Salesforce believes that "the business of business is improving the state of the world," and a well-defined culture is the keystone of an engaged workforce who can deliver on that commitment. Over the past 18 years, and growing to 28,000 employees globally, Salesforce has focused on six key steps that they use to build and maintain our "Ohana" culture. Join us for an informative and thought-provoking session that will leave you with action-oriented takeaways about this important element of organizational growth and employee engagement.
David Kingsley, Senior Vice President, Employee Success Global Strategy & Operations
A talent management and organizational effectiveness executive with experience leading global teams to deliver measurable outcomes against core business objectives in high-growth industries and markets, David currently serves as Salesforce's Senior Vice President, Global Human Resources Strategy and Operations (S&O). Comprising a global team of 95 professionals in 12 offices across AMER, EMEA, APAC, and Japan in the disciplines of HR Strategy, Analytics, Program Management, Shared Services, Compliance, Technology and Employee Relations, the S&O team serves the 28,000 employees of Salesforce across 26 countries. In previous roles at Salesforce, David served as the HR Business Partner for the Technology and Products (T&P), Commercial Business Unit (CBU) and Customer Success Group (CSG) organizations.
With a B.A. in International Relations from Catholic University and an M.A. in Organizational Science from George Washington University, David and his family relocated to San Francisco from Washington, D.C., where he joined Salesforce after leadership roles in management consulting with Accenture and Booz Allen. At Salesforce, David is focused on the design, development and delivery of an engaged employee experience with the perspective that company culture is a thread which runs from the candidate and new hire experience, to the employee experience, through to the customer experience.