content marketing, web engagement, social media, field marketing and promotions. His role is to communicate core differentiation to the market. He helps organizations, and the people who work in them better perform, innovate and grow. Business English is a critical component of success for Global 3000 organizations. Our 20 years of experience brings with it the unique ability to not just deliver basic English learning, but to create programs aligned with strategic objectives, supported by a Customer Success team that ensures adoption and real results.

Rasmus is the author of Listening to the Future, which explores his scenario work at Microsoft. His latest book, Management by Design, documents an innovative new methodology for work experience design. Rasmus is the former Director of Business Insights at Microsoft, where he helped the company envision how people will work in the future. Before joining Microsoft, Rasmus was a Vice President and Research Director at Forrester Research, as well as the Chief Knowledge Officer of the Giga Information Group division.

Rasmus evaluates current technology, including collaboration and knowledge management software, artificial intelligence services, mobile devices and virtual reality. Rasmus combines these perspectives to help organizations design future-proofed work experiences that leverage long-range scenarios.

Rasmus’s thoughts about the future of work have appeared recently in The African Business Review, Chief Learning Officer Magazine, Talent Management, KMWorld and on Harvard Business Review blog. Rasmus writes regularly about the future of technology and culture at  GeekWire, iPhone Life and PopMatters. As an internationally recognized speaker, Rasmus has addressed audiences at Enterprise 2.0, CeBIT, UBTech, The Future of Libraries, KMWorld, SAE International and Future Trends.  He was a delegate to China’s World Cultural Forum in 2012. Rasmus is the former Visiting Liberal Arts Fellow at Bellevue College in Bellevue, WA. where he continues to teach Social Media for Job Hunters. He also taught strategy and marketing at Pinchot University in Seattle, WA. Rasmus attended the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a certificate in intelligent systems engineering from the University of California at Irvine.

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