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Talent Development

People-Centric Manufacturing Transformation
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People-Centric Manufacturing Transformation

Becky Crane has 20 years’ experience at General Mills working across the company’s end-to-end supply chain, in multiple U.S. and international locations. Highlights include plant manager at one of our largest facilities (Hannibal, Mo.), as well as standing up a global procurement organization in Switzerland as an expat. She’s known for leveraging her breadth of experience to build bold strategies and highly effective cross-functional teams to solve problems and create long-term advantage for our businesses. Crane leads manufacturing, engineering and global safety teams with accountability for over 9,000 employees (approximately 30% of the company’s employee base). This includes responsibility over $1B in capital across the enterprise, standardizing processes and establishing strong business partnerships to enable advantaged agility and accelerate innovation.

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Fireside Chat: The Evolving Role of a CHRO
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Fireside Chat: The Evolving Role of a CHRO

Christopher Shryock serves as Sam’s Club’s Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer. In this role, he oversees all aspects of human resources for Sam’s Club and is responsible for attracting, developing, rewarding, and retaining talent as well as building a diverse and inclusive organization.

Prior to Sam’s Club, Christopher spent nearly 14 years at PepsiCo in a variety of global HR leadership roles in Plano, Texas; Geneva, Switzerland; Moscow, Russia; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; and New York. Most recently, he was senior vice president of human resources for the PepsiCo Foods North America sector’s Commercial organization where he led the HR agenda across the sales, marketing, and strategy and transformation organizations.

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Evolving the LEGO® Leadership Playground
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Evolving the LEGO® Leadership Playground

Pat has been with the LEGO Group since 2012 and is currently the Head of Partnering & Operations for the Americas. In this capacity he serves as the People Operations lead for the LEGO Group’s Americas Hub in Enfield, CT, and as the Strategic People Partner for the Americas Market Group. Prior to his current role, Pat served as the People Partner for Latin America and LEGO Brand Retail, North America.

Prior to joining the LEGO Group, Pat worked at The Hartford Financial Services Group for 10 years. He worked in a variety of functions including Group Benefits, Corporate Relations and Human Resources, where his highlight was managing The Hartford’s scholarships and internships for students from the city of Hartford.

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Building Talent Resiliency With Early-Career Tech Talent
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Building Talent Resiliency With Early-Career Tech Talent

Monne serves as Handshake’s Chief Impact Officer. Prior to joining Handshake she was a Partner at McKinsey & Company based in Atlanta. She advised and served clients across a variety of sectors on topics such as transformation, culture, change management, executive team development and capability building.

Prior to joining McKinsey Monne served as Marketing Manager for the Boston Red Sox. She currently also serves on the board of directors for Reaching Out, an organization committed to developing the LGBTQ leaders of tomorrow.

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Global Talent Trends in Pharma and Biotech Technical Operations
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Global Talent Trends in Pharma and Biotech Technical Operations

Pascal leads operations for Russell Reynolds Associates in New York and Canada. He works closely with top healthcare clients around the globe, advising them on their talent strategy, including leadership assessment, succession planning, and the recruitment of directors, CEOs, and other senior executives. Within the healthcare industry, Pascal specializes in biotech and pharma technical operations, including process development, manufacturing, quality, engineering, and supply chain leadership.

Shannon Knott is a member of Russell Reynold’s Leadership and Succession Practice, and is based in Durham, NC. She specializes in executive transition and development, partnering with clients to build more effective and aligned leadership teams. Shannon leverages more than two decades of experience in executive education program development and strategy to provide market-leading insights. Shannon has a passion for leadership development and individual growth, and supports clients in creating future-focused, comprehensive succession processes.

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Panel: Becoming a Leader, Growing as a Leader, and Mentoring Future Leaders
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Panel: Becoming a Leader, Growing as a Leader, and Mentoring Future Leaders

At NATES23 we recorded a panel discussing some of the unique challenges and opportunities involved in rising to a leadership position in a constantly evolving professional discipline, as well as understanding the leader’s role as a force to shape and demonstrate corporate culture within our organizations.

What does effective leadership look like on the day-to-day basis, as well as when thinking about the big picture? Give this one a listen to learn more!

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Michael Kamarck & Pascal Bécotte — Global Talent Trends in Pharma and Biotech Technical Operations: A Perfect Storm
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Michael Kamarck & Pascal Bécotte — Global Talent Trends in Pharma and Biotech Technical Operations: A Perfect Storm

At the most recent edition of the Pharma Manufacturing World Summit held May 15-16, 2023, in Boston, we spoke with Michael Kamarck, a senior industry executive, and Pascal Bécotte, the Managing Director of Russell Reynolds Associates, about the most serious challenge threatening to bottleneck the otherwise very bright future of medicine. For a number of reasons explored in both this interview and in this recent blog post, there are not enough qualified people to fill all the top jobs that need to be done, and this is not something that is going to be fixed in a day or even a few years without the industry working together in a decisive and unprecedented way to collectively develop its rising Top Talent in the technical operations space into the senior leaders that Small Molecule, Large Molecule, and especially the emerging Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products sectors cannot do without.

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Talent Attraction, Development and Retention in Times of Shifting Employee Expectations
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Talent Attraction, Development and Retention in Times of Shifting Employee Expectations

Worker expectations are constantly shifting and HR is being challenged to step up and evolve in big ways to meet those expectations. Discussing ways to build and strengthen connections between employers and employees, between management and teams, and between individual team members Building opportunities to learn and grow personally and professionally as part of the larger effort to invest in our people to make what we do and who we are better Making our organization a place where people want to work, feel valued, and know they are part of a larger whole that is creating a better world Showcasing…

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The Science of Leadership – What Differentiates Good from Great
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The Science of Leadership – What Differentiates Good from Great

Leadership has never been more important than it is today The leadership research is clear and we understand which qualities drive effective leadership Learn the science behind proven leadership characteristics and the competencies that build high-performing teams Hear how UnitedHealthcare scaled a shared language for attracting, assessing, developing and promoting talent Understand how learning behaviors and learning agility can contribute to building a culture of innovation — Stephanie Fehr EVP, Chief People Officer UnitedHealthcare Stephanie Fehr is Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer for UnitedHealthcare. In this role, she is responsible for building the UnitedHealthcare talent infrastructure and systemic…

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Fireside Chat: Great Leadership Doesn’t Just Happen
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Fireside Chat: Great Leadership Doesn’t Just Happen

An effective and thriving workforce starts with attracting, assessing, hiring, and developing the right people. Building teams of leaders who allow all employees to grow, thrive and feel empowered is the cornerstone of creating great culture. Johnson & Johnson is taking a science-based approach to unlocking the potential in every future leader – to best place, advance and support individual employees on their career path. In this session, Michael Ehret, PhD, Head of Global Talent Management, will share insights into building the strongest ecosystem of talent development focused on these key themes: Hire: What makes a great leader? Credo-aligned talent access…

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The Workforce is Hybrid. Are You Ready?
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The Workforce is Hybrid. Are You Ready?

What are the implications of being “hybrid” on the workplace, company policies, culture, and talent? Key things to consider to build a hybrid strategy that works for you Lessons learned doing hybrid at scale for 10 years Mythbusters! Can we debunk some of the worries and media around hybrid work and its impact on inclusion, culture, early in career talent, advancement and diversity? — Jennifer Saavedra Chief Human Resources Officer Dell Technologies Jenn Saavedra is Dell Technologies’ Chief Human Resources Officer. She leads the company’s Global Human Resources and Facilities function and accelerates the performance and growth of the company through…

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Underrepresented or Institutionally Failed? Building in DE&I as a Strategy for Growth
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Underrepresented or Institutionally Failed? Building in DE&I as a Strategy for Growth

Making the business case that DE&I is not just an HR exercise but one that needs to be built in as a core strategy for business growth or we are failing our key constituents:  employees, consumers, and shareholders Examining the new forces at play that are rapidly accelerating both employee and consumer expectations of the role companies play in driving equality both inside our companies and within our communities Discuss how building an organization with a fairness mindset is key to our efforts and ultimately a strong, sustainable strategy Share human insights through storytelling that recognize the different needs, beliefs…

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Fireside Chat: “People Experience” is The Most Important Contribution HR Provides for Our Organizations
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Fireside Chat: “People Experience” is The Most Important Contribution HR Provides for Our Organizations

Discussing how understanding and fostering colleague health and wellbeing has evolved into a major facet of what the HR team brings to the company as a whole Demonstrating the value of a purpose-driven culture for personal and professional growth, as well as a key driver of positive business outcomes What does health equity mean, and how are HR professionals moving the needle on what companies do for their employees? Illustrating how Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion foster a sense of belonging. What do the organizations that are great at DEIB all have in common? What lessons can we take from their…

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