Episode 3: Camye Mackey on Navigating the Modern Workplace
UOPX alumna and the Atlanta Hawks’ Chief HR Executive Camye Mackey chats with Dan about cultivating company culture and finding the right career fit.
Show Notes :
Today on How Tomorrow Works, Dan talks to Camye, a UOPX Masters alum who works for the Atlanta Hawks as their top HR Executive.
She breaks down what she’s seeing in workplace trends, HR’s role in a modern organization and what it’s like to have a really really cool job.
Camye gives priceless advice to job-seekers: what works, what doesn’t, and what they should look for in prospective workplaces, not just the other way around.
Then we get to know Camye better in How Camye Works, our lightning round.
This episode of the show will really speak to those looking for a new gig or trying to improve the culture of their current one. We were lucky to snag an awesome role model like Camye as a guest.
Come back next Wednesday for the next How Tomorrow Works, featuring UOPX alum and healthcare advocate Tomás León.
“I am seeing a shift that our employees want to be a part of the solution. So they are voicing their thoughts. They’re voicing their opinions. They’re voicing their ideas. And it’s up to us as leaders to listen, to lean in.”
– Camye on positive workplace trends
Camye Mackey is the Executive Vice President and Chief People, Diversity and Inclusion Officer for the Atlanta Hawks and State Farm Arena. She’s the Hawks’ top HR executive, cultivating the organization’s philosophy of down home Southern hospitality and culture driven by the people in it.
Before she was an exec, she earned her Masters of Arts in Organizational Management in 2000 at UOPX.
Camye lives with her family in Milton, Georgia.
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