March 18, 2022
To close out the first season of the HR Trends podcast, Clare Morin welcomes futurist Ravin Jesuthasan, co-author of the new book Work without Jobs, and Greg Till, EVP and Chief People Officer of Providence Health Systems. They discuss how the pandemic has accelerated ten years of transformation in two years, and what the future holds for workers and employers.
Global Leader for Transformation Services, Mercer
Ravin Jesuthasan is the global leader of Mercer's Transformation Services business. He is recognized globally as a thought leader, futurist and author on the future of work and workforce transformation. Ravin has led numerous research projects for the World Economic Forum including many of its groundbreaking studies on the transformation of work and the global workforce. He is a regular participant and presenter at its annual meetings in Davos and is a member of the forum's Steering Committee on Work and Employment. Ravin was named to the Thinkers 50 Radar Class of 2020. He has also been recognized as one of the top 25 most influential consultants in the world by Consulting Magazine, one of the top eight future of work influencers by Tech News and one of the top 100 HR influencers by HR Executive. He is the author of four books and over 175 articles on the Future of Work, including 15 for the Harvard Business Review and the Sloan Management Review. A recognized speaker at major conferences around the world, Ravin is also a frequent guest lecturer at many universities including Oxford University, Northwestern University, New York University, Caltech and the University of Southern California.
Chief People Officer, Providence Health Systems
Greg Till is the Chief People Officer of Providence Health Systems. In this role, Greg and his team aim to transform healthcare by bringing their innovative vision for the future of work to life. Using modern technology, unique partnerships, and grounded in Providence's mission, Greg's HR team has been able to effectively predict and shape labor needs, optimize workforce utilization, and significantly lower costs, while improving employee experience and strengthening the culture. Prior to serving at Providence, Greg held several leadership roles in field HR and talent at Raytheon Company, where he eventually served as Chief Talent Officer. In these roles, Greg led the transformation of several key business segments and revitalized Raytheon's talent system, leading to the organization's recognition as one of the "Top 25 Companies for Leaders" in North America, by Fortune Magazine. Before joining Raytheon, Greg worked as a consultant at Arthur Andersen and an instructor at Purdue and Vincennes Universities, and held roles at ExxonMobil, Communication Research Associates, and General Cinema Corporation.
Content Marketing Manager, Unum
Clare Morin is the Content Marketing Manager at Unum and a journalist who's spent the last 20 years interviewing hundreds of thought leaders on topics ranging from wellness to culture, finance, human resources and technology. Born in the UK, raised in Hong Kong and based in the U.S. since 2009, she brings a global outlook to the HR Trends studio.
November 4, 2021
Thought leaders from the American Psychological Association, MaineHealth and Unum discuss the current state of employee mental health, and key elements for a strong behavioral health strategy for 2022 and beyond.