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When it comes to building consensus in a hybrid workplace, Learning & Development teams across companies are being charged with the task of "figuring it out.”
This session will help you get there by moving beyond the "hybrid-what" to the "hybrid-how" -- a data-informed and research-based methodology proven to bring hybrid work models to life.
During this interactive presentation, participants will explore the skills, techniques & mindset of hybrid work mastery, at scale.
Denise Brouder | Founder, Head of Data & Insights, SWAYworkplace
Denise is the Founder at SWAYworkplace, a learning & development consultancy focused on hybrid work skills mastery, at scale.
She sees the Future of Work as an unprecedented opportunity to reimagine work in a way that allows us to live balanced, purposeful, and meaningful lives; and has a burning desire to develop a Future of Work mindset in the everyday person.
As an undergraduate from the University of Limerick in Ireland, Denise came to New York on a one-way ticket to embark on a ten-year Wall St. career in financial oversight and operational controls at Merrill Lynch & Goldman Sachs.
As an eternal optimist and a keen innovator with a desire for flexibility, Denise transitioned to the startup world as a founding team member of a successful high growth technology startup company.
She founded SWAYworkplace with the mission to level the playing field through the power of hybrid.
Denise holds an MBA from Fordham University and a BBS in Finance & Economics from the University of Limerick, Ireland. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and three children.