Jeanne Meister is Managing Partner of Future Workplace, an HR Advisory and Membership firm. Future Workplace manages Future Workplace Network, a consortium of senior HR, Talent and Learning professionals who meet virtually and in person to discuss next practices preparing for the future of work and access online courses on Future Workplace Academy. Future Workplace online courses focus on Using AI 4 HR, Solving Business Problems Using People Analytics, Radical Learning Transformation Designing A Holistic Employee Experience.
Future Workplace received the GOLD Brandon HALL award for excellence in the design of the first fiveweek online course entitled, Using AI 4 HR to Enhance the Employee Experience. Jeanne is the receipt of Distinguished Contribution in Workplace Learning Award, given to one HR executive each year by Association for Talent Development (ATD). This award honors Jeanne’s body of work in preparing executives for the future of work. Jeanne is also the receipt of the Colin Corder Award for Outstanding Achievement in Workplace Learning by The Learning and Performance Institute, (LPI).
Jeanne’s books have been translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese and Estonian. Jeanne is a sought-after expert on the future of work having appeared in CIO, CNBC Power Lunch, CBS News, CNN, Fast Company, Fox Business, Harvard Business Review, HR Executive, NPR, SHRM Magazine, Market Watch, Time Magazine, The Globe and Mail, and WPIX, New York. Jeanne’s recent Harvard Business Review article, 21 HR Jobs of the Future published in August, 2020 will be made into an online course.
Jeanne was named one of the Top HR Experts to Watch in 2020 by People Managing People Magazine and one of Top 100 HR Tech Influencers for 2019. Jeanne was previously Vice President of Market Development at Accenture (www.accenture.com) and is a member of Excelsior College Board of Trustees.