2018 HR Virtual Event: Empowerment in a Disrupted World - 2017 Talent Trends Findings and 2018 Predictions
Why You Should Attend!
As the competition for talent continues to rise and business models are disrupted by technology and socio-demographic shifts, organizations are still taking an evolutionary approach to their talent strategies in the face of revolutionary changes. According to Mercer’s 2017 Global Talent Trends Study, the majority (93%) of organizations worldwide report they are planning to redesign their structure in the next two years, yet only 4% of business executives say their organization is “change agile.”
Join us as Mercer presents their the top trends impacting today’s workforce and how organizations are responding including: Growth by design: The C-suite’s change agenda to drive growth, The quest for insight: analytics will be a key player in winning the war for talent, A shift in what we value: Recognizing what matters most to employees, and A workplace for me: Continued focus on personalization and flexibility.
Then, hear the interactive panel discussion with Mercer, Workday and your fellow peers as they discuss:
- What trends to watch
- The best advice for staying ahead
- The impact of talent trends on HR
- 2018 Predictions
Mercer’s study is based on the input of more than 1,700 HR professionals, 5,400 employees, and 400 business executives from 37 countries and 20 industry sectors.
The "2018 HR Virtual Event: Empowerment in a Disrupted World - 2017 Talent Trends Findings and 2018 Predictions" is proudly sponsored by:
Workday is a leading provider of enterprise cloud applications for finance and human resources. Founded in 2005, Workday delivers financial management, human capital management, and analytics applications designed for the world's largest companies, educational institutions, and government agencies. Hundreds of organizations, ranging from medium-sized businesses to Fortune 50 enterprises, have selected Workday.
This event will feature insights from top executives, including:
McGraw Hill Education View Bio »
Diane Adams is an innovative “Culture and Talent” leader who’s taken the traditional Human Resources mantle and turned it around to create a new paradigm for building great workplace cultures, accelerating corporate change, and driving corporate results – all while inspiring and enabling people to live extraordinary lives, both personally and professionally.
An accomplished business leader and author, Diane’s approach is to build high-performing, values-based cultures. Her recent book, More than Casual Fridays and Free Coffee: Building a Business Culture that Works for Everyone, takes the reader through the journey of building great cultures.
Diane is currently serving as Chief Culture and Talent Officer for McGraw-Hill Education – where the science of learning meets the art of teaching. She previously served as Chief People Officer at data analytics powerhouse Qlik Technologies. Other global leadership roles include serving as Executive Vice President, Culture and Talent at Allscripts, a leader in healthcare information technology solutions; and leading human resources for a 35,000 person organization at Cisco Systems, where she oversaw one of the fastest and most successful corporate expansions in history.
Diane serves on numerous boards, including the International Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Board, where she is a recipient of the “Living and Giving” award, and the North Carolina Communities in School Board. She is a past recipient of the “Women in Leadership” award for making an impact in business and the community within the North Carolina Research Triangle Park.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and recently served on the UNC Board of Visitors.
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Mercer View Bio »
- HR Technology, specifically the Workday solution
- HR Functional Strategy and Governance
- HR Service Delivery Model Design
- HR Infrastructure Development; and
- For a major healthcare organization, Steve led the selection, contracting, implementation and post-implementation support of the Workday solution. Steve led a team of 20 stakeholders who implemented core human capital management, compensation and absence management. The implementation was completed in five months and was significantly under budget.
- For a major healthcare organization, Steve led a review of HR specific labor and non-labor costs in order to identify areas for improvement or quick-hit changes that benefited the transforming organization. Steve also developed high-level and detailed cases to support change within the HR function, providing opportunity savings, detailed information on technology decisions, centralization/decentralization and realignment of work responsibilities.
- For a global manufacturing client, Steve led an assessment of all current state HR functions and developed the future state HR service delivery model based off of the assessment findings.
- For a major insurance client, Steve managed the organizational design and development of the HR function after a major outsourcing initiative. The scope of the project was to transform the retained organization to accommodate the work that was not being outsourced.
- Built and led a global team specializing in Human Capital and ERP process improvements, sales initiatives, reorganization strategies, knowledge management, content management, portal implementations, workforce management, talent management, process design and aging workforce issues for clients.
1:00pm - 1:05pm Argyle Opening Remarks
1:05pm - 1:25pm Thought Leadership Spotlight featuring Mercer
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Partner, Global Operations Leader
1:25pm - 2:00pm Panel Discussion: “Empowerment in a Disrupted World - 2018 Predictions”
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Session topics include but are not limited to:
- How is your team currently transforming talent strategies in your organization?
- How are you leveraging technology, analytics, and other tools to manage recruitment efforts?
- What are best practices for engaging today’s candidates?
- What are ways HR can enhance their brand in a competitive, changing talent marketplace?
- How are you attracting and retaining talent for tomorrow’s workforce?
- Looking ahead, what talent trends do you see impacting HR in 2018 and beyond?
Partner, Global Operations Leader
Chief Culture and Talent Officer
McGraw Hill Education
Vice President, Global Talent Acquisition
Vice President, Global Human Resources
2:00pm - 2:10pm Audience Q&A
2:10pm - 2:15pm Argyle Closing Remarks
This meeting convenes Chief Human Resources Officers and direct reports. Participation is reserved for Members of Argyle that meet the following criteria:
- Director-level or higher HR executives, as well as select direct reports, from companies with at least 500 employees – excluding those in the healthcare, education, and government sectors.
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