- Christina Chateauvert
Talent Programs Manager, Employee Experience
Ford Motor Company
- Suzanne Vigelund
Director, Associate Experience, Culture, Change Enablement
- Kate Zimberg
VP, Employee Experience and Enablement
With unprecedented levels of employment, evolving employee expectations, and the emergence of AI-powered technology to listen and respond to employee sentiment, organizations are rethinking and redesigning the employee experience.
From the hiring process to rewards, onboarding and development, and expectations of a purpose-driven, inclusive environment, the employee experience demands a cohesive vision and coordination across all HR functions and beyond.
i4cp’s Employee Experience Exchange is a peer-driven working group that explores how to design, operationalize, and scale the moments, attitudes, and behaviors that shape a satisfying employee experience.
The group, consisting of dozens of major employers, seeks to dissect the complex challenges organizations face when developing a comprehensive employee experience strategy—by connecting peers, sharing successes (and failures), and examining the latest research on the topic.
Key questions the group explores:
- What are the primary levers and approaches taken to most impact the employee experience?
- How do you build alignment and alliances between HR and key business functions?
- What does the employee experience maturity curve look like?
- What is the role of analytics in measuring the employee experience?