Jason Averbook

Jason Averbook is a Senior Partner and Global Leader-Digital HR Strategy with Mercer. For the last six years, he was Co-founder and CEO of Leapgen, a digital transformation company helping organizations shape their future workplace by broadening executive mindset to rethink how to better design and deliver employee services that meet the expectations of the workforce and the needs of the business. Prior to founding Leapgen, Jason served as the CEO of The Marcus Buckingham Company (TMBC). In 2005, he co-founded Knowledge Infusion LLC and served as its CEO until 2012, when the company was sold to Appirio. He has also held senior leadership roles at PeopleSoft and Ceridian Corporation.

The great tech squander: 10 ways to NOT fumble your HR digital strategy

A well-planned HR digital strategy, coupled with smart tech selection, can yield significant results for organizations.

Gen Z is unhappy: 5 ways HR can create the EX young workers are craving

HR needs to design experiences that align with the unique expectations of the workforce's newest entrants.

‘Unlearning’ is the best way to emerge from this crisis

A crisis like the pandemic can provide the perfect opportunity to accelerate growth and change business for the better.

An open letter from Minneapolis: This is about more than the verdict

Why HR leaders must acknowledge the emotion around George Floyd's murder.

Averbook: How to design a digital-change experience that sticks

Making progress permanent requires 'humanizing work by meeting people where they are,' industry analyst writes.

Averbook: Why 2021 is the Year of ‘Re-‘

HR should use 2020 as a wake-up call.

Averbook: Here’s why every HR leader needs a digital mandate for 2021

We’ve only just started scratching the surface of HR transformation.

Averbook: These are the 4 pillars you need for a digital vision

The HR Tech keynoter explores the value of a beginner's mindset in order to preserve the digital transformations made in 2020.

Averbook: 10 ways HR can reimagine itself for 2021

People have, quite simply, changed forever. The humanization of work must follow.

Averbook: We’re waging war for our own talent

True workforce experience is about building connection, not settling for connecting alone.