Linking Culture to Value and Growth

3/16/22 Conference

Speaker Bios

Sue Lam
Sue Lam, Ph.D. is the global head of people insights, strategy & culture at The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC). Reporting to the CHRO, she is responsible for leading the center of excellence and shaping the future of TCCC’s workforce by developing and executing the company’s long-term people, analytics, and engagement strategy.

Sue works closely with the leadership team to develop and lead global culture and change management efforts on the company’s journey to emerge stronger as a networked, agile organization. Additionally, Sue drives the creation and implementation of the people analytics vision and strategy. She is developing HR’s capabilities in using data and evidence to support more effective decision making to ensure the business delivers on its promises to shareholders and the communities in which it operates.

Prior to joining the company, Sue was the global head of HR diagnostics for Shell, based in Houston, Texas. In her role, she managed a global center of excellence in HR strategy, learning and organizational effectiveness. Sue was responsible for the overall development and execution of the company’s assessment and analytics strategy to accelerate the change in people and their business with the goal of creating more and cleaner energy solutions.

Throughout her career, Sue has held additional roles with various organizations, including APQC, where she led HR and human capital management projects with a focus on best practices, benchmarking, organizational surveys, strategy formulation and development, and thought leadership. Sue has also held leadership roles with other organizations, including Psychology Beyond Borders and University of California at Irvine.
Kate Morican
Kate Morican is the global leader for change services at Deloitte with over 25 years’ experience working with both private and public sector organizations on people strategies in support of business transformation. Kate serves as an advisor to the C-suite to address culture, complex change, organization design, new ways of working and leadership development to achieve business outcomes.

Kate has been an advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion leading multiple initiatives in Canada including Deloitte’s collaboration with Export Development Canada and the University of Ottawa to establish a global MBA DE&I case competition six years ago.

In her career, Kate has served multinational organizations across multiple industries in Europe, Asia, Australia, and North America including clients such as Bayer, Philips Lighting, Circle K, Air Canada, Canada Post, TD Canada Trust and the Government of Canada.

Prior to Deloitte, Kate worked at National Defence in Canada on management renewal and culture transformation.
Rose Gailey
Rose Gailey is a partner at Heidrick & Struggles and the global managing partner of Senn Delaney, a Heidrick & Struggles company. She brings expertise in organizational culture and transformation to Heidrick Consulting’s value proposition to accelerate performance through break through leadership and thriving cultures.

Rose’s experience spans more than twenty-five years, beginning her first tenure with Senn Delaney in 1995. Most recently, she worked with a strategy execution firm as the practice lead for their organizational development services. There, she led leadership development and organizational design initiatives in a variety of industries, drawing on deep expertise in culture and facilitation to help leaders strengthen alignment and accelerate strategy execution. Returning to Senn Delaney as part of Heidrick Consulting, she brings her expertise to aligning strategy, structure and culture to drive high performance. Given the importance of the shadow of the leader in shaping cultures, her background in counseling and organizational psychology is foundational to developing strong leadership shadows.
Nancy Harrington Jones
Nancy is currently managing director – chief culture & conduct officer for Société Générale Americas, overseeing the management and implementation of the culture & conduct program which is a strategic priority for SG. The primary objective of the program is to secure safe, sound and profitable businesses that will inspire long-lasting, confident relationships with our clients, peers and employees. This is being accomplished by promoting and enforcing the behaviors that embody the Group’s values and by making culture & conduct principles the cornerstone of the way we operate our business day-to-day.

The 2021 recipient of the Markets Media U.S. Women in Finance Excellence in Corporate Culture Award, Nancy was the chief human resources officer SG Americas from 2007 through May 2016. Prior to that she was the global director of human resources for information technology, based in Paris. She spent several years with the information technology division in various management positions, in addition to working for the CFO and managing the internal technology audit team.

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