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Heart to Heart: Language of Leadership – HR Perspective
November 19 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am
The language of leadership is changing. Join GW4W for a LIVE discussion on Facebook with Global HR leaders that will examine some of the outdated business languages that needs to be changed, the cost of not addressing how leaders are communicating with team members at all levels, and an understanding of how to more effectively address language that is getting in the way of meaningful inclusion through different cultural lenses. The discussion will be led by Karyn Detje, GW4W member, founder of HR consultancy FABRIC, and former Chief Human Resources Officer for Quokka Sports, Publicis Groupe Media, and Tory Burch.
Featured Panelists include:
Denise Cooper is an Executive Trainer, Speaker, Podcast Host, Author and HR Coach. After earning a Masters of Business Administration degree from Washington University, Denise spent over 25 years running various Human Resources functions or departments at corporations such as People’s Energy, Lending Tree, Budget Car Rental, Gap Inc. and Monsanto before starting her own company in 2007. As the CEO of Remarkable Leadership Lessons, Denise has since worked with C-suite executives, department heads, or transitioning individuals to develop practical, specific and tactical leadership skills and behaviors that unblock their personal success, all with an eye to achieving very quantifiable improvements in performance.
Fulvia is an Executive with a career in the Human Resources area for over 20 years, in multinational companies in the services, retail and industrial sectors with experience in multicultural environments, implementing and customizing the global and regional HR strategy for the reality and culture of Latin America. In recent years, she has been acting strongly in environments of restructuring, change management and organizational culture.Her last experiences were at GfK, a German company of market intelligence as HR Director for Latin America and currently at Louis Vuitton as HR Director South America.
With more than 25 years of experience in various HR realms, Sally has held senior positions in different prestige organizations primarily in fast fashion and luxury sectors. Asia has been one of the fastest growing regions for luxury goods and fashion where female leaders have contributed significantly to this rapid development. Sally has wide scope of experiences in HR management, learning & development, organizational development and consulting. Sally holds an MBA and a Bachelor degree in Sociology.