News: Perceptyx names Al Adamsen SVP of Leader & Workforce Transformation

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Perceptyx names Al Adamsen SVP of Leader & Workforce Transformation

After successfully leading PAFOW, Al Adamsen is set to transform leadership and the workforce at Perceptyx in his new role.
Perceptyx names Al Adamsen SVP of Leader & Workforce Transformation

Perceptyx has announced the appointment of Al Adamsen as the Senior Vice President of Leader and Workforce Transformation, with immediate effect.

Joining the HR tech platform, Adamsen brings over 25 years of extensive experience in people analytics and HR strategy towards employee well-being, performance, and the impact of individuals, teams, groups, and organizations. He previously served as the Founder and CEO of People Analytics & Future Of Work (PAFOW), where he led conferences and academies focused on elevating the impact of people analytics, workforce planning, and employee experience professionals since 2008.

In his previous roles, Adamsen served Gap Inc as the Director of Employee Insights, Ernst & Young as a Senior Consultant, SAP/SuccessFactors (then InfoHRM) as the Vice President of North American Consulting Services, and IBM as the HR Analytics Practice Leader. Additionally, he worked as a leadership and career coach at Disney, Apple, Cisco, Mayo Clinic, and Stanford University.

John Borland, co-Founder, and CEO of Perceptyx welcomed Adamsen to the leadership board, stating, "Al has an unmistakable passion for humanizing the workplace. He understands how to combine insights with action to improve the employee experience, and his expertise in people data is a perfect complement to the value we bring to our customers."

Announcing his new role on LinkedIn, Adamsen posted, “I'm beyond honored and excited to share that I've joined Perceptyx as SVP of Leader & Workforce Transformation. At this stage of my life and career, I view it as the perfect fit. Perceptyx has the team and technology platform to improve employee experiences and generate enterprise value through the responsible use of people data, analytics, and AI. This aligns with my long-standing commitment to People Data for Good. It also challenges me to innovate with some of the accomplished researchers, organizational psychologists, and software developers in the world. A huge thanks to John Borland and the Perceptyx leadership team, many of whom I've known for a decade or more, for their belief in me. A huge thanks also to all those who've partnered and supported me over the years. I did not get here alone, so know that I'm thinking of you on this day as well. With great appreciation and hope for the future!”

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Topics: Appointments, Leadership, #HRTech, #HRCommunity

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