Columbus Compensation Association
The Fawcett Center, OSU Campus
2400 Olentangy River Road
Columbus, OH 43210
7:45 AM Registration and Breakfast
8:30 AM Speaker Presentation
Event is FREE to members
Event pricing is $45 for non-members
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Members may also Bring Your Boss – Free of Cost
*Or another guest from your organization
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In an ever-changing, highly disruptive, and on-demand world, we must keep up with what matters most to our workforces. The pandemic did not create the new work exchange, it was already beginning to emerge as values started to shift from scoring that corner office, to feeling good about the actions of your company in the communities where you work. Distributed digital leadership, stakeholder capitalism, remote work and brand purpose have shifted the fundamentals of work, including the premise that work is no longer a place. In short, work is being reworked. Much of how we are working today would be unrecognizable to just a few decades ago, when workers and employers relied on contract of long-term employment in exchange for a series of titles, perks and rewards.
Currently, the worker experience is primed to play a more vital role in organizational performance, and the perks and bennies we have relied on for years aren’t likely to deliver the same impact in the New Work Exchange. We fully expect to see ongoing shifts in how, when, and why we work. Delivering on the critical components for organizational success requires rewards professionals who are prepared to adapt, respond and actively work to align people with where their organizations — and the world — are going.
SCOTT CAWOOD, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF WORLDATWORK
Dr. Scott Cawood, Ed.D., CCP, GRP, is CEO of WorldatWork. Prior to joining WorldatWork, Scott was the Leader of Organizational Effectiveness at W.L. Gore & Associates Inc., the maker of Gore-Tex. Scott has served as the President of Synygy, a global compensation and sales software company where he began as its chief operations and people officer. Scott has also held executive positions at Revlon and the Great Place to Work Institute, which selects Fortune magazine's 100 Best Places to Work.
As an avid learner, Scott holds five degrees, including his doctorate in work-based learning from the Wharton School of Business and the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania. He also studied labor and industrial relations, at Michigan State. He has been a part of the business school faculty at Georgetown University for 15 years.
Scott holds a first-degree Black belt in Kenpo Karate, loves riding roller coasters, never turns down carrot cake, and when he’s not visiting members or a WorldatWork local network, Scott can be found splitting his time between rescuing Whippets and training for his next marathon. Scott was born in Detroit, MI and now calls the sunny state of Arizona, home.
November Charity Drive - Bring a new unwrapped toy to our meeting
Your donation will go to the local collection effort here in Columbus for Toys for Tots. Don’t have time to shop? CCA will do it for you. Click here to donate: Toys for Tots (columbuscomp.org)
Our goal is 110 toys!