In July, we were excited to announce Flow, the first global leadership summit from Workplace by Facebook. Since then, we’ve announced an exciting list of speakers and guests. And now, we’re delighted to confirm that Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg, will host the closing panel discussion.

She will be joined on stage on October 9th by Joanne Smith, EVP & CHRO of Delta Air Lines, alongside John Taylor, CTO of United Way, to discuss how building more connected organizations can benefit businesses, people, and communities.

Building connected organizations

All around us, people’s expectations are changing.

By 2020, 35% of the workforce will be Millennials. They’ve grown up in a world that is more open and connected than ever before.

And they don’t see why the workplace should be any different. In fact, 53% of Gen Yers say they’d be more likely to accept a job if they could use the same technologies at work as they do in their personal lives.

If expectations are changing, organizations must change with them. It starts with getting connected

At the same time, customers are no longer just looking at our products and services. They’re looking at our values, our processes, even our supply chains, to make sure that our actions speak every bit as loud as our words.

And if they don’t like what they see, they’ll go somewhere else – 83% of shoppers will choose a brand they trust over one they don’t.

And if expectations are changing, organizations must change with them. It starts with getting connected.

Sheryl, Joanne, and John will share insights from their experiences connecting tens of thousands of employees and millions of volunteers through technology and a shared sense of purpose.

 Connected organizations can help to create more connected communities, impacting lives in ways both big and small

They’ll discuss why connected organizations are more effective, and how they’ve operationalized best practices. They’ll also reveal how connected organizations can help to create more connected communities, impacting lives in ways both big and small.

What is Flow?

Flow is Workplace’s global leadership summit, taking place on Tuesday, October 9th, 2018 at Hotel Nia, Menlo Park, CA.

Together with customers and best of breed partners such as Walmart, Vodafone, Box, and Okta, we’ll discuss the ways businesses can connect people to their organization’s purpose, unlock their true potential, and empower them to do their best work.

Learn how the world’s most innovative leaders are getting their organizations and people into a state of Flow

We’ll also hear about the future of the enterprise from visionary SaaS founders and next-gen IT leaders.

Why should I attend?

You’ll discover how some of the world’s most innovative leaders are getting their organizations and people into a state of Flow by rethinking how decisions are made and work is done.

You’ll learn what it takes to build and lead an enterprise business in the 21st century, and see how technology is helping to unlock both human and organizational potential.

Plus, you’ll be the first to experience the future of Workplace by Facebook, with exclusive announcements and product launches.

Here’s a reminder of some of the SaaS entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and C-suite executives who’ll be joining Sheryl on the day:

  • Aaron Levie, CEO, Box
  • Eric Yuan, CEO, ZOOM
  • Helen Russell, Chief People Officer, Atlassian
  • Maëlle Gavet, COO, Compass
  • Dan Coyle – bestselling author of The Talent Code

Register now

Flow is an exclusive leadership summit taking place on Tuesday, October 9th, 2018 at Hotel Nia, Menlo Park, CA.

Read the original announcement to find out more. Or register your interest right here.

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