2017 Human Capital Forum: Employee Experience in the Digital Era
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As the digital era continues to transform modern consumer expectations, HR executives are grappling with modern employee expectations how to enhance the employee-employer relationship. Join Argyle Executive Forum to explore these topics further at our 2017 Human Capital Forum: Employee Experience in the Digital Era in San Francisco. Throughout a full day of thought leadership content and networking, we will focus on the most pressing issues that human capital executives are facing in 2017, with an agenda geared specifically towards CHROs, Chief People Officers, Chief Talent Officers, Chief Learning Officers and Chief Diversity Officers, as well as VPs and Directors of HR, talent, learning & development, change management, and HR analytics in a leadership role. Key topics that we will discuss include:
- Designing the employee experience to foster efficiency, engagement, and empowerment
- Exploring how digitalization will continue to impact corporate structure, employee vs. employer expectations, and organizational culture
- Mapping the employee and workplace journey
- Leveraging technology and data to manage the candidate and on-boarding process
- Social media and mobile recruitment strategies to identify top talent
- The role of employee engagement surveys and performance management within the modern organization
- Fostering employee communication and innovation in the workplace
Our keynote presentations, fireside chats, panel sessions, and networking breaks will enable candid discussions with your peers focused on these topics and more.
We look forward to bringing together another fantastic faculty in 2017, and to hosting you alongside our community of Fortune 500 HR leaders hailing from Northern California and beyond!
This event will feature insights from top executives, including:
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University Of California, Irvine View Bio »
Ramona Agrela, associate chancellor of the University of California, Irvine, works in close collaboration with the chancellor, provost, chief executive officer of the health system, and other senior officials, to implement the vision and goals of the organization and administer policy, programmatic, and personnel initiatives. She is the senior university official responsible for all Human Resources administration and operations for campus, health sciences and the medical center, developing HR strategy for the entire enterprise, working closely with the UC Office of the President, and representing the interests of staff at the cabinet level. She also oversees the Chief Executive Roundtable, the UC Irvine Alumni Association, and multiple staff advocacy and support groups, among other responsibilities.
Ramona is involved in her community both professionally and personally. She sits on the board of the Irvine Barclay Theatre, participates on the University of California committee for the Status of Women, the University of California Labor Strategy Group, and University of California, Irvine Extension Human Resources Advisory Board. She is also active with the Society for Human Resources Professionals, the College and University Personnel Association, WorldatWork, and the Professional in Human Resources Association.
Ramona holds a bachelor of arts in economics and a master of public administration degree, both from California State University, Fullerton. She is a SHRM certified senior professional, a WorldatWork certified compensation professional, and a Human Capital Institute Strategic HR Business Partner.
Questback View Bio »
Carol Lee Andersen, President of Questback, is an exceptional executive woman in technology, voted as one of the Top 150 Most Powerful Women in New Zealand. Carol Lee joined Questback on the foundation of an esteemed career including 23 years of leadership at IBM, SAP, SAS, and Oracle. A global executive, Carol Lee lead Tier 1 information technology teams in New Zealand, Australia, Asia-Pacific, and North America. She has assisted numerous Forbes 1000 enterprises solve their toughest challenges in innovation, business intelligence, human capital management, and advanced analytics.
Carol Lee's leadership and business acumen are evident whether advising the Minister of Technology, founding the non-profit Women in Technology, or serving on the executive boards of innovative startup companies and educational institutions. Her leadership is distinguished by a captivating ability to relate to people on all levels - from the boardroom to the frontline. Involved with various events such as Bersin by Deloitte’s IMPACT conference and SHRM’s HR People + Strategy conference, Carol Lee is a human capital visionary in belief and action: People matter. Get their insight.
PayPal View Bio »
Aimie Aronica is the Global Head of Employee Engagement at PayPal. She is responsible for enabling culture and employee engagement at PayPal. Aimie has created innovative employee engagement programs such as the Technology Leadership Program, the International Small Business Challenge, Recharge, and revamped our new hire onboarding along with many other programs. Aimie is well known for creating a coalition of the willing and connecting passion to impact. She solves complex business needs with a creative and innovative approach. Aimie has just moved to the People Team (HR) after 20+ years working in technology at companies like HP, Sun Microsystems and PayPal. Aimie graduated from San Jose State University with a degree in Pre-Law. Aimie lives in Austin, Texas and when she is not engaging employees you will find her on the lake with her boys and dog.
Reflektive View Bio »
Rajeev Behera is the Founding CEO of Reflektive, The Talent Development Platform. Reflektive offers the modern business a new approach to performance management with real-time feedback, performance check-ins, goal management and lightweight reviews. The company serves more than 170 customers across all industries including Comcast, Protective Life, Ubisoft, Pinterest, Quantcast, DigitalOcean, Lyft, Glassdoor, among others. Behera is a sought-after speaker on modern performance management, employee engagement and motivation. Backed by Lightspeed Venture Partners and Andreessen Horowitz, Reflektive is based in San Francisco, California, with customers around the world. Prior to Reflektive, Behera honed his management skills leading a 100-person mobile application development studio at Disney Interactive, where he created two of Disney's top 10 grossing mobile applications. He has previously held numerous management roles at startups and large enterprises. Behera earned his B.A. in Economics from U.C. Berkeley. For more information on Reflektive, please visit www.reflektive.com.
Virgin Pulse View Bio »
Chris Boyce is an accomplished technology entrepreneur who brings more than 20 years of consumer loyalty, enterprise, and consumer software experience to Virgin Pulse. He joined the company in 2006 as EVP, Product, Marketing, and Business Development. Soon after, Chris became Virgin Pulse’s CEO and joined the company’s board of directors. Leveraging Virgin’s philosophy that business should be a force for good, Chris’ leadership has been instrumental in guiding Virgin Pulse’s development of market-leading, technology-based products and services that help employers improve workforce health, boost employee engagement, and enhance corporate culture.
Chris has a deep background in corporate and consumer loyalty programs – he was the co-founder and former VP of Business Development at Upromise, a 13 million-member online loyalty coalition and college savings account business. There, he built a business development team that now boasts the largest and most comprehensive partner coalition of any loyalty program in the U.S. Before founding Upromise, Chris founded and served as director of the health care business unit at Trilogy Development Group in Austin, Texas.
Chris has an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Fairsail View Bio »
Paul Burrin, senior executive for Fairsail, is a progressive business development expert focused on the forces changing the nature of work, the workplace and the rise of the modern workforce. Burrin is an active panelist, commentator and contributor on how these changes are having a profound impact on both professional and personal lives, requiring a fundamental, potentially disruptive shift in management, leadership styles and technologies to keep people and teams engaged by delivering consistently great workforce experiences.
Hewlett Packard View Bio »
Luciana leads Employee Connection and Contribution at HP Inc., overseeing employee communications, engagement, culture, and sustainability.
With 20+ years of experience, Luciana specializes in helping corporate leaders achieve business results by engaging employees with the company, their colleagues, and their work. She has led both internal and external communications teams, building deep expertise in executive communications, employee engagement, corporate culture, organizational development, and leadership development.
Prior to joining HP in 2015, Luciana spent four years at Apple, where she first helped create and launch Apple University and then moved to HR, where she led internal communications. Before that, she spent four years at PwC, where she developed executive communications for the firm's senior partner and directed the firm's leadership development efforts. Luciana began her career at Sapient, where she started the company's internal communications function and award-winning news portal. She also consulted for MIT, Manulife, and Merck, among other clients.
Luciana has received the prestigious International Association of Business Communicators’ Gold Quill Award. She has a BA in English and Anthropology from Amherst College and an MBA from Boston University. She is married, loves to travel, and is happy to call the Napa Valley her home.
Savers View Bio »
Mindy Geisser joined Savers, Inc. as Chief Human Resources Officer in October 2015. Savers is a privately held global thrift retailer headquartered in Bellevue, Washington. Through its unique business model of purchasing, reselling and recycling secondhand merchandise, the Savers family of thrift stores benefits more than 150 nonprofit organizations, gives local consumers a smart way to shop and saves more than 650 million pounds of quality used goods from landfills each year. Savers pays its nonprofit partners for donated goods, turning otherwise unused items into sustainable funding that supports their vital community programs and services. Savers operates over 330 locations and has 20,000 employees in the United States, Canada and Australia.
Mindy was formerly at Colliers International, where she worked as the CHRO since 2010. Prior to joining Colliers, Mindy held the role of vice president of HR for Two Degrees, LLC, where she was responsible for designing and building sustainable human resources strategies and creating a best places to work for employees, developing policies, programs, tools and infrastructure. Additionally, Mindy has worked for major national and international companies throughout her career, such as Amazon.com, Philips Medical Systems, Ingersoll-Rand, and Pillsbury. Mindy has worked in Human Resources for more than two decades and has a proven track record in all aspects of HR Management. Mindy was named one of the finalists for the 2014 Chief Human Resources Officer of the Year by CHRO Magazine.
Cisco Systems View Bio »
Alex Goryachev is an entrepreneurial go-getter. He takes risks, thinks ahead, and loves making way for new innovations. Over the past 20 years, he’s made it his business to turn disruptive concepts into emerging business models.
For him, it’s all about a passion to create a strategy and then drive it home to “get things done.” And as Cisco’s senior director of Innovation Strategy and Programs, he has plenty of opportunities to put this passion to the test.
He sparks internal innovation by providing employees at all levels the chance to share their big ideas, many of which make their way into the company’s innovation engine. Alex also carries the torch for co-innovation across Cisco’s ecosystem.
He’s especially excited about Cisco's Innovation Centers, which can be found in major cities around the world. Led by Alex, these hubs bring together customers, partners, startups, accelerators, governments, research communities, and universities in a lab setting. Their goal is to discover, develop, and implement game-changing, outcome-based solutions.
He also heads up the Cisco Innovation Grand Challenges. These polished events help creative thinkers bring their technology ideas to life. And then there’s the Cisco Technology Radar, the company’s engine for identifying emerging technology transitions.
Alex began his Cisco journey in 2004 with a singular focus: Innovation. He defined and operationalized several high-profile Cisco initiatives, including the company’s Country Transformation plan for Cisco in emerging markets. He also held senior roles in Development, Marketing, Finance, and Channels, providing him a 360 view of how a great company ticks.
Prior to Cisco, Alex was a successful consultant with extended assignments at Napster, Liquid Audio, IBM Global Services, and Pfizer Pharmaceuticals.
HighGround View Bio »
Andee Harris brings more than 20 years of experience to her role as the Chief Engagement Officer at HighGround. She joined the team in April 2016 and is responsible for thought leadership, market share growth, new business development, multi-channel marketing strategies and revenue management. Most recently, served as the vice president of sales and marketing for The Marcus Buckingham Company. Before that she led sales and marketing for Syndio, a people analytics software company. She provided strategic direction and day-to-day operations for the sales and marketing team. Andee was also the driving force behind Syndio’s rebranding and positioning from communications and academic research to a people analytics company.
Whole Foods Market View Bio »
Eric Hunn is the Executive Director of Team Members Services for Whole Foods Market, California Inc. where he oversees the human resources, learning & development, recruiting, and legal functions for 9,000-employees. He is also charged with transforming the way Whole Foods Market does performance management across the entire company in its nearly 500 stores. He joined Whole Foods in June 2016 where he quickly led an initiative to improve the frontline employee experience for all 90,000 employees by creating a number of new employee commitments, including allowing any store employee to get two days off in a row and ending so-called ‘open availability’ schedules to better balance employees’ personal lives with work.
Prior to joining Whole Foods, he was the Director of Human Resources for Ghirardelli Chocolate. Eric began his career as a Presidential Management Fellow working in the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB). His first foray into human resources began at OMB where he was the liaison between the White House and the newly formed Department of Homeland Security. In that capacity, he worked on incorporating some of the flexibilities and pay for performance aspects of the private sector into the newest government agency. From there he moved into management consulting for federal agencies working on designing human capital and performance management initiatives. Eric is passionate about flexible workplaces and tries to bring high-freedom workplace practices more often associated with the tech sector to retail organizations. He believes in finding creative ways to make work feel less like work so employees can show up as themselves and not feel the need to put on their work persona.
Eric lives in Lafayette, California, with his wife and eight-year-old son. He is the leader for his son’s Cub Scout Den, and is also a Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Commissioner for Contra Costa County.
Levi Strauss & Co. View Bio »
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The Gap View Bio »
During her 20 years in Human Resources, Sudarshana’s career has taken her career across the globe from Honeywell in the US to Honeywell in Shanghai to Avery Dennison in Hong Kong. In April, 2014, Sudarshana joined Gap as Vice President of Human Resources and Communications, where she is responsible for the end to end human resources strategy and execution of the $11B Global Supply Chain organization, comprised of 7000 employees across 15 countries. Sudarshana earned her MA in Economics from the University of Madras and then went on to earn an MS in Human Resources and Labor Relations from Michigan State University. In her spare time Sudarshana enjoys reading and yoga.
Instacart View Bio »
David’s human resources career began accidentally, when his path to becoming a hotel general manager was interrupted by a rotation into HR.
His passion for service, belief in the power of passionate people, and strong desire to grow himself and the business led him to Starbucks, where he supported field-based teams and emerging businesses (including culinary and retail innovation). He grew the capability of leaders to navigate ambiguity and deliver service to customers, both internal and external.
David has recently extended his customer service and retail experience to the tech start-up world. He now leads the HR Business Partner team, learning and development, and the talent function at Instacart as it builds the best way for people anywhere to shop for groceries.
David and his wife, Maya (also an HR professional), live in the Bay Area with their two young sons. A whirlwind of Little League, Cub Scouting, Pokemon and Legos keep them all on the move.
Marathon Oil Corporation View Bio »
Connector, Achiever, Practitioner and above all else, believer in making needed and real transformational change happen in everyday life.
Sarah, Director of Talent Management at Marathon Oil, is never one to shy away from a challenge, so is currently leaning into delivering strategic needs at a time of significant industry turbulence. Seizing the opportunities the current market provides, so the business can thrive in it, means she is currently the driving force for transformation on sourcing the right talent, driving and rewarding performance, identifying potential and managing succession, creating a diverse and inclusive work environment and developing leaders who inspire committed teams.
Prior to Marathon Oil, Sarah was at Schlumberger for 18 years driving innovation through various HR and talent management roles and did we mention she started as a Geologist? That’s a great story so don’t be afraid to ask.
Sarah’s advice to her twenty-two year old self is don’t worry so much about being right all the time, instead challenge, have courage and look to create bold and juicy solutions that the business needs…that’s where all the learning, value and fun always is.
CBS Interactive View Bio »
Trisha Stiles is the Senior Vice President of Human Resources for CBS Interactive, a top 10 global Internet property and the #1 publisher of premium content online. CBS interactive is based in San Francisco, California and its properties include CBS.com, CNET, CBSSports.com, TVGuide Digital, CBSNews.com, and others.
In her role, Trisha oversees HR Business Partners, Talent Acquisitions and People Operations across CBS Interactive globally, with her team strategically supporting business goals as well as working to create a diverse and engaging culture. Trisha joined CBS Interactive in 2011 as a Director and then VP for CBS’s Entertainment, News, and Sports brands and, soon after, was also managing HR Operations for all of CBS Interactive. She oversaw company-wide strategic projects such as Work Force Planning, Performance Management and Compliance, and was promoted to Senior Vice President for all of CBS Interactive in 2014.
Prior to joining CBS Interactive, Trisha served the Director of HR for Cable and Distribution where she oversaw the Syndication, Digital Distribution, Cable Studio and Cable Development teams across the USA, Syfy, Bravo and Oxygen properties, Director of HR for the NBC San Diego TV Station, and the Leader of Six Sigma for all of HR at NBC. In that role she earned her Six Sigma Black Belt while working on strategic HR initiatives and major projects such as the NBC and Telemundo integration and the NBC Universal merger. Trisha joined NBC Universal in the competitive GE Human Resource Leadership Program (HRLP) where she spent time in rotations at NBC and on the GE Internal Audit Staff.
Trisha has experience working with Employee Resource Groups and Diversity initiatives which include: the GE Woman’s Network, GE Mentors, CBSi Cares, Students Rising Above and Open a Door Foundation. As a leader in these organizations, she has helped promote diversity and giving as strategic and essential business initiatives.
Trisha holds a BA in Psychology from UC Santa Barbara and an MA in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University. She is currently pursuing an MA in International Affairs with a focus on Finance and Business at Columbia.
Indeed View Bio »
As Senior Director of Field Marketing, Kevin Walker leads a global organization that works directly with employers to deliver actionable insights through recruitment data analysis, best practice sharing and industry trend exploration.
Prior to joining Indeed, Kevin spend time int he hospitality and technology industries. He holds a Bachelors Degree from the University of Washington and a Masters of Business Administration from the Booth School of Business at The University of Chicago.
7:45am – 8:45am Arrival and Breakfast
8:45am – 8:50am Argyle Executive Forum Opening Remarks
8:50am – 9:25am Keynote Presentation featuring Cisco Systems: “The Experience of Disruptive Innovation to Engage, Empower and Excite Talent”
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Today’s market transition to a digital economy is igniting unprecedented opportunities for profitability—and competition. It’s predicted that digitization is a multi-trillion dollar market, but also that this revolutions means 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies won’t exist or be relevant in 10 years.
This mass digitization of business and society is fomenting a new era of challenges, disrupting organizations throughout every industry. All companies face an extraordinary urgency now to be exponentially faster, more agile, and innovative with solutions—market-transitional solutions that change the game. This means nothing short of quickly cultivating an environment where employees at all levels and in every function are inspired and incentivized to think and act more like passionate entrepreneurs in a startup.
Alex Goryachev, Cisco’s Senior Director of Strategic Innovation, addresses disruptive programs, lessons learned and the latest advances in transforming employees into entrepreneurs. He will also focus his insights on igniting a culture of innovation companywide, as well as how this helps companies to win “the war for best talent.” In this session, you will learn:
- How to launch a grassroots innovation disruption across the entire company with the support of the C-Suite and “co-conspirators,” which captures the imagination of the entire workforce, and unleashes their most passionate ideas
- The importance of empowering every employee to co-develop ideas with cross-functional teams, external customers, and mentors both inside and outside the company
- Key lean startup methodologies that can be adapted to big companies that require a combination of creativity, discipline, teamwork, and alignment to corporate goals.
Senior Director of Innovation Strategy and Programs
9:30am – 9:50am Thought Leadership Spotlight featuring Indeed: "Transformational Talent: Portrait of the High Performance Workforce"
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Senior Director of Field Marketing
9:50am – 10:15am Networking Break
10:15am – 11:00am Panel Discussion: “Employee Empowerment: A Modern Approach to Performance & Engagement”
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- How do you define employee engagement?
- What challenges are HR executives seeing with regards to employee engagement in the workplace?
- How has the social/mobile era impacted corporate structure, employee vs. employer expectations, and the overall employee experience?
- What is the role of Performance Management relative to employee engagement?
- What Performance & Engagement strategies are in place today, what’s working? What’s not?
- How are you leveraging technology to create a stronger organizational culture and improve performance?
- Has HR shifted their focus on empowering employees to take charge of their performance and development in your organization?
- Looking ahead, how can HR develop and keep a highly engaged workforce that drives consistent productivity?
- How is your HR team leveraging analytics today, what measurements are important to your organization?
Executive Director of Human Resources
Whole Foods Market
Vice President, Global Head of Employee Communications, Engagement, and Culture
Chief Engagement Officer
Vice President, Human Resources and Communications
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
11:05am – 11:25am Thought Leadership Spotlight featuring Questback: “Secure the Survival of HR: Transforming People Processes into Strategic Human Capital Management”
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The Digital Era and the Internet of Things proliferated the collection and analysis of hard data to enable better business decisions and improve operational efficiency as a result. While hard data is successful in measuring the statistical probability of a situation occurring, it proves insufficient when it comes to fully understanding the situation within context. How can enterprises leverage feedback collected directly from employees to align the employee experience to strategic goals and objectives? To this, big data misses the why.
From SHRM to Bersin by Deloitte, the resounding theme is ‘different by design’ – a transformation of people processes. Deloitte notes HR is now “…the steward and designer of these new people processes.” Forbes predicted that 2017 will see vanishing of silos between HR, marketing and customer experience “…in order to develop experiences.” Historical silos fall as enterprises merge disciplines to form a new complete, strategic view of enterprise interactions with all people – employees, customers, markets. Will you be ready?
Questback President, Carol Lee Andersen, will discuss five emerging trends in the use of technology to align the employee experience to strategic goals and objectives, including:
- Increasing frequency and form of measurement
- Reducing time to insight through real-time reporting
- Enabling immediate action on insights for management
- Providing people with a voice at their own request
- Integrating engagement data with customer and financial data
Carol Lee Andersen
President, North America
11:25am – 11:50am Networking Break
11:50am – 12:35pm Panel Discussion: “The Evolution of HR in the Digital Era”
read more »Session topics include, but are not limited to:
- How has your role and your entire HR team been impacted by the rise of digital era?
- How has your organization leveraged technology to transform and drive organizational growth?
- Has technology improved your employees' user experience? Can you share specific examples?
- What steps are you taking to ensure that your organization can adapt to digital trends?
- What are some of the challenges you anticipate?
- How are you building a digital-first HR strategy in your organization?
- How has the rise of millennials within the workforce impacted your organization, and what steps have you taken as an HR team to adapt?
- Looking ahead, how will technology create a stronger workforce culture and improve the digital employee experience?
Head of Global Human Resources Solutions
Levi Strauss & Co.
Associate Chancellor and Chief Human Resources Executive
University Of California, Irvine
Chief Human Resources Officer
Director, People Experience
12:40pm – 1:00pm Thought Leadership Spotlight featuring Virgin Pulse: “Thriving Employee Experiences Deliver Wellbeing, Engagement, and Business Results”
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Many companies agree that employee engagement is a key driver of critical business outcomes like productivity, culture, and retention. But with global engagement rates remaining stagnant, we’re forced to ask: What’s the secret to moving the needle? The answer is an employee experience centered on wellbeing, one that empower individuals to build healthy habits that help them perform at their best, both in and out of this office. In this session, Chris Boyce, CEO of Virgin Pulse, will discuss the science of behavior change, key drivers of healthy habits, and the ways that a corporate strategy that prioritizes wellbeing will drive critical business results.
1:00pm – 2:00pm Lunch
2:00pm – 2:20pm Thought Leadership Spotlight featuring Fairsail: "Why Delivering Great Workforce Experiences is Key to Improving Employee Engagement"
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Recent employee engagement surveys suggest that only 1 in 3 people are fully engaged at work. This presentation will suggest that the key to improving productivity is to recognize that engagement is the outcome of a series of factors, including workforce experiences. Examples of how technology can help in transforming workforce experiences will be shared and some wider implications explored.
Chief Marketing Officer
2:25pm – 3:00pm Keynote Presentation featuring Marathon Oil Corporation: "Building an Innovative Culture – It's More About Engaging the People Than Finding the Technology!"
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A practical case study exploring how we have reached our cultural tipping point by changing the way we view performance, redefining the way we see leadership, and sparking the engagement of our team to ultimately create a culture of innovation. Come and hear how industries have more in common than you might think – especially when it comes to talent!
Director of Talent Management
Marathon Oil Corporation
3:00pm – 3:15pm Networking Break
3:15pm – 3:50pm Keynote Presentation featuring PayPal: “How PayPal is Re-Imaging the Employee Experience”
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How do you create the pull rather the push? How do you create magical moments for your employees that feel authentic and are enduring. How do you think about HR initiatives as people products? All of these questions will be answered when we reimagine the employee experience.
Global Head of Employee Engagement
3:50pm – 3:55pm Argyle Executive Forum Closing Remarks
3:55pm – 4:55pm Closing Reception
Explore the most critical challenge areas and hot topics for HR leaders such as:
Examine how your organization is using technology to better align HR with the business to drive results, and how these adjustments are impacting the bottom line. Our speakers will discuss:
- Using workforce and predictive analytics to make decisions
- Leveraging mobile and social tools to manage recruiting efforts
- Modernizing the function through adoption of new skillsets
- Sharing the impact of human resources with the executive team
Empowering the workforce
Review the obstacles of building a unique organizational culture through employee engagement, and the importance of finding solutions to develop workforce efficiency. Get briefed on:
- Pinpointing employee needs and wants through effective communication
- Measuring the success of training initiatives and learning opportunities
- Providing engaging learning and development options for staff
- Deploying tools to nurture leaders and grow engagement from within
Recruiting top talent
Reflect on major issues that are intrinsic to identifying top talent and maintaining a high level of engagement, and discuss how the candidate profiles differ across generations. Gain insight into:
- Approaching and engaging the digitally savvy candidate
- Using innovative tools to attract and empower
- Prospecting smart with a strategic, targeted workforce plan
- Maintaining selectivity while humanizing the application process
The role of HR
The HR discipline continues to evolve in scope and practice. Discuss the ways human capital executives are change agents, reviewing the challenges of creating a results driven vision and culture. Hear about:
- Aligning the organization with a new 'people' strategy
- Creating a high performance culture that supports business goals
- Leveraging mechanisms and tools to motivate and engage employees
- Making a difference through a larger role on the executive team
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