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Stela Lupushor

Chief-ReframerReframe.Work Inc.

Summit, NJ

Member Since October 2023

Skills

HR Strategy
Social Analytics
HR process consulting

About

I am on a mission to humanize the workplace. I do in several ways: Innovation: I work with startups and venture funds to influence the products and investment strategies towards solutions that improve the workplace and workforce experience. Execution: I consult Reframe.Work Inc. clients - organizational leadership - on how to create great workplace experiences through the use of technology, human-centered design, people analytics, and future-thinking. Education: I am an adjunct at NYU School of Professional Studies teaching Digital Workplace Design and Design Thinking (part of Human Capital Analytics and Technology Master's program) Network: I am the co-founder of the Strategic HR Analytics Meet-up that over the past five years has been bringing together almost 2,600 members in the NYC area (and beyond) to shape their thinking about people analytics. Thought leadership: I am the co-author of "Humanizing Human Capital: Invest in Your People for Optimal Business Returns” and "Humans At Work: The Art and Practice of Creating the Hybrid Workplace" Previously I transformed the workplace practices at the intersection of technology, analytics, and HR at Fidelity Investments, TIAA, IBM, Price Waterhouse, and PwC Consulting and their clients. I hold a diploma in Mathematics and Computer Science, speak English, Romanian and Russian, have a patent-pending for a social sentiment analysis tool, and am a sought-after speaker on the topics of People Analytics and the Future of Work. Tags: future of work, workplace inclusion, design thinking, employee experience, workplace experience, women 45+, future of work, demographics, digital transformation, gig economy, workforce strategy, people analytics, consulting, startup advisory, technology, innovation, author, speaker

Published content

How can employees advocate for themselves at work?

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Business leaders teach professionals 18 smart, practical ways to speak up and get ahead. Whether they're just starting out in their industry of choice or have been at it for several years, it's natural for career-minded, ambitious individuals to keep an eye on opportunities that could give them an edge in their professional lives.  But, in order to keep their skin in the game and gain the respect of their leaders and coworkers, it's essential for employees to first build trust in their capabilities if they want like-minded colleagues to buy into the contributions they are trying to make. To help you speak up about your concerns or ideas, 18 Fast Company Executive Board members share their best practices with other workers who wish to present their ideas and become a better advocate for themselves at their current place of business.

16 tips to make a greater impact on your local business community

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Here's how to build better relationships with your community workforce, local government, and area businesses. There is much to consider when company leaders begin negotiating and collaborating with local governments to possibly open headquarters in a new or unfamiliar area. It's not only about understanding the potential target audience, but it's also about protecting, respecting, and maintaining the workforce and consumer pipeline that already occupies the community. All brands must be aware of the direct impact and responsibility that comes with settling into the cities they plan to conduct business in worldwide. Here, 16 experts from Fast Company Executive Board offer tips to help business leaders execute their grand opening plans without a hitch—and with the local community's connection and buy-in.

Creating a better workplace: 20 ways to leverage innovative technology

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Access to the right technology can transform the employee experience and ensure maximum productivity and innovation from your team. An exceptional workplace experience should be at the top of many companies' lists when it comes to attracting and retaining top talent. Company leaders are increasingly turning to cutting-edge technology to transform their workplaces for this reason. Here, Fast Company Executive Board members explore how forward-thinking leaders can harness the power of workplace technology to design a workplace experience that's both engaging and efficient. Read on to discover the key strategies and emerging trends that are turning workplaces into dynamic hubs of productivity and collaboration.

19 tips to communicate more effectively with your remote workers 

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Here's how to elevate company culture in a digital office environment. If you are new to leading a remote or hybrid company, you may find yourself struggling to bridge the gap between management and staff members who work from home to create trust and transparency. By the same token, if you're new to working for a remote employer, you may be feeling isolated if you're unable to connect with your new co-workers and management the way you initially envisioned when you were onboarded for your "dream job opportunity."  To help leaders and their remote teams communicate more effectively and improve their working relationships in no time, 19 Fast Company Executive Board members each share one new idea for building a better company culture in 2024.

Company details

Reframe.Work Inc.

Company bio

Reframe.Work Inc. is a consulting firm bringing the human into the Internet of Things to create the Internet of Work™️. Making ideas, people and organizations work better. Helping clients innovate and develop a workforce strategy that creates a resilient, inclusive and accessible workplace through the use of technology, human-centered design, and future-thinking. WOSB certified.

Industry

Technology

Area of focus

Futureofwork
Workforcestrategy
HRstrategy