Throughout a turbulent 2020, many business leaders are leaning on their peers. We brainstorm on how we can support our employees, help heal our communities, and move our organizations forward as we grapple with big challenges and enormous change. These peer connections build optimism, too, since conversation provides the path to progress.
At Workday, we put our heads together this summer to see how we could help facilitate important conversations among business leaders both across and beyond our customer community. The result is a global digital event this fall that I’m very excited to share more about, Conversations for a Changing World.
During this event, we’ll bring together global leaders and changemakers to share ideas and inspiration, so we can pour even more of our collective energy into driving the kind of change that will lead us into a brighter future.
We’ll hear diverse perspectives from a number of speakers, including:
David Cameron, former prime minister, United Kingdom Adena Friedman, CEO and president, Nasdaq Alan Murray, CEO, Fortune Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft Trevor Noah, comedian and host of The Daily Show Soledad O’Brien, award-winning journalist, entreprepreneur, and host of Matter of Fact Chuck Robbins, chairman and