Human Resources – HR Leadership Summit
QUEENS UNIVERSITY OF CHARLOTTE'S 5th ANNUAL
FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2015
Individual Registration: $159
The HR Leadership Summit is sold out. Please contact Suzy Plott at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Thank you
9- 9:05am | Welcoming Remarks
As the world comes out of the recession, organizations see a new workforce, one that's younger, more demanding, and more dynamic than ever. Deloitte research identified 12 critical trends that are helping drive the human capital agenda for the coming year. These trends can be categorized into three major focus areas: Lead and Develop, Attract and Engage, and Transform and Reinvent. While this session will provide an overview of all the 2014 Human Capital Trends primary discussion will be on; the overwhelmed employee, leaders at all levels, beyond retention, talent analytics in practice and performance management is broken, as the days remaining sessions will take a deeper dive into these trends.
Lead and Develop: The need to broaden, deepen, and accelerate leadership development at all levels; build global workforce capabilities; re-energize corporate learning by putting employees in charge; and fix performance management.
Attract and Engage: The need to develop innovative ways to attract, source, recruit, and access talent; drive passion and engagement in the workforce; use diversity and inclusion as a business strategy; and find ways to help the overwhelmed employee deal with the flood of information and distractions in the workplace
Transform and Reinvent: The need to create a global HR platform that is robust and flexible enough to adapt to local needs; reskill HR teams; take advantage of cloud-based HR technology; and implement HR data analytics to achieve business goals.
For a complete listing of the 2014 trends and to read the study please visit Deloitte's website here.
10:10 - 10:20am |Networking Break
Information overload and the always-connected 24/7 work environment are overwhelming workers, undermining productivity and contributing to low employee engagement. The overwhelmed employee has significant strategic implications for organizations today. What's at stake? Millions of dollars wasted as employees struggle to find information, minimal break-through products and ideas, as well as, the retention and recruitment of top talent. This session will explore:
What does a company culture inclusive of emotional intelligence (EQ) look like, and why does it matter to the bottom line business results? We will look at a few of the key factors that are identified in the Deloitte study as being critical for leadership development and how each has a strong EQ component. Through examples, see how EQ has been used to deliver real results by measuring, coaching and measuring again against key business metrics. Also, examine why EQ is a critical mindset and skill set for the HR leader who must use it to govern HOW to design overall strategy to improve the challenge of "Lead and Develop."
12:15 - 1:15pm |Lunch & Certifications and Career Development
Over lunch learn how credentials can align with your current career and future career path. We will also review updates on SHRM certification and credentials in addition to other certifications to consider.
HR is evolving into a data-driven function, with the focus shifting from simply reporting data to enabling the business to make informed talent decisions, predict employee performance and conduct advanced workforce planning. Yet only 8% of Deloitte study respondents define their analytics capabilities as strong and in comparison to other business functions whose use of analytics is mainstream, HR is playing catch-up. Learn how companies in the Charlotte region are using analytics to support and strengthen the HR function enabling meaningful data-driven decisions.
3:15 - 3:25pm | Networking Break
4:25pm | Closing Remarks
4:30pm | Conclude
This program will be submitted for review by HRCI and ICF with requests for
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
2015 HR Leadership Summit Steering Committee:
Cancellation and Refund Policy: There is a $50 cancellation fee. Cancellations that are received at least 10 business days prior to the first day of class will receive a refund, minus the $50 cancellation fee. No refunds or make-up classes will be given after that time. If you do not officially withdraw from or attend a course, you are still responsible for the payment. If the course is canceled for any reason, you will be notified and your entire tuition fee will be refunded.