Episode 1: Quiet Quitting is a modern form of Disengagement- How are managers dealing with it?
Streamed on 16th February, 2023
A Few key takeaways
- Understand Quiet Quitting- is it disengagement or something else?
- How can HR leaders prepare and navigate the present wave of “quiet quitting” in the workplace?
- Understand the key factors behind quiet quitting and explore what it means in the context of employee engagement.
About the Session
The word ‘Quiet Quitting’ may indicate that someone is resigning from their position in an organization. But, in reality, no one is quitting their jobs. The practice of quiet quitting is a rebellion against the “hustle culture” that glorifies long-working hours and working beyond key responsibility areas. In this episode, we’ll talk about how HR professionals and managers can approach this issue strategically and address it to improve the overall employee experience.
VP Employee Experience and Inclusion, Office of the CEO at Henry Schein
Seema has years of working experience with diverse groups and high impact leaders across government and industry that have taught her delivering results is the outcome of strong leadership and a cultivated culture.
Seema is a mission oriented leader adept at driving sustainable change by developing and communicating strategy and vision.
She is passionate about understanding and adapting culture aligned with business and team priorities, creating sustainable diversity and inclusion strategies, and developing talent.
CEO, Vantage Circle
Partha Neog, the Founder and CEO is the driving force behind Vantage Circle. With over two decades of experience in Product and Executive Management, Partha has a successful track record of scaling winning businesses.
Partha played a pivotal role in the conceptualisation and launch of 99acres.com (India’s number 1 property portal). When he worked for Aricent, Hughes Software Systems, and Bharat Electronics, he gained remarkable expertise in various industrial verticals.
He has gained deep insights into the employee engagement space through his experience with several companies and HR departments.
Global Head of Well-Being & Recognition at FIS
Melissa Anderson is a highly effective human resources leader with experience managing complex business issues that have broad and global impact.
She has demonstrated success leading teams through change, transition, or strategic realignment. She has broad and diverse experience with success in both publically traded and privately owned organizations.
She is also recognized as a dedicated leader that is both strategic and results oriented in order to deliver for her clients results that will positively impact the business. She exhibits a high degree of passion, intellectual curiosity, and courage to drive change.
About the Hosts
Chester Elton is a #1 Bestselling Business Author, #4 among the world's top leadership experts and #2 among the world's top organizational culture experts. He is a member of Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coaches, an Executive Coach, Keynote Speaker, and Founder of the #findyourgratitude Community. In the last two decades, Chester has helped some of the world's most successful businesses engage their employees to execute on strategy, vision, and values.
Adrian Gostick is a global thought leader in the fields of corporate culture, leadership, and engagement. He is founder of the workplace training and consulting company The Culture Works and author of the New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestsellers All In, The Carrot Principle, Leading with Gratitude, and Anxiety at Work. In 2021, Adrian was ranked as a top 10 Global Guru in Leadership and Organizational Culture. He is a member of Marshall Goldsmith's MG100 'Pay it Forward' Coaching Cohort.