LYNETTE SILVA HEELAN

LYNETTE SILVA HEELAN

LYNETTE SILVA HEELAN

EMEA Consulting Practice Lead – WORKHUMAN

About

Lynette Silva Heelan is the EMEA Consulting Practice Lead and part of Workhuman’s Consulting Practice team, partnering with clients on change strategies to make work more human. She is passionate about creating more human workplaces by helping millions of employees feel noticed, valued, and appreciated. In addition to her role as practice lead, Lynette is also an experienced human resources, recognition and performance researcher and analyst. She provides Workhuman’s customers with the supporting industry trends and best practices often needed to consider the many aspects of what it means to make work more human, validate their human applications strategy and approach, and achieve success.Lynette is a frequently requested speaker with a talent for engaging audiences in seeing gratitude, connection and inclusion through a new lens to drive business results. During her career, she has helped organizations spanning industries to realize their ambitions by conducting workshops, master classes, and train-the-trainer sessions for customers including Celestica, Cadence, Baker Hughes, bp, AstraZeneca, and Lowe’s among others. And her experience in marketing, media and analyst relations lends expertise to her consulting contributions on employee communications and training programs. Lynette holds a B.S. and M.S in History and Education from Boston University.

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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