In an increasingly global and hybrid workforce, the lines have blurred between personal and professional. The research shows it’s no longer enough to solely acknowledge an employee’s work contributions. Now is the time to better understand and celebrate the whole employee—not simply for what they achieve in their work, but also their personal milestones that are an integral part of their life.Scroll Down
Watch this webinar to learn how IBM has revolutionized its recognition offerings to consider the whole employee. From personal to professional achievements, IBM Celebrations utilizes technology to socialize key milestones in an employee’s life. In an increasingly digitized work environment, this fully global online system meets employees where they are: IBMers come together and celebrate one another, even though they’re not face-to-face. By making it easier for leadership and management to appreciate their employees, IBM continues to celebrate key moments within their community, through all phases of their employees’ lives.
Jenni Coronato specializes in the delivery of IBM’s market-leading portfolio of recognition offerings. Having graduated with a Master’s in Human Resource Management from Rutgers University, Jenni is now a member of IBM’s HR Leadership Development Program, a 3-year rotational program dedicated to developing select individuals into HR leadership positions. Jenni’s passions lie in employee engagement, diversity, equity and inclusion, and talent management.
During his 10 years with BI WORLDWIDE, Kurt has worked in a variety of strategic design roles, leveraging his thought leadership to create programs that inspire employees across the globe. Kurt proactively leads and fosters a collaborative team of design and delivery professionals responsible for the creation, implementation, and management of programs that drive measurable business results. Kurt specializes in working with the account team and key client stakeholders to identify business objectives, develop strategies and drive innovative solutions to support the overall vision.