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In the Workplace: February 21, 2019

Hosts Peter Cappelli and Dan O’Meara are joined by Mark Lobosco (Vice President, Talent Solutions, LinkedIn), William Kerr (Professor, Co-Director of Harvard’s Managing the Future of Work initiative, Harvard Business School), and Lydia Frank (Vice President, Content Strategy, PayScale) on the Thursday, February 21, 2019 edition of In the Workplace.

Air Date: Thursday, February 21, 2019 on SiriusXM 132

William Kerr

Air Time: 5:00 pm
Featuring: William Kerr

Lydia Frank

Air Time: 5:30 pm
Featuring: Lydia Frank

Mark Lobosco

Air Time: 6:00 pm
Featuring: Mark Lobosco

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Mark Lobosco

Vice President, Talent Solutions, LinkedIn

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As Vice President of Talent Solutions, Mark is responsible for leading the global pre-sales, sales and customer success team for LinkedIn’s Talent Solution business, which helps employers find, attract and hire the best people. Mark also leads a number of company-wide Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (DIBs) initiatives.

Previously, Mark was the VP of LinkedIn Learning Solutions, where he was part of the acquisition team of Lynda.com and then led the integration and overall strategy for the B2B business. And, prior to LinkedIn, Mark held a number of sales roles at SS&C Advent Software. Mark received a BA in psychology from The University of Boulder, Colorado.
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William Kerr

Professor, Co-Director of Harvard’s Managing the Future of Work initiative, Harvard Business School

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William R. Kerr is the Dimitri V. D’Arbeloff – MBA Class of 1955 Professor of Business Administration professor at Harvard Business School, where he is a co-director of Harvard’s Managing the Future of Work project and faculty chair of the Launching New Ventures program for executive education.

Kerr’s research focuses on how businesses and economies grow, typically through connections to innovation, entrepreneurship, and globalization. His publications have looked at global ventures, immigration, and talent clusters. He wrote The Gift of Global Talent, a book arguing global talent flows are fundamentally reshaping business and society, and that American policies toward high-skilled immigration like H-1B need substantial reform. Kerr has publicly made similar arguments before, such as a public statement in support of the International Entrepreneur Rule. Kerr’s work has been featured and referenced across a range of publications, including Bloomberg, the Harvard Business Review, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and the Atlantic. Additionally, Kerr has served as an advisor or consultant to a number of companies around the world.
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Lydia Frank

Vice President, Content Strategy, PayScale

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Lydia Frank is Vice President of Content Strategy for PayScale, the leader in modern compensation data and software. PayScale creates products that help employees and employers understand market pay and have more open and mutually beneficial conversations about compensation. While at PayScale, Lydia has collaborated with a number of media partners to showcase PayScale’s data around topics like the skills gap, underemployment and economic mobility through education. She has contributed articles to various publications, including Money, Fortune, Harvard Business Review and TechCrunch. She is also a regular speaker on the topics of salary negotiation, gender equity and compensation best practices. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Central Washington University and previously led editorial teams for both MSN and About.com, covering topics including careers, technology and personal finance.

Twitter – @payscale
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