Aug. 25, 1–2 p.m. Eastern
Who Should Attend
This opportunity is available to THRIVE2021 attendees only.
This is a moment of extraordinary opportunity for those who choose to seize it. A new future demands a new kind of leadership; it is a time that calls for agility, adaptability, and boldly moving to action. In this session, Jen Grace Baron will share a new framework that her company InspireCorps has developed and is using to bring clarity now. She will offer insights (and activate yours) on what is working best on the ground to support staffing professionals in leading transformation and shaping a new world of work.
During this virtual networking session—which is available to THRIVE 2021 attendees only—Grace Baron will discuss:
- Re-Engaging: Creating well-being and pulling through languor and burnout
- Re-Imagining: Performance excellence through integrating new ways and places of work
- Re-Connecting: High performance teaming to build a foundation for diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging
Register for this interactive and engaging virtual session today.
Jen Grace Baron, co-chief executive officer and chief growth officer, InspireCorps
Grace Baron is the co-chief executive officer and chief growth officer of InspireCorps, an inspiration strategy firm that partners with organizations to drive business growth and innovation. She is the co-author of Dare to Inspire: Sustain the Fire of Inspiration in Work and Life, a book that redefines inspiration as a most critical resource to be cultivated and managed in companies. Prior to founding InspireCorps, Grace Baron had the opportunity to grow teams and help lead large-scale initiatives at companies such as eBay, Hewlett-Packard, and Johnson & Johnson. She lives to partner with companies to break through to the next level of meaning, performance, and fulfillment—and stand together to catch the waves of positive impact that result. Grace Baron has a master’s degree in applied positive psychology from the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor’s degree in industrial organizational psychology from San Jose State University.
This virtual program qualifies for 1.0 hour of CE toward maintaining your ASA credential.