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Survive or Thrive? A Lesson from Elephants and Rats for Developing Organizational Empathy

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2020 Virtual Conference Bundle
Kevin Yip
45 Minutes
Audio and Video


Join Kevin Yip, Co-Founder and COO at Blueboard, for a discussion around developing organizational empathy – and the ability to welcome and support your employees in their current state, providing them the runway to truly thrive at work. We'll outline the concept of organizational empathy (what it is, why it matters), with a focus on people-centric values, the foundation for building empathy.

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand the 5 pillar framework for organizational empathy
  2. Learn about innovative programs to promote organizational empathy
  3. Workshop around current company values to support employee experience and promote company culture



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Kevin Yip is a passionate HR Tech entrepreneur focused on helping companies worldwide celebrate and recognize their top talent in a more meaningful way. As Co-founder and COO of Blueboard, a San Francisco-based employee rewards and recognition company, Kevin partners with HR innovators to build exciting employee recognition programs that drive real impact, positively improving employee engagement, wellbeing, motivation and retention rates. Beyond his role as COO, Kevin leads our business development and growth strategy. Kevin is a seasoned professional speaker, having presented on HR thought-leadership topics at NCHRA's HR TechXpo, and NCHRA's HR West Conference, From Day One SF & Boston, Responsive Conference, and Culture First as well as a suite of meet-up panels and webinars. Prior to building Blueboard in 2014, Kevin served as a top analyst at Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC), consulting with Fortune 1000 clients like Levi Strauss & Co., Prologis, and Bechtel Corporation. Kevin graduated with honors, holding a BS in Managerial Economics from University of California, Davis.