How to Tune in to Forward: LinkedIn's Virtual Event on the New World of Work
March 29, 2021
There’s no feeling quite like the one you get after attending a particularly inspirational conference. You know the one — you feel ready to tackle any challenge and have a hundred ideas you want to implement right away. If you’ve been craving that feeling lately, LinkedIn’s Forward can help you recapture it from the comfort of your own couch or bed (no judgments here).
Taking place tomorrow (March 30, 2021), this global virtual event explores the future of work — and talent professionals’ role in shaping it. You’ll hear insights from leaders at Unilever, Atlassian, Verizon Media, Uber, and more, as well as LinkedIn’s own Teuila Hanson and Karin Kimbrough.
Hosted by renowned motivational speaker Mel Robbins and best-selling author Jay Shetty, the event spans 90 minutes — perfect for adding a quick shot of inspiration to your day. Read on to learn how you can tune in to Forward tomorrow, and don’t forget to secure your spot today.
You can watch Forward on LinkedIn Live tomorrow, or catch up after the event
Forward is happening right here on LinkedIn, via LinkedIn Live. After registering, you’ll gain access to the live stream link and will be automatically notified when the event is starting. Things kick off at 8 a.m. PDT / 11 a.m. EDT / 4 p.m. BST.
By watching live, you’ll be able to connect and engage with fellow talent professionals in the chat. But if you can’t watch live or you tune in late, you’ll also be able to access the content after the event is finished — so be sure you’re registered to avoid missing out.
Forward delves into top-of-mind issues for talent leaders
With the world of work evolving around us, Forward features panels, segments, and a Q&A covering some of the biggest trends and transformations to help you prepare for what’s to come. Take a look at the high-level agenda below and visit the event page for more information.
Discussing diversity, inclusion, belonging, and equity:
Discussing flexible and remote work:
Discussing internal mobility and skills-first hiring:
Discussing workplace transformation and reimagining hiring practices:
Teuila Hanson, senior VP and chief people officer at LinkedIn
Discussing economic data, insights, and signals:
Karin Kimbrough, chief economist at LinkedIn
There’s still time to register for this event. Fill out the registration form here — and we’ll see you tomorrow.