Raghu is a seasoned global executive with 36+ years of experience in driving business outcomes as a Human Resources professional. He retired from General Electric (GE) as the CHRO in early 2019, after 25 years with the company — doing work that spanned three continents, several multi-billion-dollar lines of business, and exciting corporate leadership roles. At Mentora, Raghu serves as an Executive Director and Senior Faculty, leveraging his experience and expertise in driving pragmatic, application-oriented solutions in learning and transformational change.
Raghu is often sought out to share his expertise at colleges and forums like Harvard, MIT, Yale, and the Economist, the Milken Institute, etc. He has authored a number of articles published in a number of publications, including HBR. Most recently, his research won the best paper award at the Academy of Business Research August conference. The New York Times have him as part of a documentary on the Workplace, and he has been invited to share it at several forums, including ASTD and Human Capital Index. He was also named as one of the top 50 Asian Americans in the world of business in 2009.
Raghu Krishnamoorthy joins us on this episode of Intersections to discuss what it takes to sustain productivity, connection, well-being and joy at work in the pandemic. As COVID-19 surged around the world earlier this year, Working From Home went overnight from being an employee benefit to a business imperative. What was initially meant to be a temporary arrangement could now end up being a permanent shift. Raghu explores what this means for work, workers and the workplace.
The episode “An Early View of the Future of Work” offers key insights on: