create a culture of empathy at work | Cindy Keaveney

November 3, 2022 Cindy Keaveney

"If you don't understand where people are coming from, how do you lead them forward?"

How can CHROs foster empathy at work? What is the role of innovation and ideation in cultivating a people-first culture? How can you drive that culture at all levels of the organization?

Randstad Global Businesses chief people officer Cindy Keaveney shares insights in this video. Watch to learn how business leaders can develop their empathy skills, why purpose is so important to motivating people and fostering employee engagement, how you can be a deliberate and effective leader using openness and transparency, and how to create authentic human connections at work. 

About the Author

Cindy Keaveney

Cindy Keaveney is a leading business and human capital executive with more than 30 years of experience transforming organizations by building high-performing teams that produce profitable growth, develop industry-leading products and create corporate strategies in complex, changing environments. As the leader of Randstad Sourceright’s global HR team, Cindy ensures that the best strategies are in place to deliver a stand-out talent experience for all of our people. This encompasses driving best practices and new approaches when it comes to talent acquisition, talent management, engagement and development, and further enabling cross-cultural collaboration and talent mobilization.

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