Human at Work
Lale Kesebi is a sought-after strategist, innovator and transformation expert. As Founder & CEO of human-at.work, she helps CEOs and their teams transform their businesses into high-performance ventures by designing workplaces that are innovative and human-centred at their core.
Lale has led teams in over 40 countries and has worked directly with CEOs, Chairs and senior-level executives, building trust, leading transformation and executing impactfully on big ideas with teams influencing change in organisations. She began her career in Canada as a litigation lawyer and has lived in Asia for over 20 years working across both profit and not-for profit sectors. she held leadership roles culminating in nearly 15 years at Li & Fung, the world's largest supply chain management company, the last 8 years of which she was a member of the executive team leading organisational transformation, building out innovation and designing the social impact of the company through purpose. Her work and that of her team has been featured in Forbes and resulted in a co-authored case in MIT's Sloan Review.
Lale speaks regularly on leadership, innovation, and strategy that influences transformation. She's delivered the commencement address to the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill's Kenan Flagler Business School and her TED "Why it's time to bring yourself to work" has inspired leaders globally.
Lale is Trustee of The Women's Foundation in Hong Kong, Trustee of the Asian University for Women, an INED of HK-listed Pacific Legend Group which operates Indigo Living and an advisor to a number of global start-ups disrupting the status quo.