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Engaging for Impact: How Women Executives Are Changing the Workplace

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Female leaders drive higher levels of employee engagement and satisfaction within the workplace. IBM thinkLeaders and the Women Innovators Network present this Dreamforce 2018 panel with three executive women on how they are impacting change in their institutions, bridging generation gaps, and fostering the future pipeline of diverse talent.

Panelists:
(Moderator) Debbie Vavangas – DS&iX Leader, UK & Ireland
Paige O’Neill – Chief Marketing Officer, Sitecore
Richelle Simmons – Vice President of Digital, Ameritas Life
Claire Vo – Vice President of Product Management, Optimizely

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