About this event
The term quiet quitting has been gaining in popularity over recent months. Referring to when employees disengage from their work and focus solely on doing the bare minimum to maintain employment, the concept has engaged HR leaders everywhere.
In this panel discussion, you’ll hear from experts in HR and employee engagement as they discuss ways HR leaders can take proactive steps to maintain employee engagement. This webinar will explore the root cause of the phenomenon, discuss ways to fight burnout and develop psychological safety in the workplace and provide the tools needed to address quiet quitting.
Erin Mohideen, People and Culture Lead, Inspirant Group, is a performance-driven talent development professional with experience in diverse, multicultural settings. She has more than fifteen years of Talent Development, Human Resources and Change Management experience. A true “people person,” Erin oversees Inspirant Group’s human centric culture where all employees, both full time and 1099s, are treated equally. She recently worked on overhauling the company’s compensation model and helped introduce a new, divergent bonus structure which is based on living the company’s values - Have Integrity, Care About the Greater Good, and Get it Done. Erin holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and Spanish from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MBA in Leadership,Change Management and International Business from DePaul University. She lives in the Chicagoland area with her husband and three young children.
Adrián Campomanes is a senior product marketing manager with more than 14 years of experience in marketing and strategy and currently focuses on employee experience and engagement matters. Adrián believes that work should work for people and that organizations should have the right technology to make the employee experience great. Adrián has held similar positions in other multi-national companies such as Salesforce, Samsung and HP. Adrián holds an MBA with a specialization in Marketing from the University of Aberdeen in the UK.
Recognized as one of the top global HR influencers, Rishita Jones is an author, keynote speaker and an international consultant specialised in the future of work. Her work as a transformation and change specialist is centred around creating democratic workplaces with a people focused strategy based on trust, transparency and autonomy. Rishita is the director and founder of New Routes for Growth HR (NRG-HR.com), co-author and contributor of several books on the future of HR, a collaborator, and a sought-after transformation consultant across a multitude of sectors and organizations in EMEA and beyond. In addition to holding degrees in Psychology and Human resources, Rishita is an accredited agile HR and agile leadership practitioner and a certified PROSCI change management practitioner.
Recognised as a pioneer in Agile HR and business agility, Natal heads up Learning, Consultancy & Coaching at PXO Culture and is the Chief Trendwatcher at the HR Trend Institute. Following decades working in senior Human Resources (HR), Talent and Organisational Development roles, Natal coaches clients across all industries, from innovative tech companies, to not-for-profit, to global banks, in how to develop amazing employee experience, like a customer journey, full of moments that matter for your people and organisation. In 2016 Natal hosted the first Agile HR Meetup in London with the aim of building a community of like-minded disrupters, which has since grown into a movement reshaping the global HR profession. In 2020 Natal published the book, Agile HR: Delivering Value in a Changing World of Work. Through her work at PXO Culture and the HR Trend Institute focuses on defining modern HR for the 21st Century.