Dr. Jessica Kriegel | Data Scientist Driving Business Results Through Insights on Strategy and Workplace Culture

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Dr. Jessica Kriegel

Data Scientist Driving Business Results Through Insights on Strategy and Workplace Culture

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Dr. Jessica Kriegel
Biography

Dr. Jessica Kriegel is driven by data and defined by results. She transforms corporate culture for success. As seen on CNBC, MSNBC, CNN, FOX Business, Yahoo Finance, New York Times, Forbes, NBC and more, Jessica is a household name for all workplace, labor, leadership, women in the workplace, and job markets. Her renowned “Culture Equation” was acquired by Culture Partners in 2021, where she is currently Chief Scientist of Workplace Culture.

As a member of the executive team at Culture Partner, Jessica leads groundbreaking research, strategy, and innovation alongside institutions like Stanford University.

Culture Partners is reshaping the DNA of Fortune 10 and Fortune 500 companies to increase revenue, drive sales, and ensure retention.

With a Doctoral degree in Human Resources Development, Educational Leadership, and Management from Drexel University, Jessica is one of the few females in her space uncovering the uncharted territories of culture and leadership. As a single mom, she is also a fierce advocate for women in the workplace and designing a job that works for you not a job you work for.

Her groundbreaking research is detailed in her debut book "Unfairly Labeled," a manifesto for equality and transformation in the modern workplace and disrupting the narrative that Baby Boomers and Gen Z are misaligned in the workplace. It's her mission to dispel the stereotype that unfairly labels workers today.

As a keynote speaker who is a force on the stage nationally and internationally, Jessica leads with data-driven results that amplify revenue and results. With an MBA and fluency in three languages, Jessica is an advocate for progress, innovation, and data-fueled transformation.

In a world where culture isn't just a concept but a catalyst, Jessica is scripting a narrative of evolution, empowerment, and enduring success.

Dr. Jessica Kriegel
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Featured Keynote Programs

Empower Your Teams With Positive Accountability

How to elevate personal and professional accountability to drive growth.

In this inspiring keynote, Dr. Jessica Kriegel motivates your team to step into accountability. Accountability activates your team to take ownership – not only of their actions, but of the success of the organization as a whole. This helps create purpose and meaning for your teams in their daily work. When all of your teams are engaged and accountable, everyone gains a clear view of how they contribute to achieving your organization’s business goals, and they take an active role in growing your impact.

Take-Aways:
• A two part strategy to share ownership and strengthen culture.
• A toolkit of powerful habits through proven tools of accountability
• 4 simple steps to take accountability in any situation

The Change Management Equation

Adaptive Alignment Change doesn’t have to be hard, if you have the right equation: how to be a leader in transformation.

In this keynote, Dr. Jessica Kriegel presents original research done in partnership with Stanford that demonstrates how you can drive change to drive significant growth in revenue.  Through data science, case studies and humor, she presents an engaging and practical 4 step process to drive transformation and embrace change using the power of Adaptive Alignment

Take-Aways:

• An understanding of the three quantifiable variables critical to driving real change
• 4 steps to lead change in your own teams either as a leader or individual contributor
• A roadmap to take the first steps in becoming a champion of Adaptive Alignment

The Culture Equation
How to build an intentional workplace culture that powers your strategy and drives growth.

In this keynote, Dr. Jessica Kriegel presents original research done in partnership with Stanford that demonstrates how you can create an intentional culture to realize significant growth in revenue.  Through data science, case studies and humor, she presents an engaging and practical 4 step process to achieve real business results through the power of culture. The Culture Equation is the key realizing real growth and demystifying the ‘woo’ of culture.

The audience will leave with:

• An understanding of the three quantifiable variables critical to driving real growth
• 4 steps to cultivating an intentional culture in their workplace
• A roadmap to take the first steps in becoming a champion of The Culture Equation

A Culture for All Generations

Disrupting the way we think about generations to attract, engage, and retain all employee

Dismantling Gen Z or X or whatever the next trendy label is! Citing extensive academic research from her book, Unfairly Labeled, Jessica provides a refreshingly enlightening and data-driven perspective on how multi-generational organizations can strip away stereotypes and biases to realize a common purpose and performance.

The audience will leave with:

• A new understanding of what generational differences really are, and what they are not.
• A toolkit for facilitating inter-generational understanding at all levels of the organization
• Seven steps to bust generational stereotypes and become an agent for change within your organization

Dr. Jessica Kriegel
Featured Books

Proving the Value of Soft Skills: Measuring Impact and Calculating Roiby Dr. Jessica Kriegel

Proving the Value of Soft Skills: Measuring Impact and Calculating Roi

by Dr. Jessica Kriegel

A Step-by-Step Guide to Showing the Value of Soft Skill ProgramsAs organizations rise to meet the challenges of technological innovation, globalization, changing customer needs and perspectives, demographic shifts, and new work arrangements, their mastery of soft skills will likely be the defining difference between thriving and merely surviving. Yet few executives champion the expenditure of resources to develop these critical skills. Why is that and what can be done to change this thinking?For years, managers convinced executives that soft skills could not be measured and that the value of these programs should be taken on faith. Executives no longer buy that argument but demand the same financial impact and accountability from these functions as they do from all other areas of the organization.In Proving the Value of Soft Skills, measurement and evaluation experts Patti Phillips, Jack Phillips, and Rebecca Ray contend that efforts can and should be made to demonstrate the effect of soft skills. They also claim that a proven methodology exists to help practitioners articulate those effects so that stakeholders' hearts and minds are shifted toward securing support for future efforts.This book reveals how to use the ROI Methodology to clearly show the impact and ROI of soft skills programs. The authors guide readers through an easy-to-apply process that includes: -business alignment-design evaluation -data collection -isolation of the program effects -cost capture-ROI calculations-results communication. Use this book to align your programs with organizational strategy, justify or enhance budgets, and build productive business partnerships. Included are job aids, sample plans, and detailed case studies.

Unfairly Labeledby Dr. Jessica Kriegel

Unfairly Labeled

by Dr. Jessica Kriegel
A blueprint for managing people, not generations

Unfairly Labeled challenges the very concept of generational differences as an unfair generalization, and offers a roadmap to intergenerational understanding. While acknowledging that generational stereotypes exist, author Jessica Kriegel argues that they are wrong--and that it's unreasonable to assume that the millions of people born in the same 20-year time span are motivated by the same things, attracted to the same things, and should be dealt with in the same way. Kriegel's experience as Organizational Developer at Oracle puts her squarely in the talent strategy realm, where she works to optimize leadership development, team effectiveness, and organizational design. Drawing upon her experiences with workers of all ages and types, she shows how behaviors know no generational boundaries and how to work with people based on their talents, strengths, and weaknesses rather than simply slapping on a generational label and fitting them into an arbitrary slot.

There are 80 million Millenials in America, yet there are myriad books on managing Millenials and working with Millenials and the problem with Millenials. This book shows that whether you're working with Millenials, Generation X, or Baby Boomers, age is not the issue--it's the interpersonal dynamics that matter most.

  • Examine the concept of generational issues
  • Explore the disparate reality of each 20-year generational span
  • Learn to understand and work effectively with other generations
  • Facilitate intergenerational understanding sessions

The human mind craves categorization, so the tendency to lump people together is natural. It may, however, be holding your organization back. The members of each generation have only one thing in common--their age--and even that varies by two whole decades. Why assume that they should all be managed the same way? Unfairly Labeled shows you a better way, and provides a roadmap to a more effective organizational strategy.

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