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A Conversation About New Cultural Norms

6/23/2022 1:00 PM EDT - 2:00 EDT
Webinar
 

Overview

Who Should Watch

C-Suite, Functional VPs, people managers,

This is a LIMRA/LOMA member benefit webinar. Registration is open to home/corporate office employees of LIMRA/LOMA member companies. Membership will be verified upon registration.

Highlights

The pandemic has changed the way life insurers work. The common set of behaviors that kept us together in the office environment have now changed. How does the industry get hybrid work right? What is the impact of the 'New World of Work" on culture? How do employees who have never been in the office adjust to an 'in-person' culture? What surprises are in-store for both employees and leaders? Learn how three leading companies in the industry have acted on hybrid work insights and the accompanying implications. 

Moderator

Alison Salka, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President and Director of Research, LIMRA, LOMA and LL Global

Alison Salka, Ph.D.

Senior Vice President and Director of Research, LIMRA, LOMA and LL Global

Alison Salka joined LL Global in 2012 and is responsible for determining and implementing the strategy and direction of its global research program. She oversees a team of more than 80 researchers and other staff professionals in the research division who conduct consumer research, benchmark studies, and white papers focused on helping member companies better understand industry issues and trends. She is also the director of the Secure Retirement Institute. Salka previously led the retirement research and competitive intelligence team at Prudential, and was also a director of retirement research and business analytics at MassMutual. She has earned a Master’s degree and holds a doctorate.

Presenters

Zoe Vecchio
Vice president, Human Resources , Pacific Life

Zoe Vecchio

Vice president, Human Resources , Pacific Life

Zoe Vecchio serves as vice president of Human Resources for Pacific Life Insurance Company. In this role, she ensures the development and delivery of a business-driven HR strategy through her leadership of the Talent Acquisition, HRIS, People Analytics, DEI, Talent Development, HRIS, Talent Analytics, and HR Business Partner functions.  Initiatives she is responsible for include the talent pipeline and mobility to develop future leaders, onboarding, diversity and inclusion, early career and intern programs, university relations, talent analytics and insights, leadership and employee development, employee engagement and experience, culture transformation and hybrid work model. She serves as a consultative partner and trusted advisor to the CAO, executive leadership team, and the Board and partners with the HR senior leadership team to ensure Pacific Life has the talent, culture, work environment, and employee engagement to meet its business needs.

Karen Leighton
Vice President, Transformation Office, Securian Financial Group

Karen Leighton

Vice President, Transformation Office, Securian Financial Group

As vice president and chief transformation officer, Karen Leighton oversees several enterprise areas including internal consulting, continuous process measurement and improvement, and enterprise portfolio management. She is also the co-executive sponsor of a work stream that addresses talent, culture and change management in support of Securian Financial’s enterprise strategy.

Karen joined Securian Financial in 1986 as part of the management development program. For the next several years, she managed teams within Securian’s Group Insurance business line. Her contributions to the company have included leading the Operating Model and Culture Transformation and Operational Excellence initiatives. Karen was also the first executive sponsor of Securian’s Multicultural Network Associate Resource Group

Brendan Lynch
Senior Vice president, Human Resources , Met Life

Brendan Lynch

Senior Vice president, Human Resources , Met Life

Contact us to learn more:

Chris Curran

CVP, Global Brand and Marketing, Marketing

LIMRA LOMA and LL Global

813-790-8336

CCurran@LIMRA.com