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“Guide your team through change.”
From disgraced Hollywood moguls to underhanded politicians, the past 2 years have been awash with workplace scandal. While many organizations have updated their policies, training and investigation methods, we’re still figuring out how to approach #MeToo in the workplace. Join ThoughtExchange’s CPO Dessalen Wood to talk about the massive impact of #MeToo and how to guide your team through change.
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Dess Wood is an innovative HR executive, seasoned speaker, and coach. She specializes in leading Learning and Development and Human Resources teams at some of North America’s most-respected organizations. In 2019 she left her role as Vice President, Talent Development at Cineplex Entertainment to join ThoughtExchange in the newly created role of Chief People Officer.
Throughout her career, Dess has been passionate about creating work environments that bring out the very best in people. The connection to ThoughtExchange - the product and the team -was instant, and made the decision to join feel like a natural fit between like minds.
Dess is based in Montreal with her husband, three children and her dog.
Laura’s passion for stewarding collaboration stems from a decade of work experience in partnership development, stakeholder engagement, and research facilitation. Having held professional roles spanning the higher education, governmental, and non-profit sectors, she was drawn to ThoughtExchange because of a genuine enthusiasm for tools and processes that support inclusive and effective decision making. In her current role, she works with higher education leaders to help them map their strategic use of ThoughtExchange to support their unique institutional goals.
While she has called the beautiful west coast home for most of her life, Laura feels lucky to have had the opportunity to live, work, and study in places such as China, India, and Europe. She is an avid (some might say obsessive) runner and would truly rather be outside at any given moment. Laura holds a Masters degree in Communication & Culture and is also a certified yoga teacher.