(On-Demand Webinar) Humu: Make Work Better – Part 1

We are excited to share with you our next on-demand webinar series with one of our Chamber members, Humu. Humu nudges people towards better work habits, unlocking the potential of individuals, teams, and organizations. As part of their mission to make work better, they have been offering many resources during these difficult times. This 2-part webinar series covers the most common concerns people and companies are having during these difficult times and how to lead with empathy and resilience and why resilience matters, and how to build it.


Laszlo Bock, CEO and Co-Founder of Humu
Laszlo’s New York Times bestselling book, WORK RULES! Insights from Inside Google to Transform How You Live and Lead, has been published in more than 25 languages. From 2006 to 2016, Laszlo was Senior Vice President of People Operations and a member of Google’s management team, growing the company from 6,000 to 72,000 employees. During his tenure, Google was recognized over 150 times as an exceptional employer, including being named the #1 Best Company to Work for in the United States seven times. Laszlo is credited with creating the field of “People Analytics”, the application of academic-quality rigor and Google-paced innovation to people management. He also led the development of what is now known as Google for Jobs. In 2010 he was named “Human Resources Executive of the Year” and in 2015 the “HR Professional of the Decade.”

Leslie Caputo, People Scientist at Humu
Leslie Caputo is an Organizational Psychologist and member of Humu’s People Science team. At Humu, Leslie works closely with partners to ensure they’re leveraging the full power of Humu’s people science to drive the outcomes they care about. Leslie started her career as a consultant with Aon where she worked with large enterprises to solve their most difficult people challenges including business transformations, leadership development, culture change and more. Prior to joining Humu Leslie was the Chief Customer Officer at Werk, an HR technology startup specializing in workplace flexibility and remote work that was recently acquired by The Mom Project.