How Tech Can Support Remote Work Culture and Leadership
Making Hybrid Work, Work! This week, we’re discussing how tech is facilitating widespread changes in how our workplaces function, and how innovative digital learning solutions are changing the game in learning and development.
Founder + Head of Data & Insights, SWAYworkplace
Denise is the Founder at SWAYworkplace, a learning & development platform for hybrid work mastery, at scale.
She sees the Future of Work as an unprecedented opportunity to reimagine work in a way that allows us to live balanced, purposeful, and meaningful lives; and has a burning desire to develop a Future of Work mindset in the everyday person.
As an undergraduate from the University of Limerick in Ireland, Denise came to New York on a one-way ticket to embark on a ten-year Wall St. career in financial oversight and operational controls at Merrill Lynch & Goldman Sachs.
As an eternal optimist and a keen innovator with a desire for flexibility, Denise transitioned to the startup world as a founding team member of a successful high growth technology startup company.
She founded SWAYworkplace with the mission to level the playing field through the power of hybrid.
Denise holds an MBA from Fordham University and a BBS in Finance & Economics from the University of Limerick, Ireland. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and three children.
Chief Learning Strategist, NovoEd
Todd Moran is a learning strategist, business transformation evangelist, and digital workplace expert with over 20 years of industry experience. His passion and expertise lie in educational technology, digital transformation, organizational change management, and employee engagement. His professional career has spanned start-ups to non-profits to large multinationals, and his current role at NovoEd as the Chief Learning Strategist. Moran previously ran the strategy and solutioning practices at EdCast and Jive Software and held several executive roles at across Schneider Electric, including the founding of the Office of Business Transformation, and across technology firms, Telvent and Miner & Miner.
From the megatrends in learning and enterprise collaboration to technology evaluation and implementation, to the ‘people’ side of organizational change and talent development, he covers the gamut of understanding what it takes to enable a successful digital workplace and deep employee engagement. Moran holds a B.A. in Organizational Psychology from Middlebury College, and an M.A. in Information & Learning Technology from the University of Colorado.