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Fall 2016

-Fall 2016 Agenda-

8:00 AM – 8:30 AM: Registration & Networking

8: 30 AM – 9:30 AM: Keynote Speaker, Kevin Martin, Chief Marketing & Research Officer, i4cp

Decades of research from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) reveal organizational performance indicators and people practices that have the greatest influence on market performance. Each of their 17 identified Key Performance Indicators fall into one of five areas (Market, Strategy, Culture, Leadership, and Talent). These elements work together to create distinct outcomes such as agility, innovation, and engagement; all of which drive market performance. Organizational leaders nationwide are using this model to frame strategic conversations, identify areas of misalignment, and prioritize initiatives.

9:30 AM – 10:30 AM: Building Leadership Capacity: How 3 Apollo Award Winners Do Just That!

With the skills gap being top challenge for CEOs around the globe, attendees will learn how HR leaders can contribute to the organization’s goals and objectives as a strategic partner from these speakers first hand. The focus of this conversation will primarily address how HR leaders can lead change by identifying and addressing the skills and talent needed to move the organization forward with its strategic plan. These leaders will share proven strategies and workforce planning initiatives that they’ve implemented such as mentoring programs, leadership development, and succession planning to address common human capital challenges within their businesses.

Specific Learning Objectives:

  • How to partner with key executives to affect change and influence culture;
  • How to identify and respond to the current and future human capital needs of the business;
  • How to measure and report quantifiable results that have a direct impact on the organization’s bottom line.

Attendees will hear from three award-winning leaders. Robert Mathias, CEO North America of Ogilvy Public Relation, a global professional services firm, Catherine Meloy, CEO of Goodwill of Greater Washington, a local non-profit that has a variety of retail stores and provides services to the federal government, and Beth Radio, the Vice President of OD at Sunrise Senior Living, the fifth largest senior living provider in the US with operations also in Canada and the UK.

10: 30 AM – 11:30 AM: Career Paths: Catalysts for Driving Business Outcomes while Retaining & Engaging Top Performers.

Career path programs are not simply created to improve employee morale. When aligned with the business strategy, they can become another catalyst in driving the organization’s strategic outcomes. Every business requires a workforce dedicated to the strategic direction of the organization with employees who possess the capabilities – in the form of competencies – needed to propel the organization forward. Without that alignment, a career path program may not deliver the organization a suitable return on its investment.

Career paths based on the competencies needed to drive organizational strategy provide a line of sight for employee success and provide the organization with the capabilities it needs to remain agile, relevant, and competitive.

Specific Learning Objectives:

  • Defining the business case for career paths at the enterprise-level;
  • Aligning career paths to the organizational strategy;
  • Integrating career paths with annual strategic planning processes;
  • Using a competency-based framework to help drive outcomes linked to strategic objectives;
  • Linking career paths to other human capital programs;
  • Determining if your career development program is successful.

Shelly Price, Team Lead and Cicely Clayton, Sr. Compensation & HR Business Partner from Helios HR will lead an interactive discussion around how to align the program with the organization’s strategic objectives.


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