JENI BROWN

JENI BROWN

JENI BROWN

Founder / Lead Consultant – RUBIX3 SOLUTIONS

About

With over 20 years of experience in human resources and organizational development delivering globally and commercially focused talent, culture & change programs across the tech, media and employer advisory sectors. Jeni is a practitioner of ‘organizational
architecting’: a holistic approach that aligns the structure, processes, systems, and culture of an organization with its vision, mission, and values. Passionate about transforming cultures, delivering business performance, and engaging talent in a meaningful way.

Previous roles include ex-CPO, Teamwork.com; VP, Organisation Enablement at Openet (an Amdocs company) and other in-house and consulting positions. A graduate of University College Dublin (UCD), with a Masters in European Studies she did her Erasmus placement in Lyon (History) as part of her International (Honors) Arts degree. Jeni completed the Senior Executive programme (SEP) at the Irish Management Institute (IMI) in 2021. She has held several voluntary Board positions in non-profit organizations and currently acts as a mentor in the STEM Passport for Inclusion to facilitate the conversation with schoolgirls on a STEM career.

A regular contributor to panels and podcasts focused on talent, inclusive cultures and leadership. A member of Knoetic | CPOHQ, a network of CPOs who share best practices and insights on leading people and culture in the digital age. Jeni was honored to receive the Top 50 female leader in SaaS award in 2022.

In her ‘free time’ she can be found hiking, with recent trips including wandering up Ben Nevis in Scotland (highest peak in UK); a 4 day hiking the breathtaking Laugavegur trail in Iceland and taking in the views on Mulhacen (Spain). Proud Mum to 2 kids.

 

Sessions

November 15, 2023 09:10 AM
Opening Keynote: What’s next for HR to create value in the ever changing business context?
We all recognize and experience the changing business context with technology (openAI), social, political, economic, climate, and lifestyle trends. As a result of these trends, people and organization issues are top of mind for business executives, boards, customers, investors, and regulators. These trends will require new assumptions about the future of work today and HR’s evolving role to respond to these assumptions. This keynote will highlight four emerging assumptions: connecting the inside to the outside (outside/in), harnessing uncertainty, personalizing work, and navigating paradox.
THE HR CONGRESS – a publication by CONNEXA MEDIA

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