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FRAMINGHAM — Workhuman Live is back for its eighth year, taking place in sunny San Diego from April 17-20, and Workhuman is excited to announce that Esther Perel and Luvvie Ajayi Jones will be keynote speakers.

Last year’s event, which was recognized as one of the year’s 10 Most Innovative Meetings by BizBash, brought together 1,500 industry leaders and HR champions and tackled work’s most important topics head-on with three days of inspiring sessions, keynotes, special events, and networking, and 2023 will be no different.

Perel, bestselling author, renowned psychotherapist, and host of the hit podcasts “Where Should We Begin?” and “How’s Work”, will share her perspective on the invisible forces that shape workplace dynamics, connections, and conflict – and find out how the quality of workplace relationships can make or break your culture in a post-pandemic world. Esther recognizes that people go to work to make meaningful connections and are searching for workplaces that align to their values, where everyone brings their whole human to work, including their interpersonal dynamics. If people recognize and support those dynamics, they will build productive, safe, and thriving workplaces.

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Jones, bestselling author, speaker, and podcast host will take to the Workhuman stage to share her unique approach to personal and professional growth which will help attendees fearlessly problem solve while sparking positive human connection. Luvvie will urge attendees to entertain transparent conversations about living with courage and conviction and recognize that the things we must do to succeed in work and life are more significant than our fears.

Additional speakers include: Reshma Saujani, Founder, Girls Who Code and Marshall Plan for Moms; Claude Silver, Chief Heart Officer, VaynerMedia; Cy Wakeman, President and Founder, Reality-Based Leadership and New York Times Bestselling Author; Latasha Gillespie, Head of Global DEIA Amazon Studios, Prime Video, and IMDb; Eric M. Bailey, President and CEO, Bailey Strategic Innovation Group; Siobhan Murray, Burnout Strategist; and many more.

This year’s event not only brings amazing talent to the stage, it also includes more than 45 breakout sessions, 5 keynotes, demos, endless networking opportunities, and new this year – workshops. Every attendee at Workhuman Live San Diego will have the opportunity to learn deeply on topics of recognition, gratitude, and culture while interacting with their peers.

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The main themes for Workhuman Live 2023 include: cultivating a culture of continuous improvement; developing a culture built to withstand change; building a business case for new HR initiatives: the quantifiable impact achieving balance and meaning in your work; creating a human-centered workplace through recognition; and fostering inclusion and belonging through holistic DE&I initiatives. Attendees will leave the event ready to reinvent the future of the workplace.

For more information about Workhuman Live 2023, please visit To register, please visit

Workhuman® is helping companies meet today’s biggest human capital challenges – including unprecedented turnover, employee engagement, hybrid work environments, and DE&I – through the Workhuman Cloud®, a secure SaaS platform that provides the industry’s best-in-class Social Recognition® solution. As the leading global provider of technology solutions, analytics, expertise, and services helping organizations of all sizes build and foster workplace cultures powered by employee recognition and crowdsourced feedback, Workhuman is revolutionizing the way employees celebrate, connect with, and appreciate each other in the workplace. Combined with unmatched data through Workhuman iQ®, we empower HR and business leaders with proactive insight to understand issues as they develop and tools to help them make the right decisions to align business objectives and culture to deliver immediate impact. And, with world-class award redemption from our proprietary global network, Workhuman is committed to building more connected human-centered workplaces that recognize the value and potential of each and every employee.

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For more than 20 years, Workhuman has been pioneering the human workplace by disrupting legacy and obsolete HR approaches to improve the employee experience at work, with solutions that engage with approx. seven million customer employees in 30+ languages, in 180 countries, generating 100 million instances of human connection. With dual headquarters in Dublin, Ireland and Framingham, Massachusetts, Workhuman employs 1,000 people who deploy solutions and services at scale, committed to helping companies improve returns on their most important investment– their people.

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.