Tuesday 16th December | 2pm – 3:30pm East Coast US time
Compass is an exclusive, invite-only guild that welcomes the most senior people leaders to forge disruptive ideas in a confidential environment. Its singular purpose is to provide a platform to elevate discussions above the granular challenges faced day-to-day across HR, igniting ideas influencing the future direction of work.
Over 19 years, HRD have hosted some of the most disruptive global leaders and have helped sparked strategies empowering and enabling business transformation. This virtual workshop helps leaders across every industry collaboratively create responsive, nimble models, able to pivot to new ways of working and guide organisations through today’s uncertainty and ambiguity.
This private forum meets across the year and is underpinned by a methodology of cocreated learning: whilst discussions are guided and steered by an experienced session leader, the goals and outcomes of each session are entirely curated from the participants’ own challenges.
This unique networking forum is closed to public registration in order to help facilitate executive discussion with trust and transparency. Places are extremely limited for the next edition of Compass, to gain access to this exclusive closed circle discussion, you must be a c-suite leader within HR.
HRD Virtual Roundtables are open to senior HR professionals only and all bookings are subject to approval by the HRD team. For further information please contact [email protected]
Frida Polli PhD is an award-winning Harvard and MIT trained neuroscientist turned AI-startup CEO. She is the CEO of pymetrics, a talent matching platform that uses behavioral science and AI to help companies like Unilever, Accenture, and LinkedIn match external and internal talent with their ideal jobs predictively and fairly. While an academic, Frida was an NIH fellow, a NARSAD Young Investigator, an MIT 100K winner, and a Life Science Fellow at Harvard Business School (where she earned an MBA). She has been featured on CNN, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Fast Company, and Inc.