Free Webinar: Emotional Intelligence in an AI World
Welcome to a new era where generative AI is revolutionizing the workplace. As leaders, you likely have a lot of questions about this transformation and its impact on your teams: How do you best ready your teams for the shift and ease any worry or resistance to change? What skills will be most in demand in an AI world, and how can companies and individuals build them?
Scott Shute (Founder of Changing Work, former LinkedIn) and Rich Fernandez (CEO of SIY Global, former Google) have decades of experience in improving the workplace through mindfulness and emotional intelligence. In a thought-provoking conversation, they will share their insights on AI's role in the future of work, and explore why human-centric leadership will be more crucial than ever in this bold new world.
Thursday, October 26, 2023
11:00 am - 12:00 pm PDT
If you can't make it live for the time of the webinar, sign up and we'll send you a recording after it concludes!
Program Language: English
Scott Shute — Founder - Changing Work, Former LinkedIn Exec
Scott is at the intersection of the workplace and ancient wisdom traditions. He blends his experience as a Silicon Valley executive with his lifelong practice and passion as a wisdom seeker and teacher. In his most recent role at LinkedIn, Scott was the Head of Mindfulness and Compassion programs. He has been a pioneer in creating workplace mindfulness programs and advancing the discussion around compassion in the work context. His latest venture, Changing Work, seeks to curate the best practices of conscious business and make them more widely available. He is the author of the award-winning book "The Full Body Yes".
Rich Fernandez is the CEO of SIY Global. He was previously the director of executive education and people development at Google, where he was also one of the first SIY teachers. Rich previously founded Wisdom Labs and has also served in senior roles at eBay, J.P. Morgan Chase and Bank of America. He received his PhD in Psychology from Columbia University and is a frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review.