Focus London: Our Client's Success Fuels Degreed's Success
At one of our only full-day Focus events, learning and development experts gathered together in London to help demystify learning and skills.
Degreed is a global changemaker in learning, which means we aren’t like other learning technologies. Our focus is the users of our platform because our goal is to create a world full of lifelong learners. Discover how we partner with our clients to create positive outcomes for everyone.
Daniel is a proven Customer Experience Executive, who joins Degreed from Linkedin where he led multiple global teams over 8 years and was integral in growing, developing, and refining CX strategies, processes, and teams. Daniel drove strategies that increased adoption, utilization, and retention while focusing on delivering client value as a first priority. Daniel is also a sponsor of multiple Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging initiatives aimed at ensuring leadership creates an environment that truly champions equity, and where everyone can show up every day and feel supported, be themselves, and achieve amazing results.
Prior to a career in SAAS Customer Experience, Daniel worked for over 15 years in multiple roles within world-class HR functions, including leadership roles in Learning and Development, Talent Acquisition, and Global Talent Management. Daniel is passionate about people, customers, leadership and is an active member of several Customer Success Networks and Mentoring Programs where he focuses on supporting and coaching leaders to achieve their full potential.
Stephanie leads our Change Management, Engagement and Adoption practice in Professional Services. With a background in leading individual and portfolio change across management consulting and industry roles, Stephanie has also led the Degreed implementation for many of our global, strategic accounts (>600K end users).
"Degreed has uniquely built its own technology category from the ground up and it is a hot one. They have also provided a blueprint for what best-in-class looks like as a product and a company."