Delays in return to office timelines, vaccine and mask mandates, childcare shortages, and what many are calling “the great resignation” have created a perfect storm for HR and business leaders.
With so much uncertainty, a company’s culture can be it’s secret sauce to weathering the storm and coming out even stronger in the post-covid world. 94% of executives surveyed recently by Deloitte say a distinct culture is critical for success. And a study published in the Journal of Organizational Behavior shows that organizations that have built into their culture the ability to adapt quickly to a changing environment earn 15% more in revenue than less adaptable companies in their industry.
The pandemic put every aspect of a company’s culture to the test—forcing some practices and rituals to retire and prompting new ones to emerge. And these changes happened fast. Now is the time to evaluate what should stay, what should go, and what’s missing in your culture.
Join us as we discuss:
- Strategies to strengthen cultures during these uncertain times
- Practical tips for inclusive leadership that strengthens culture
- The HR leader’s role in driving change
- Evaluating your company culture for long-term success
About the Panelists
Pamela Sinclair, Corporate Vice President and Global Head of Human Resources at PGIM, the Global Investment Management Business of Prudential Financial
Pamela Sinclair leads the Human Resources team for PGIM. Prior to this role, she was Vice President and Global Head of Human Resources at PGIM Real Estate, and a member of the Global Management Council and the Global Operating Council. Pamela’s career includes both specialist and full generalist services that include leading learning and development at Barclay’s Capital.
Rose Gailey, Global Managing Partner of Senn Delaney, a Heidrick Struggles company
Rose Gailey is a partner in Heidrick & Struggles’ Costa Mesa office and the global managing partner of Senn Delaney, a Heidrick & Struggles company. She is an organizational culture and transformation expert, excelling at aligning strategy, structure, and culture to drive high performance. Rose’s career spans more than twenty-five years, with a foundation in counseling and organizational psychology.
Samantha Singh, Inspire HR Expert, DEIB
Samantha Singh is a DEIB Expert with Inspire Human Resources whose experience also includes data analysis, total rewards, organizational capability, compliance + risk, and process development. Samantha brings an analytical lens to her work, having transitioned to HR from accounting and finance roles at Citigroup and Prudential Financial. Sam guides and advises HR and business leaders on rapid growth, organizational changes, DEIB, and ensuring DEIB is integrated into all business and talent strategies.