Jenna N. Filipkowski, Ph.D. is the Vice President of Research at the Human Capital Institute (HCI) and she lives to make work better for everyone. With her research, Jenna is responsible for providing rigorous, insightful analysis, and actionable reporting that helps business and human resources decision-makers drive results.
Previously, she spent several years as a talent assessment consultant and research scientist Chally Group, a GrowthPlay company. She received her M.S. and Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Wright State University and her B.S. degree from Ursinus College.
Because of her passions for improving people’s experience in the workplace and helping others find meaning and purpose from work, Jenna is training to become a certified professional and executive coach in an International Coach Federation (ICF) Accredited Coach Training Program at the Naveen Jindal School of Management at the University of Texas, Dallas.
Over the past four years at HCI, she has authored over 30 research papers on a variety of talent management topics such as coaching, leadership development, talent acquisition, and employee engagement. She has presented her work at numerous professional conferences, magazines, and academic publications. Jenna is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Jenna lives in Cincinnati, Ohio with her husband, son, and two dogs.
Content Featuring Jenna N. Filipkowski, Ph.D.
Explore the current and desired knowledge, skills, and abilities within the People Function, how human capital professionals are developing themselves for future roles, and what organizational barriers hinder the People Function from doing its best work.
Discover how to improve the performance of working groups by being intentional about team member composition, strengthening team leader skills and abilities, and offering development around interpersonal and task effectiveness.
Mindful organizations promote awareness and responsiveness to employee stressors as part of their approach to talent management. By staying mindful of employee work-life experiences, these organizations are better able to craft cost-sensitive, ...Read more
To better understand the outcomes of Design Thinking approaches when applied to the challenges of talent acquisition, we conducted a survey of over 300 HR and recruiting professionals. Join us as we reveal the results of this new research study and take your questions about Design Thinking. All registrants will receive a copy of the research report.
Candidate-engaged recruitment starts with a comprehensive process. Using design thinking, pioneered by firms like IDEO, Apple, and AirBnb, you can successfully build an end-to-end recruiting process around the candidate. This keynote presentation ...Read more
Examine how employers are designing, implementing, and measuring the success of their employee referral programs and uncover some of the right incentives that can motivate and encourage your best to refer the brightest.
Discover the areas of impact that L&D leaders must consider for their profession, top areas for improvement and upskilling within L&D, and implications for the operating model of the L&D function.
Explore the motivations of organizations focused on D&I as a means of compliance versus those organizations that invest in D&I to drive learning and leverage of diverse perspectives, and discover the most notable challenges facing effective implementation of D&I efforts.
Discover areas where first-time managers are struggling the most, how first-time people leaders are identified and developed, and the six strategies to formalize the development of your first-time managers.
Does a coaching culture make a difference? In this original HCI Keynote video, Jenna N. Filipkowski, of HCI and Priscilla Gill of the Mayo Clinic share the results of HCI’s extensive original research with the International Coach ...Read more