The world is facing an ongoing challenge as the COVID-19 epidemic continues to create turbulence in our personal and professional lives. Especially, the world of work as we know it is going to look drastically different from it is now. However, while challenges will come and go, learning should never stop. Thus, there is an imminent need to relook at our talent practices and how we can improve the experience of our employees during & after this global crisis.
The People Matters EX Virtual conference on 19th June is our endeavor to throw the spotlight on employee experience (EX) to maximize business success and reiterate its importance, especially in today’s changing times. The Virtual Conference aims to spark ideas and initiate actions on accelerating the development of a consumer mindset to solving people & work challenges in order to attract and retain future talent, bolstering productivity and ultimately building happier workplaces.
Here’s a quick look at some of the reasons why you should not be missing the People Matters EX Virtual Conference!
Top voices from the world of Employee Experience are here
Jason Averbook, CEO & Co-Founder Leapgen, author of the best-selling-book “Ultimate Guide of Digital Employee Experience”; Casey Swails, Director, Executive Services at the world’s biggest aerospace agency, NASA; Farid Basir, Chief Human Capital Officer, Telekom Malaysia; Dr. Santrupt B Misra, CEO, Birla Carbon, Director, Chemicals, Director, Group HR Aditya Birla Management Corporation; Nitin Chugh, CEO, Ujjivan Small Finance Bank; and many more will be speaking at the virtual conference.
EX case studies from the world over
Join Temitope Sadiku, Global Head of Digital Employee Experience, Kraft Heinz; Amelia Spencer, Customer & Employee Experience lead, Optus; Jan Krogel, Head of Employee Experience and People Analytics, Capgemini and many more who will be presenting case studies as they discuss practical insights on employee learning and development in times of crisis, focus on employee wellbeing during a pandemic, impact of the right EX on CX and delivering EX effortlessly across organizations especially now.
Themes that cover the complete employee life cycle from hire to retire
In our endeavor to ensure business and learning continues unabated, we have collated the themes in order to provide a more immersive and intensive learning experience in the realm of employee experience for the entire employee life cycle. These include Candidate & New Employee Onboarding Experience, Development & Growth Experience, Learning Experience, Benefits Experience, and Transaction Experience.
People Matters EX 2020 Certification Masterclass
Be ready for the future of work and arm yourself with the right skills to be ready for the new normal of people and work through our exclusive certification Masterclasses. We have planned exclusive Masterclasses by William Tincup, President, Recruiting Daily; Ben Eubanks, Principal Analyst, Lighthouse Research; Amit Bhatia, Senior Analyst (CX); Beth Axelrod, VP, EX, Airbnb and others.
Interactive exclusive sessions with industry leaders and visionaries
An opportunity to share your challenges and interact with experts in exclusive one to one mentoring sessions where they share valuable insights to help solve your Employee Experience problems.
Product demos from some of the leading technology companies
Get a hands-on demo & schedule one-on-one meetings with some of the leading technologies that are helping organizations solve their employee experience issues every day.
Freedom to attend from wherever you are
Access the whole event from the comfort of your own home, your office, or whichever spot you prefer. Take out a few hours to invest in your own learning at your own convenience.
More than 2,500 people are expected to come together at People Matters EX 2020. This is your opportunity to connect with like-minded peers from India and APAC real-time as you learn and un-learn together for the new normal.
To learn what it takes to create a world of incredible experiences, join us for the People Matters EX: A Virtual Conference on 19th June