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Stream to Your Team: Building Internal Comms Around Video

Building connections, delivering consistent information, and reinforcing company culture can be difficult in today's workplace - HR and internal communications teams are challenged to bridge these gaps. Luckily, video provides a powerful tool to do so. Streaming employee initiatives like all hands, internal training, and executive communications, enables you to make more resources available and increases employee engagement. This discussion will be about how internal comms and HR pros use video in their strategies and best practices.

Meet The Guests

Guest: Patrick Felder, SVP, Employee Success, Salesforce

Patrick joined Salesforce in 2020 and serves as SVP Employee Success (HR) for the Engineering and Product development teams (~15K HC globally). Patrick also leads for Employee Success for Salesforce India. His current responsibilities include all Talent and People strategies, organizational effectiveness, executive leadership development, global talent management, succession planning and organizational design.

Before Salesforce Patrick was VP Human Resources at Dell Technologies. Patrick has over 20 years HR experience leading global Sales, Services, Support, and G&A organizations. Patrick has also been the HR lead for country, regional and global organizations.

Patrick has led multiple Employee Resource Groups, and currently serves as executive sponsor for BOLDforce ERG, and the Texas ERG Council for SalesForce. Patrick’s community involvement includes the Austin Blackfund, and past service on the Board of Directors for United Way Capital Area, and Mainspring Schools.

Guest: Tatsuo Kinoshita, VP, Chief Human Resources Officer, Mercari

Mercari is a Japanese eCommerce company, known for being the first unicorn in Japan. Mercari recently expanded into Japan/US and also established their tech center in India. Prior to joining Mercari four years ago, Tatsuo started his career with Proctor & Gamble and then moved to GE where he worked in Japan and regional APAC HR roles over a 20-year career.

He is currently based in Tokyo, Japan but he has worked in KL, Malaysia for 4 years as the senior HRBP of the APAC region and led talent and organization development for the region.

Guest: Trish Stiles, Chief People Officer, Brightcove

Trisha Stiles has more than 20 years of experience leading human resources for Fortune 500 companies, including Tableau, a Salesforce Business Unit, CBS Interactive, and GE/NBC Universal, and she is a graduate of the GE Human Resource Leadership Program known for HR excellence. At Brightcove, Stiles oversees all aspects of human resource strategy, encompassing talent and performance management, spearheading diversity, equality, and inclusion initiatives, developing competitive people practices, and reinforcing the company’s strategic direction and business growth. Before Brightcove, Trisha served as vice president of employee success at Tableau, overseeing human resources strategy for Tableau’s global engineering, product and marketing teams. She managed equality, talent attraction, and organization strategy to bolster company growth and employee performance. Prior to Tableau, Stiles was the Head of HR for CBSI, where she helped build the culture across the CBS/CBSi brands and scaled the streaming business.

Stiles holds a MA from Teachers College of Columbia University in Organizational Psychology, Org. Development, Change Management, and Leadership, and a BA in Psychology from UC Santa Barbara.

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