Retaining Talent During
the “Great Resignation”
March 24, 2022 | 45 mins
March 24, 2022 | 45 mins
“…Because there are populations that have been underrepresented in the professional space for some time … we can’t just expect that they’re all going to magically be there … so, our commitment is to build that pipeline, too.’” –
Jill Andrews | find it at 22:09
“ … We’re all in a remote mode … that put a little bit more importance on the culture aspect. Also, inclusion … do I see people that look like me? That think like me? That want to do the things that I want to do? …” –
Jennifer Tillson | find it at 8:02
“I think anything that you’re passionate about outside of work is going to change your attitude, it’s probably going to change what you bring to your side hustle, your day job, because you’re happy, and you’re fulfilled in some way.” –
Skyler Mattson | find it at 34:36
Get insights into:
- The rapidly changing hiring landscape
- Building a diverse and inclusive culture that attracts and engages talent
- Overcoming the biggest challenges of smaller recruitment pools
If you want great work, you have to find great people — and keep them. In this View From the C-suite episode, Skyler talks with DIRECTV CIO Jennifer Tillson and Arizona State University Vice President Jill Andrews about winning strategies to find, diversify and retain talent in today’s volatile job market.
Interim Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Arizona State University
Jill Andrews, Chief Creative Officer and Interim VP and CMO, joined the ASU Enterprise Marketing Hub in June 2015. She nurtures and directs a creative and marketing community that brings the ASU brand to life. In her role, she is responsible for articulating university brand standards, driving the creative featured in university advertising and marketing campaigns, and leading creative production management for the Hub and the ASU Print and Imaging Lab. As interim VP and CMO, Jill leads the Enterprise Marketing Hub.
Chief Information Officer, DIRECTV
Jennifer oversees the video technology strategy and systems serving frontline representatives and end customers, as well as cybersecurity, corporate systems and operational support. She has led numerous integrations of disparate systems into single platforms, driving simplified experiences across all business units. As an iconic launch leader, she steered one of the most prolific wireless revolutions by leading AT&T’s exclusive IT implementation of the first iPhone in 2007. Jennifer has won numerous awards including an Atlanta Monthly Star, Best Woman Professional of the Year, and Atlanta Technology Professional of the Year.
Over the past 18 years, Skyler has overseen the growth of WONGDOODY while leading award-winning work, including several female empowerment initiatives. As president, Skyler has been an integral part of transforming WONGDOODY from a North American ad agency to the global experience and design unit for Infosys, with studios around the globe. She has been a delegate to the World Economic Forum and proudly serves as a board member for the Infosys Foundation.
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