About This Session
This session will cover how DEIB became a strategic pillar of the Headspace organization. You'll learn:
- how Headspace leadership embraced Employee-driven transformation - defining and driving Headspace's 'Durable Legacy'
- how Headspace changed the way we work - crafting our Diversity and Inclusion Product Development Principles
- how Headspace harnessed partnership to reach new, more diverse audiences
- how Headspace moved beyond 'free' - utilizing Social Impact as a growth lever and business driver
- How DEIB became strategic advantage - the story of Headspace's acquisition of Shine
In summer 2020, in the wake of the George Floyd murders, the employees at Headspace demanded change. Believing in the power of the Headspace platform to improve the health and happiness of the world, they demanded to shift who we reached, how we worked, and who we 'were' in order to ensure we were reaching those underserved communities most in need of our services.
What resulted has been nothing short of transformational - to our organization, to our business, to our offering and our members.
At this private event, you'll hear the story of this transformation, and how it became a strategic advantage for the Headspace business.
There will also be plenty of time for Q&A.
About Our Guest
Leslie Witt is the Chief Product & Design Officer at Headspace Health, which reaches over 100 million people in 190 countries with its mental health content and services - self-care, coaching and clinical - and is distributed through nearly 4,000 enterprises and growing. Prior to Headspace, Leslie spent six years at Intuit, where she was Head of Design for the Quickbooks Ecosystem, and led Intuit's internal venturing efforts as well as their organic and inorganic expansion into the omnichannel business segment. Before Intuit, Leslie spent nearly 10 years at global innovation firm IDEO where she established and led their financial service innovation practice.