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Company success and employee wellbeing don't have to be discrete efforts. In fact, it's possible to drive strategic wins that benefit your people and your business. Such is the concept behind doing well by doing good. With strategic benefits in place, people teams can support their company's most critical goals all while improving the morale, opportunity and success of their employees. Join Suzanne and learn how to connect your own efforts to the right conversations happening in your CEO's office. ABOUT THE PRESENTER:Suzanne Stoller is the Chief People Officer of Guild Education, having joined the company in September of this year after 10 years at Google. During her tenure there, Suzanne held various leadership positions in People Operations, including leading Business HR for the Ads Product Area; managing the HR team that oversaw ~3,000 tech employees responsible for all of Google's advertising and monetization efforts; running Talent Management, including critical talent and role identification, executive-level promotions, and succession planning for the Board of Directors; and leading HR for Google's Sales organization across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Suzanne holds a BA in International Relations and German from Tufts University and an MBA and MSM from the University of Denver.
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