Get virtual access to keynote speakers and masterclasses at Influence Greatness event tonight

Hear from NYT best-sellers Brene Brown and David Epstein and access the 2023 Global Culture report

Get virtual access to keynote speakers and masterclasses at Influence Greatness event tonight

As organisations adjust to a new era of work, connection is a big challenge. Progressive organisations are adopting a community mindset with workplace culture at the forefront and now the world’s most exclusive employee recognition and workplace culture conference, Influence Greatness, is offering people living in the APAC region are being offered FREE virtual access to their keynote speakers and on-demand masterclasses. 

Now in its sixth year, the Influence Greatness conference held by the global leader in workplace culture software, O.C. Tanner, brings HR leaders from all over the world together to share, learn, connect, and find inspiration.

During the event, attendees will be able to access the 2023 Global Culture report. A comprehensive survey of 36,000 employees, leaders and HR practitioners from 18 countries around the world.

This year's report examines many of the issues relevant to employee retention and great work amid ongoing transformation. Organisations are at a crossroads, caught between recovering from recent crises and preparing for an economic forecast that could be damaging to their cultures. Part of the challenge is determining where to invest effort and resources because while most workplace culture scores have improved, the Great Resignation persists.

The report breaks down the six essential elements that define thriving cultures and explores the most promising ways forward for organisations.

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Virtual attendees will be able to stream keynote speakers, thought leaders who will challenge, spark new ideas, and explain how to build workplace cultures that thrive. Among those speakers are two New York Times (NYT) best-selling authors, Brené Brown and David Epstein.

Brown has had six NYT best-selling titles, she’s a university researcher that has spent the last 20 years studying courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy at the McCombs School of Business in Austin, Texas and is host of the Spotify podcast ‘Dare to Lead’.

Epstein is author of NYT best-seller Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialised World. His Ted talks have been viewed more than 11 million times and he’s a Columbia Journalism alumnus that also holds an environmental science degree.

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Other speakers include, Erica Dhawan, otherwise known as the "Oprah of Management Thinkers",

Author of "Speak," motivational speaker and elite fitness instructor, Tunde Oyeneyin, and Olympic Gold Medallist and three-time World Figure Skating Champion, Nathan Chen.

Virtual attendees will be able to listen in on interviews with HR leaders from leading organisations such as BHP, CIBC, and Capital One, as they discuss unique recognition challenges and solutions.

  • Ali Fuller, general manager of employee experience – Workday
  • Jason Andersen, VP product – O.C. Tanner
  • Judy Anjowski, senior data and applications manager – Irdeto
  • Peter Lemperis, director of HR business partnering, total rewards and performance – Irdeto
  • Robert Ordever, managing director Europe – O.C. Tanner
  • Graham Gilmore, CEO – London Stadium
  • Steve Day, managing director – SDY Consultants
  • Harjeet Khanduja, senior VP, HR – Reliance Jio
  • Nanjappa B.S, senior VP, HR – Infosys
  • Gillian Folkes, executive general manager, culture and leadership – Insurance Australia Group
  • Arun Sukumar Kaimal, HR director – Cepheid APAC Danaher Corporation

Don’t miss out on this highly anticipated event. Register FREE for the Influence Greatness virtual event 2022 here.

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