Holly Petroff EVP U.S. Consulting
Great Place to Work
A true partner and strategic thinker, Holly is passionate about helping companies leverage their workplace culture as their competitive advantage. She partners with clients to design customized change architectures that result in workplace transformation. Utilizing the key performance indicators critical to her clients’ success, she helps companies experience firsthand the positive impact a high-trust work environment has on business performance. Her energy, focus, and deep sense of commitment to her clients’ success has enabled her to successfully lead companies across industries through today’s complex business challenges. She is adept at helping senior leaders build productive and mutually rewarding relationships with employees and has extensive knowledge of best practices from Best Companies, which she uses to help companies build on what is special and unique in their own organizations. Holly holds a degree in Industrial Psychology from Houghton College. When she’s not helping change the way the world works, you can find her working on her farmette in New Jersey.

Day 2

13:15 PM Roundtable Discussions

A.      The Business Case for A High-Trust Culture – Building a Great Place to Work as a Strategic Imperative – Moderated by: Holly Petroff, Executive Vice President, U.S. Consulting, Great Place to Work

B.      Why Rethinking Talent Acquisition is Critical to Talent Mobility’s Success – Moderated by: Bob Kelner, Human Capital Strategist and Nicole Tuhy Brahms, Director of Client Relations, CAEL

C. The Missing Generation: Closing the Gap in Succession Plans- Moderated by: Dale Thompson, Founder and CEO and Myranda Grahek, President, Leadership Worth Following