Joy Chen's
Asia Society Keynote

Watch our CEO Joy Chen address the Asia Society 2022 Global Talent, Diversity & Inclusion Symposium in a keynote titled "How to Use Data Analytics to Operationalize Inclusion."



Run of show:

  • 00:00   Joy’s story, from shy misfit to Deputy Mayor of Los Angeles to Founder of JOYOUS.

  • 04:28   The brain science behind the unique workplace barriers faced by Asian Americans 
     
  • 10:55   Organizational psychology and how well-intentioned HR practice results in exclusion for Asian Americans

  • 13:39   How to use advanced data analytics to measure and operationalize inclusion for Asians and all people

  • 24:55   End
 

 

To download the blueprint Joy discusses in the speech, click below.

Operationalize Inclusion Blueprint by Joy Chen

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As this keynote is for the Asia Society, Joy focuses on the careers of Asian Americans.


As a data science, Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) is agnostic of race or gender. We use ONA to help companies operationalize inclusion for all employees.


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Joy Chen 

Joy Chen (陈愉) is a business and civic leader who for decades has been unleashing human potential in the United States and China. She is CEO of JOYOUS, a human capital consulting firm which uses AI and analytics to help companies operationalize inclusion.

Joy is a former Deputy Mayor of Los Angeles who has launched workforce innovations which resulted in access to new skills and jobs for millions. Joy also previously was a Principal with the global executive search firm and leadership consulting firm Heidrick & Struggles. 
 
For her global leadership in unleashing human potential, Joy has been profiled by media including the Wall Street Journal, CNN, CBS News, ABC News, the Los Angeles Times and Vogue China.  


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