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Creating and Maintaining Compassionate Company Culture During Uncertainty by The Charlotte CFOLC
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Creating and Maintaining Compassionate Company Culture During Uncertainty by The Charlotte CFOLC

Creating and Maintaining Compassionate Company Culture During Uncertainty, with a Focus on the Virtual Workplace Friday, May 15, 2020 8:30 AM - 9:45 AM Webinar

When: May 15, 2020
8:30 AM - 9:45 AM
Where: Webinar:
United States
Contact: Jennifer Langley

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Program Description:


Business leaders are becoming more aware of how their ability to attract and retain top talent and improve performance depends upon having a culture that their people describe as a “great place to work.” Forward thinking CFOs are also discovering they have a very important role in creating that environment, even during these unprecedented and challenging times of uncertainty. Therefore,  how are CFO's ensuring their company's compassion and culture are present with all employees, regardless of their physical work locations?  How can companies be present in these uncertain times while continuing to plan for retention and possible recruitment post-pandemic.



Join us virtually for Creating & Maintaining Compassionate Company Culture During Uncertainty where our panel of experts will address these challenges and provide insights into how to successfully encourage and motivate your teams in this WFH & Virtual environment.   Our speakers will share their first-hand experience, their lessons learned, and share practical solutions attendees can utilize within their organizations. 


Learning Objectives:

  • Semantics Count!  How are the terms "Essential and Non Essential Employees" currently used by our media  & Government  affecting our teams emotional health and overall culture?
  • How does psychological safety encourage transparency and authentic communication?

  • How to compassionately prepare for post-pandemic recruitment/employment trends that CFOs should be aware of

  • Ensure teams who are working from home believe and lean into your company’s goals, missions, values and corporate culture 



Monica Blaney, SHRM-CP, Performance Specialist, Insperity, is a trusted advisor and consultant to business owners and decision makers in various industries across the region.  In her current role as Performance Specialist, Monica supports clients by helping them develop organizational strategies to accelerate the their business through enhanced employee performance. 

Monica has served as an advisor to leaders in the fields of HR and Performance Improvement for 10+ years in various capacities.  Her passion lies within helping business owners define and communicate their company’s vision, while developing high-performing, cohesive teams.

Meredith Foster, Sr. Managing Partner at Workday, helps lead internal talent innovation projects to ensure that Workday is getting the most out of its deployment of Workday. She is the Business Product Owner for Skills Cloud, People Experience, Talent Marketplace and Career Hub. These projects take Workday from a system of record to a system of engagement and intelligence while continuing  to stay in front of new waves of innovation.  

Meredith has a deeply rooted love for people. She is a masterful storyteller and communicator and exercises these skills by sharing Workday’s internal talent strategy, culture and company story with customers and prospects. She wholeheartedly believes in the power of the technology which has enabled Workday to be consistently recognized as a Great Place to Work for All. 

Before her transition to Sr. Managing Partner, she spent 4 years in Presales where she had the opportunity to contribute to hundreds of sales pursuits that spanned across all sizes, industries and geographies. She took this success and created a Field Innovation Team at Workday where she shared strategies and techniques on how to creatively engage audiences and sell more creatively. 

When she isn’t geeking out on Workday, you can find her playing with her two young daughters, on the golf course or on the lake with her friends. 


Patrick Lyons, Senior Associate, New Legends Now brings 17 years of experience inside Fortune 1000 companies and several more helping scaling companies grow.  Strategic, results-oriented, and adept at guiding people through their most difficult initiatives with honesty, humor, and heart. Ultra-blessed husband, father, and grandfather.


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CFO Leadership Council members may attend this program for free. Non-member senior financial executives who are CFOs, Vice Presidents of Finance, Directors of Finance and Controllers (or the like) are welcome to attend this program at a one-time cost of $60.

Please note that service providers or any executives who are not senior financial executives (CFOs, Vice Presidents of Finance, Controllers, Directors of Finance, etc.) will not be admitted attendance to this event. The CFO Leadership Council reserves the right to decline any registration.


More Information

For more information about this program or The CFO Leadership Council, please contact Jennifer Langley, Southeast Regional Director, at


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