Breakout Session


August 10th at 3:30PM CST in Madison / Wisconsin Ballroom

Sr. People Scientist Consultant at:

LinkedIn LogoFeb 222.png

Presentation Description

How to Consciously Shape Your Company Culture

by Gogi Anand (He/Him)

Culture is like love - you can't easily explain it, but you can quickly recognize this universal phenomenon when you see it, feel it, and experience it. In today's competitive marketplace, it is critical for organizations to differentiate their culture as a way to attract, retain, and engage talent. Through the lens of behavioral science and practical stories, we will explore the core tenets of consciously shaping your organization's culture so you can cultivate an environment where people can be happier and more successful at work.

Three Takeaways:

  1. Why culture matters more now than ever before

  2. Three steps to enable your culture

  3. How to measure and act on culture


Speaker Bio:

Gogi Anand is a Senior People Science Consultant at Glint, now a part of LinkedIn and Microsoft. He has spent more than a decade partnering with senior leaders to address challenges and uncover opportunities across the employee lifecycle using data. He is on a mission to help organizations create and sustain cultures where people can be happier and more successful at work.

Gogi has advised and worked with some of the largest companies in the world, including Deloitte, Citigroup, Johnson and Johnson, TD bank, Wells Fargo, and Whirlpool. He has also spent time working with startups and helping shape culture from the ground up. He brings experience as an internal HR leader, an external consultant, and a thought leader.

Gogi holds his MBA with distinction from York University in Toronto, ON and a BA in Economics and Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, ON. When Gogi is not geeking out about human behavior, you can find him on the golf course, volleyball court, or trying new vegetarian recipes with family and friends. He lives in Cedar Grove, NJ with his partner, Amrit.