A conversation with Cecile Alper-Leroux, VP of Innovation, Ultimate Software, at the 2016 HR Technology Conference.
Cecile Alper-Leroux, VP of Innovation at Ultimate Software, was one of the many inspiring panelists who presented at the first annual "Women in Technology" session at the 19th Annual HR Technology Conference in Chicago last week.
As VP of Innovation, it only makes sense that Cecile is always studying the trends and workforce movements that are changing the workplace. In one of her latest blogs Going with the Flow, Cecile explains a "paradigm shift on the workplace horizon called 'job fluidity' in which people prefer not to be tied to, or identified by, a specific job description but rather 'go with the flow,' coursing between initiatives and supervisors to maximize the breadth of their many talents."
I caught up with Cecile during the conference and asked her to share more about how not only job fluidity -- but also identity fluidity and organizational fluidity -- can positively affect employees and organizations.
#1. Cecile Alper-Leroux describes how identity fluidity and job fluidity help individuals to bring their true authentic selves to the workplace: