Championing culture change is challenging in and of itself, but leading a cultural transformation of a well-established company can feel daunting, if not impossible. The implications for changing a company's mission and values are significant both for the employees and the business, and yet today's ever-changing business landscape requires an equally adaptive cultural response. Hear about how to identify when a larger cultural transformation is necessary; defining a process that centers the employees; and translating change into action.
In this session, you will learn how to:
Identify when a larger cultural transformation is necessary.
Define a culture transformation process that centers the employees.
Translate a mission and values into every day action.
Jessica has more than 16 years working in strategic operations, communications and employee engagement for Fortune 500 companies. She started her career in national intelligence and counterterrorism working for several federal agencies before transitioning to the private sector in 2008. In her time at the Walt Disney Company, she lead strategic planning, communications and employee engagement for both the Chief Security Officer and the Chief Technology Officer of the Parks, Experiences and Products division, leading efforts to define a new mission and organizational values, as well as a revamp employee communications platforms and engagement programs. She is credited with launching the Disney’s first enterprise-wide security awareness program to nearly 200,000 employee worldwide, plus helping to lead the transition of the Disney parks' technology workforce to a fully remote operational model during the pandemic. Jessica is a Fulbright Scholar and holds a BA in International Affairs and Economics from Lafayette College (Easton, PA) and an MA in International Politics from American University (Washington DC). Beyond her professional roles, Jessica also coaches Little League baseball and serves as the Head of Enrichment and PTA board member for her local elementary school. Her most significant achievement: being a Mom to her three children.