As companies reimagine the future of work, they must bring an understanding of how the workforce is changing and be careful not to neglect the human operating system that powers their organizations. In pursuit of new technologies, it is easy to lose sight of how people connect and collaborate (and as importantly, when they want to disconnect), how teams co-create, what motivates different segments of the workforce, and how they experience a sense of well-being and purpose through work.
Join us for a roundtable discussion as we visit Mercer’s 2018 Global Talent Trends report and discuss the impact for the learning and talent function of an organization.
Join your colleagues for live music, a catered dinner, and an engaging topic.
Student Members: $10
5:00 - 6:00 - live music, welcome, networking
5:45 - 6:30 - catered dinner
6:30 - 7:45 - facilitated program
7:45 - 8:00 - closing, networking
Parking: There is ample free parking.
Location is near I-440 and Nolensville Pike.
Live Music Provided by Josh Womack
Native Nashvillian song-writer & guitarist Josh Womack has been writing and performing since the mid-1990’s. After a hiatus in the aughts to pursue other professional pursuits, Josh returned to performing in 2012 and in 2014 co-founded the Psychedelic Americana Funk band Natchez Tracers.
Womack’s writing draws equally from Muscle Shoals, New Orleans, World Music and Southern Rock lineage. While the Natchez Tracers are a more dance-oriented romp experience, Josh’s solo music is more from the singer-songwriter vein with tinges of similarity to writers such as Darrell Scott, Paul Simon and Jason Isbell. When the Natchez Tracers aren’t working, Womack occasionally performs solo or with a cast of revolving support. Be on the look-out later this year for a new record from Natchez Tracers and in 2019 for a solo Josh Womack album of introspective song treatments and character explorations.