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Making the workplace work for people

June 16, 2022 18:50 PM UTC

The competition for talent has moved well beyond employers competing with one another to find the best workers. Now, as employees demand more flexibility and are driven by other non-monetary factors, managers also find themselves rethinking employee value propositions to address the new power and choices workers have. To build a resilient workforce of top talent, CEOs need to radically rethink ways of working—from embedding meaning and purpose in work, to developing opportunities for individuals to add new layers of skills, to fostering social capital within the organization to build networks and trust. Drawing on McKinsey & Company’s latest research, this session will explore what factors make employees happier, more productive, and more likely to stay–and how CEOs are driving business value by deploying a talent-first mindset. In partnership with McKinsey Moderator: Alan Murray, Chief Executive Officer, FORTUNE Participants: John Driscoll, Chief Executive Officer, CareCentrix David Heath, Co-founder and CEO, Bombas Jo Ann Jenkins, Chief Executive Officer, AARP Charles Lowrey, Chairman and CEO, Prudential Financial, Inc. Jeff Maggioncalda, Chief Executive Officer, Coursera Marc Rosen, Chief Executive Officer, JCPenney Christian Ulbrich, President and CEO, JLL

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