Human Resources and Event leaders gathered to address the role of virtual platforms in paving the way for seamless talent engagement. Watch Forbes, CoinDesk, Drift, Major League Hacking & more as they discuss ways to improve employee experience, fostering teamwork and using digital transformation as an advantage. 

What you’ll learn from this video?

  • How to host interactive town halls & conferences
  • How to plan effective virtual summits
  • The best way to maximise digital engagement 
  • How to use technology as an enabler

Changing Rules of Talent Engagement

by The Remote Valley

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Nadia Vatalidis
Director of People, Remote.com

Nadia is the Director of People at Remote, where she works on all things people and continues to enable Remote as a great place to work. She is exceptionally passionate about the onboarding journey in a remote-first environment and creating a self-enabled culture to ensure everyone is set up for success. She came from GitLab, leading People Operations and Experience, People Engineering and International Expansion and helped scale GitLab from 75 to 1300 employees.

Delisha Fields
Director of Event Partnerships & Marketing, Forbes

Delisha is leading event partnerships and marketing at Forbes where she is responsible for driving marketing innovation and growth for ForbesLive tentpole summits and custom events from a client partnership perspective, along with nurturing and managing strategic sponsored programs and partner relationships.

Clair Byrd
Partner, Wing Venture Capital

Clair is a partner at Wing Venture Capital, devoted to early-stage, long-term company building in business technology. Its portfolio companies include Cohesity, Gong, Instart Logic, Juvo, Moogsoft, Palerra, Shape Security and Snowflake. Before Wing, Clair was the Senior Director of Solutions Marketing at Twilio where she implemented marketing strategies for the Enterprise, Strategic and Mid-Market segments.

Mike Swift
CEO & Co-Founder, Major League Hacking

Mike is the CEO & Co-Founder of Major League Hacking (MLH) where he has helped build one of the largest developer communities in the world. He was previously named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 Education category, founded Hacker League (acquired by Intel in 2013), and was the first developer evangelist for SendGrid.

Daniel Monteverde
Director, Events & Sponsorships, HackerX

Daniel leads events at HackerX, the world’s largest invite-only networking & recruiting event for developers. HackerX operates over 300+ networking & recruiting focused events in 125+ cities every year working with over 3,000+ tech companies including Uber, Airbnb, Tesla, SpaceX, Oracle, Microsoft, Priceline, Hipmunk, as well as some of the world’s fastest-growing startups.

Janna Erickson
Director of Events, Drift

Janna joined Drift in 2017 to help take the team’s event strategy to the next level. Prior to Drift, Janna accumulated over 8 years of event experience from working at brands like HubSpot, Kayak.com, and TomTom.

Kate Gray
Head of People, Omnipresent

Kate is the head of people at Omnipresent, where they are centralising this complexity and providing their clients, and their remote workers, with a simplified, cost-effective and legally compliant employment experience. Before Omnipresent, Kate was head of talent at WeGift.

Laszlo Szemelyi
Executive Partner, Future-Now

Laszlo is the executive partner at Future-Now, a management consulting firm where they help companies navigate digital transformation. Future-Now provides support for online events, training, IoT, chatbot and video analysis etc. Before joining Future-Now, Laszlo was the project lead at Budapest Institute of Banking and CMO of Tourflow.

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