Lisa Jo Landsberg
Lisa Jo Landsberg currently serves Executive Networks as Network Director for the Global HR Leader Network (“GHRLN”), Global Talent Innovation Network (“GTIN”) and the Global Sourcing and Recruiting Network (“GSRN”. She works to fuse the high tech and high touch of member learning and networking. Lisa Jo has held several roles within Executive Networks over the last 10 years. In the last two years, she has worked closely with Mike Dulworth, CEO of Executive Networks as VP of Global Strategic Initiatives to create new, vital offerings to members and helped build and launch our first Asia-based network.
Lisa Jo’s migrated to the HR world by networking with a good friend from college who created CareerTrack, a training and development company and became a trainer for programs specifically designed to support women in leadership. In London, she opened the global market expanding the organization’s operations throughout Europe and APAC.
Lisa Jo founded her own business in 2000, LJL & Associates, providing speaking, training and coaching services to Fortune and Global 500 clients across the US and Europe. Lisa Jo is a Certified Professional Coach C.P.C.
Network Director, Organizational Change, Effectiveness & Agility Network (“OCEAN”)
Before joining Executive Networks in 2012, Dominic was the founder and Managing Director of the Energy Exchange Forum, the Swiss Reward Forum, the Insurance Reward Forum and the Reward Academy. Each Forum provides a research and development platform to large multi-national organisations for leading edge Reward and Performance management. In the 10 years the network has been established Dominic has partnered with Compensation & Benefits leaders across Europe and has been at the forefront of design & implementation of Compensation & Benefits, Talent Management, Performance Management and Reward Governance.
Previously he was Managing Director of Stephens International Search focusing on the global Financial and Hi-Tech markets. He formed and developed a successful division of search professionals in London, New York and Singapore.
Dominic is a forward thinking leader with an exceptional record of delivery in establishing and building professional networks. He has extensive experience in Reward Strategy, Client Relationship Management and has built and maintains strong professional relationships across the globe.
Dominic was born in London and now lives with his wife and two children near Oxford.
Network Director, HR Innovation Network Asia (“HRIN-Asia”)
Following a distinguished career as President & CEO of The Human Resource Planning Society (a global strategic network of HR Thought Leaders and Practitioners) as well as a practitioner’s experience in retailing and Industrial Relations, Walt’s interest is in helping organizations achieve success by leveraging the powerful nexus between strategy and people and building a framework that supports business goals, engages the entire workforce and delivers results.
Walt’s knowledge and expertise is on an international scale. His current focus is on HR Global issues and perspectives particularly the nature of Global Leadership, having moderated a meeting for the Najafi Global Mindset Institute in 2011 on Developing Leaders for Global Roles as well as co editing a special Global Issue for the HR People & Strategy Journal. He has recently presented and shared his insights at the India CLO Summit in Mumbai in November, 2012 and was a keynote speaker at the TATA Business Excellence Conference in Bangalore in December, 2012. Walt also serves on the India Summit Advisory Board.
Walt’s knowledge and capabilities are drawn from his deep understanding of the strategic nature of the profession, its best practices globally, and how a strong strategic framework can help organizations adapt to the dramatic and constant changes in the financial, social, and political environments. His global network of thought leaders and practitioners as well as his access to the workings of the most admired and successful global companies gives him a unique view of practices than support success and a keen sense of “what’s next”.