Diversity and Inclusion
Goals and OKRs
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Serena Williams is a tennis icon and world-class champion whose name is synonymous with power and performance. Recognized as one of the greatest athletes of all time, her strength and resilience extend to her life off the court — from her challenging journey into motherhood to her redefinition of what it means to be a “working mom” to her success as an entrepreneur and investor. In this conversation, she’ll sit down with Lattice CEO Jack Altman to talk about what’s fueled her passion to be an advocate for female empowerment and diverse representation in leadership. She’ll also share her advice on how to maintain a culture of high performance while building a culture of high empathy.
Artist Shantell Martin will deliver a talk while creating an original drawing during her Resources for Humans Virtual presentation. In her talk, Shantell will explore the connection between tapping into your perhaps latent creativity and developing collaborative, compassionate relationships in life and in work.
This panel will discuss ways companies can keep attention on these incredibly important needs, even when the swirl of change is pushing HR teams in different directions.
During this session, our panel will look at ways to maintain a great culture and retain your top performers amid volatility.
People leaders from Anaplan, Lattice, Kasasa, and Ironclad will share how they approach employee compensation, from adopting a philosophy toward “pay for performance” to addressing the shift to distributed work.
In this session, our panel will explore what HR leaders need to know as they develop strategies and grow their teams to meet the coming challenges employees and companies will face.
In this session, our panel will talk over how to make empathy a holistic part of your culture from the top-down, show how performance and empathy aren’t at odds, and give practical advice on how to build an empathetic manager practice.
Get a closer at the evolution of the Lattice Goals product and hear from customers about how they’ve adopted Lattice to activate every employee around OKRs.
One thing that has started happening more and more this year: many organizations are starting to see that empathizing with employees, showing them compassion, is no longer just a “nice-to-have” — it’s a must. And many of us are rethinking their approach for how they lead with empathy and how to manage with compassion. Adam Grant shares his thoughts for areas where he has begun his own rethinking on these questions.
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