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HR Examiner Radio: Lisa Sterling, Executive VP, Chief People Officer, Ceridian

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Lisa Sterling is the Executive Vice President, Chief People Officer for Ceridian. Lisa’s focus is executing the global people strategy combined with leading the vision on the Dayforce Talent Management offering. Lisa originally joined Ceridian in June 2015 as Vice President of Dayforce Talent Management, responsible for global product strategy for Talent technologies; managing relationships with industry experts and alliance partners; leading product management and positioning go to market strategies, and executing on current and future product offerings.

Lisa has over 17 years of experience in people, process and software design and execution. Her broad range of expertise covers recruitment, onboarding, performance, development and retention technologies. In addition to her focus on people and technology, Lisa serves as a thought leader to the market and to Ceridian’s talent clientele.

Prior to joining Ceridian, Lisa ran the Talent Technology Solutions organization for Mercer. Previous to that, Lisa worked at Kenexa as a Partner and led the design and deployment efforts of the organization’s performance, succession and career development solution. She was also instrumental in driving the product strategy of Ultimate Software’s talent management offerings in her role as Head of People Engagement.

Lisa has a true passion for people and products and uses all available avenues to influence and promote new ways of bringing the two together in a way that drives business outcomes.

Lisa holds a degree in Business Administration and Management from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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