Linda Croll Howell, is the senior director of Cornell’s Employee Experience function which includes HR Analytics and Workforce Wellbeing in the Division of Human Resources. In this role, she leads the development of people data insights through workforce dashboards, employee experience surveys and organizational research. Prior to this assignment, she held roles as the director, HR Analytics, director, Inclusion and Diversity Metrics, director of Work Life Services, as well as director, Human Resources and Organizational Development for Cornell Information Technologies. Outside Cornell, she has served as an adjunct faculty member for Ithaca College’s School of Business.
Prior to coming to Cornell, she held human resources positions for corporations in NYC including Young & Rubicam, JP Morgan Chase, Viacom, and was most recently the SVP, Worldwide Director of Human Resources for Grey Global Group. She is a social scientist with a PhD in Applied Research and Evaluation in Psychology from Hofstra University.
Day 1: Dec 7, 2021
Panel Discussion: Updating HR Metrics
Solidify your Approach to Measuring Performance in the New World of Work
Adapting to the pandemic has left most organizations scrambling to create metrics to measure job performance for remote work. Successfully manage the transition to a permanent hybrid workplace with insights from HR executives. Take away proven solutions to help you:
- Develop metrics for measuring job performance and productivity to support managers and employees.
- Measure the impact of COVID-19 on absenteeism and organizational productivity.
- Eliminate the possibility of unintended bias creeping into your metrics that could negatively impact remote employees.
Learn how to create performance metrics for a hybrid workforce.
Day 2: Dec 8, 2021