Site Leadership, Employee Experience and Listening Principal Program Manager
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About the TeamWorkday is seeking a Site Leadership, Employee Experience and Listening Principal Program Manager.
The role is accountable for leading the site leadership program across a portfolio of North America offices. This includes supporting a community of named site leaders across our global locations and partnering with a range of stakeholders such as Workplace and Business Technology to deliver on the future of work and a remarkable employee experience. In addition, this role will lead site specific employee experience related projects.
This is an individual contributor role with responsibility for a portfolio of North America offices. With their analytical and program delivery expertise, this role brings to life the experiences that help our employees feel engaged and valued, which in turn helps us achieve our business goals.
About the Role
The ideal candidate will have had exposure to multiple HR COEs, with specific experience in program management, project delivery excellence and guiding business executives (site leaders) to the accountabilities of the program. The candidate will bring a passion for employee experience, including an interest in the changing nature of how we work.
Interested candidates should have demonstrated experience leveraging people data, internal and external research, industry trends, and other employee listening tools to understand and diagnose problems and implement recommended solutions. Candidates should have a track record of delivering on programs cross-functionally, managing all phases and aspects of implementation, and be comfortable presenting and influencing a range of audiences through the executive level.
Execute on the site experience program by onboarding, training, and coaching site leaders to deliver on program objectives
Coordinate ongoing operations of multiple site-level councils/stakeholder groups (which includes site leaders and other teams which influence site experience). This includes hosting recurring meetings, soliciting input on agendas, and reporting out to various audiences on progress
Work with Site Leaders to think critically about the ideal, regionally tailored employee experience and the steps to take to achieve business outcome
Analyze, interpret and communicate people related data effectively and responsibly and work with site leaders and stakeholder partner teams to respond to people related issues swiftly and with precision
In partnership with site leaders and other stakeholder groups, including Business Technology and Workplace, identify, diagnose, and deliver solutions for site-specific challenges. Develop responsive actions in response to data.
On occasion, lead strategic global initiatives around employee experience priorities
10+ years of demonstrated capability in employee experience, HR program management, people analytics consulting, HR strategy, and/or business partnering roles (or combination thereof)
Demonstrated ownership of complex, cross-functional talent experience/strategy projects in a global organization of at least 5,000 employees
Ability to gracefully navigate, listen, synthesize, influence, de-escalate issues across multiple stakeholders. You refuse to be blocked.
Forward thinking and strategic, yet pragmatic and operationally savvy
Ability to provide clarity amid rapidly changing priorities and direction, with a structured approach to problem solving and decision making
Organizational agility and ability to navigate complex multi-stakeholder/cross-company processes to influence senior level leaders and deliver impact
Excellent written and verbal skills with the ability to craft and deliver clear, impact-oriented executive communications
Ability to rapidly build trust with team members and stakeholders with strong self-awareness, interpersonal skills and comfort with open and honest interactions
Workday Pay Transparency Statement - United States
The annualized base salary ranges for the primary location and any additional locations in the United States (US) are listed below. Workday pay ranges vary based on work location. As a part of the total compensation package, this role may be eligible for the Workday Bonus Plan or a role-specific commission/bonus, as well as annual refresh stock grants. Recruiters can share more detail during the hiring process. Each candidate’s compensation offer will be based on multiple factors including, but not limited to, geography, experience, skills, job duties, and business need, among other things. For more information regarding Workday’s comprehensive benefits, please click here.
Primary Location Base Pay Range: $138,600 - $207,800
Additional US Location(s) Base Pay Range: $131,700 - $247,200
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