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06/27/2020

Senior Leadership Program | Investing in People With Data-Driven Solutions**
06/27/2020 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/28/2020 08:30 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/29/2020 10:00 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required

15.00 SHRM PDCs | Intended Audience: Senior-Level

*This program requires preregistration. Additional fees apply.

Program Overview

In this program, senior-level HR professionals will learn to assess the financial impacts of strategically-focused HR initiatives in areas such as staffing, training, employee health and wellness, attitudes and engagement, and work-life programs. Participants will explore strategies for communicating data-driven findings to executives and senior-level peers and encourage people investments that lead to better organizational outcomes.

Program Agenda

Saturday, June 27th:

8:30-9:45: Intro, workshop overview; Making HR Measurement Strategic
9:45-10:00: Break
10:00 -11:15: Analytical Foundations of HR Measurement
11:15-11:30: Break
11:30-12:45: Talent Management as a Source of Competitive Advantage
12:45-2:00: Lunch
2:00-3:15: The Hidden Cost of Absenteeism
3:15-3:30: Break
3:30-5:00: The High Cost of Employee Separations

Sunday, June 28th:

8:30 - 9:45: Employee Health, Wellness, and Welfare
9:45-10:00: Break
10:00 -11:15: Employee Attitudes and Engagement
11:15-11:30: Break
11:30-12:30: Financial Effects of Work-Life Programs
12:30-1:30: Lunch

Monday, June 29th:

10:00-11:15: The Payoff from Staffing Programs
11:15-11:30: Break
11:30-12:30: The Payoff from Training and Development Programs; Summary and Conclusions
12:30-1:30 Lunch

**Your registration fee includes a copy of Investing in People (3rd ed., 2019).

Presenters

Wayne Cascio, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor, University of Colorado and Robert H. Reynolds Chair in Global Leadership, and Alexis Fink, Vice President, People Analytics and Workforce Strategy at Facebook

Wayne is the co-author of Investing in People: Financial Impact of Human Resource Initiatives, Third Edition.

Senior Leadership Program | Powerful Leaders: Transform Your Personal Brand and Executive Presence**
06/27/2020 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/28/2020 08:30 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/29/2020 10:00 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required

15.00 SHRM PDCs | Intended Audience: Senior-Level

*This program requires preregistration. Additional fees apply.


Program Overview

You are a powerful leader, and you know it. But top management continuously overlook you. Strong leadership competencies are critical, but every determined professional must possess poise, executive presence, and confidence. Leaders with a focus on the C-Suite or an executive role must also become the respected strategic resource. This requires a deliberately developed personal brand that has been carefully crafted to communicate who you are, what you have, and the value you bring to the organization. How you package, position and promote yourself is critical to your success. This senior leadership program is built for the sole purpose of taking you step-by-step through a proven process to transform your brand and elevate your career!

Presenter

S. Renee Smith, CPC, President of S Renee Smith (SRS) Productions, Inc.

Website: https://srenee.com/

**Your registration fee includes copies of two of S. Renee Smith's books, 5 Steps to Assertiveness and The Bridge To Your Brand.

Senior Leadership Program | Presented by Cornell University Faculty - Bold HR: Leading Through Influence*
06/27/2020 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/28/2020 08:30 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/29/2020 10:00 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required

15.00 SHRM PDCs | Intended Audience: Senior-Level

*This program requires preregistration. Additional fees apply.

Program Overview

Target Audience:  the program is intended to provide critical learning for HR Leaders who currently or aspire to support senior leaders and their leadership teams. Ideally, the participants are at a level where the leadership team has responsibilities for running an organization, business unit (e.g., division, product line, region), or larger business function (e.g., sales, supply chain, finance).  The key differentiator is that the participants sit on and support a leadership team.  HR specialists who frequently interact with and support line leaders may also be a fit for the program. 

Program Objectives

The goal of the program is to help HR leaders develop knowledge and practice applying skills related to the emotional intelligence side of HR leadership.  In particular, we focus on helping leaders to develop acumen on the topics of courage, providing coaching to senior leaders on talent issues that impact senior leadership team capabilities, understanding senior leadership team dynamics  and supporting high performance teams, and managing and influencing organizational politics. Whereas other programs focus on enhancing HR functional knowledge or HR strategy, this program is intended to help HR leaders build out their capabilities tied to the coaching and advisory part of the role as HR leaders in a leadership team. 

Program Agenda

Saturday, June 27th:

8:30- Noon: Introduction and overview of the Program

Review of the Role of HR Leaders and Underlying Competencies

Importance of Courage
• What is courage?
• Courage and purpose
• Cases on courage

Relationships and Influence as an HR Leader

1:00-5:00: Role of HR leader as Talent Architect

Spotting high potential talent
• Talent assessment
• Talent conversations and planning

Developing high potential talent
• Developing talent through experiences
• Responding to derailment

 

Sunday, June 28th:

8:30 - 1:30: Senior Leadership and Agile Teams

Senior leadership teams
• How are they different than other teams
• Common problems
• Starting up and coaching senior leadership teams

Agile teams
• Structuring and supporting agile teams
• Case exercise on agile teams

 

Monday, June 29th:

10:00-1:30: Role of HR Leader in Managing Organizational Politics

Organizational politics
• What are politics
• Dynamics behind politics
• Case exercise on managing politics

 

06/28/2020

Senior Leadership Program | Investing in People With Data-Driven Solutions**
06/27/2020 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/28/2020 08:30 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/29/2020 10:00 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required

15.00 SHRM PDCs | Intended Audience: Senior-Level

*This program requires preregistration. Additional fees apply.

Program Overview

In this program, senior-level HR professionals will learn to assess the financial impacts of strategically-focused HR initiatives in areas such as staffing, training, employee health and wellness, attitudes and engagement, and work-life programs. Participants will explore strategies for communicating data-driven findings to executives and senior-level peers and encourage people investments that lead to better organizational outcomes.

Program Agenda

Saturday, June 27th:

8:30-9:45: Intro, workshop overview; Making HR Measurement Strategic
9:45-10:00: Break
10:00 -11:15: Analytical Foundations of HR Measurement
11:15-11:30: Break
11:30-12:45: Talent Management as a Source of Competitive Advantage
12:45-2:00: Lunch
2:00-3:15: The Hidden Cost of Absenteeism
3:15-3:30: Break
3:30-5:00: The High Cost of Employee Separations

Sunday, June 28th:

8:30 - 9:45: Employee Health, Wellness, and Welfare
9:45-10:00: Break
10:00 -11:15: Employee Attitudes and Engagement
11:15-11:30: Break
11:30-12:30: Financial Effects of Work-Life Programs
12:30-1:30: Lunch

Monday, June 29th:

10:00-11:15: The Payoff from Staffing Programs
11:15-11:30: Break
11:30-12:30: The Payoff from Training and Development Programs; Summary and Conclusions
12:30-1:30 Lunch

**Your registration fee includes a copy of Investing in People (3rd ed., 2019).

Presenters

Wayne Cascio, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor, University of Colorado and Robert H. Reynolds Chair in Global Leadership, and Alexis Fink, Vice President, People Analytics and Workforce Strategy at Facebook

Wayne is the co-author of Investing in People: Financial Impact of Human Resource Initiatives, Third Edition.

Senior Leadership Program | Powerful Leaders: Transform Your Personal Brand and Executive Presence**
06/27/2020 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/28/2020 08:30 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/29/2020 10:00 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required

15.00 SHRM PDCs | Intended Audience: Senior-Level

*This program requires preregistration. Additional fees apply.


Program Overview

You are a powerful leader, and you know it. But top management continuously overlook you. Strong leadership competencies are critical, but every determined professional must possess poise, executive presence, and confidence. Leaders with a focus on the C-Suite or an executive role must also become the respected strategic resource. This requires a deliberately developed personal brand that has been carefully crafted to communicate who you are, what you have, and the value you bring to the organization. How you package, position and promote yourself is critical to your success. This senior leadership program is built for the sole purpose of taking you step-by-step through a proven process to transform your brand and elevate your career!

Presenter

S. Renee Smith, CPC, President of S Renee Smith (SRS) Productions, Inc.

Website: https://srenee.com/

**Your registration fee includes copies of two of S. Renee Smith's books, 5 Steps to Assertiveness and The Bridge To Your Brand.

Senior Leadership Program | Presented by Cornell University Faculty - Bold HR: Leading Through Influence*
06/27/2020 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/28/2020 08:30 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/29/2020 10:00 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required

15.00 SHRM PDCs | Intended Audience: Senior-Level

*This program requires preregistration. Additional fees apply.

Program Overview

Target Audience:  the program is intended to provide critical learning for HR Leaders who currently or aspire to support senior leaders and their leadership teams. Ideally, the participants are at a level where the leadership team has responsibilities for running an organization, business unit (e.g., division, product line, region), or larger business function (e.g., sales, supply chain, finance).  The key differentiator is that the participants sit on and support a leadership team.  HR specialists who frequently interact with and support line leaders may also be a fit for the program. 

Program Objectives

The goal of the program is to help HR leaders develop knowledge and practice applying skills related to the emotional intelligence side of HR leadership.  In particular, we focus on helping leaders to develop acumen on the topics of courage, providing coaching to senior leaders on talent issues that impact senior leadership team capabilities, understanding senior leadership team dynamics  and supporting high performance teams, and managing and influencing organizational politics. Whereas other programs focus on enhancing HR functional knowledge or HR strategy, this program is intended to help HR leaders build out their capabilities tied to the coaching and advisory part of the role as HR leaders in a leadership team. 

Program Agenda

Saturday, June 27th:

8:30- Noon: Introduction and overview of the Program

Review of the Role of HR Leaders and Underlying Competencies

Importance of Courage
• What is courage?
• Courage and purpose
• Cases on courage

Relationships and Influence as an HR Leader

1:00-5:00: Role of HR leader as Talent Architect

Spotting high potential talent
• Talent assessment
• Talent conversations and planning

Developing high potential talent
• Developing talent through experiences
• Responding to derailment

 

Sunday, June 28th:

8:30 - 1:30: Senior Leadership and Agile Teams

Senior leadership teams
• How are they different than other teams
• Common problems
• Starting up and coaching senior leadership teams

Agile teams
• Structuring and supporting agile teams
• Case exercise on agile teams

 

Monday, June 29th:

10:00-1:30: Role of HR Leader in Managing Organizational Politics

Organizational politics
• What are politics
• Dynamics behind politics
• Case exercise on managing politics

 

06/29/2020

Senior Leadership Program | Investing in People With Data-Driven Solutions**
06/27/2020 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/28/2020 08:30 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/29/2020 10:00 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required

15.00 SHRM PDCs | Intended Audience: Senior-Level

*This program requires preregistration. Additional fees apply.

Program Overview

In this program, senior-level HR professionals will learn to assess the financial impacts of strategically-focused HR initiatives in areas such as staffing, training, employee health and wellness, attitudes and engagement, and work-life programs. Participants will explore strategies for communicating data-driven findings to executives and senior-level peers and encourage people investments that lead to better organizational outcomes.

Program Agenda

Saturday, June 27th:

8:30-9:45: Intro, workshop overview; Making HR Measurement Strategic
9:45-10:00: Break
10:00 -11:15: Analytical Foundations of HR Measurement
11:15-11:30: Break
11:30-12:45: Talent Management as a Source of Competitive Advantage
12:45-2:00: Lunch
2:00-3:15: The Hidden Cost of Absenteeism
3:15-3:30: Break
3:30-5:00: The High Cost of Employee Separations

Sunday, June 28th:

8:30 - 9:45: Employee Health, Wellness, and Welfare
9:45-10:00: Break
10:00 -11:15: Employee Attitudes and Engagement
11:15-11:30: Break
11:30-12:30: Financial Effects of Work-Life Programs
12:30-1:30: Lunch

Monday, June 29th:

10:00-11:15: The Payoff from Staffing Programs
11:15-11:30: Break
11:30-12:30: The Payoff from Training and Development Programs; Summary and Conclusions
12:30-1:30 Lunch

**Your registration fee includes a copy of Investing in People (3rd ed., 2019).

Presenters

Wayne Cascio, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor, University of Colorado and Robert H. Reynolds Chair in Global Leadership, and Alexis Fink, Vice President, People Analytics and Workforce Strategy at Facebook

Wayne is the co-author of Investing in People: Financial Impact of Human Resource Initiatives, Third Edition.

Senior Leadership Program | Powerful Leaders: Transform Your Personal Brand and Executive Presence**
06/27/2020 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/28/2020 08:30 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/29/2020 10:00 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required

15.00 SHRM PDCs | Intended Audience: Senior-Level

*This program requires preregistration. Additional fees apply.


Program Overview

You are a powerful leader, and you know it. But top management continuously overlook you. Strong leadership competencies are critical, but every determined professional must possess poise, executive presence, and confidence. Leaders with a focus on the C-Suite or an executive role must also become the respected strategic resource. This requires a deliberately developed personal brand that has been carefully crafted to communicate who you are, what you have, and the value you bring to the organization. How you package, position and promote yourself is critical to your success. This senior leadership program is built for the sole purpose of taking you step-by-step through a proven process to transform your brand and elevate your career!

Presenter

S. Renee Smith, CPC, President of S Renee Smith (SRS) Productions, Inc.

Website: https://srenee.com/

**Your registration fee includes copies of two of S. Renee Smith's books, 5 Steps to Assertiveness and The Bridge To Your Brand.

Senior Leadership Program | Presented by Cornell University Faculty - Bold HR: Leading Through Influence*
06/27/2020 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/28/2020 08:30 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required
06/29/2020 10:00 AM - 01:30 PM | Additional Fee & Registration Required

15.00 SHRM PDCs | Intended Audience: Senior-Level

*This program requires preregistration. Additional fees apply.

Program Overview

Target Audience:  the program is intended to provide critical learning for HR Leaders who currently or aspire to support senior leaders and their leadership teams. Ideally, the participants are at a level where the leadership team has responsibilities for running an organization, business unit (e.g., division, product line, region), or larger business function (e.g., sales, supply chain, finance).  The key differentiator is that the participants sit on and support a leadership team.  HR specialists who frequently interact with and support line leaders may also be a fit for the program. 

Program Objectives

The goal of the program is to help HR leaders develop knowledge and practice applying skills related to the emotional intelligence side of HR leadership.  In particular, we focus on helping leaders to develop acumen on the topics of courage, providing coaching to senior leaders on talent issues that impact senior leadership team capabilities, understanding senior leadership team dynamics  and supporting high performance teams, and managing and influencing organizational politics. Whereas other programs focus on enhancing HR functional knowledge or HR strategy, this program is intended to help HR leaders build out their capabilities tied to the coaching and advisory part of the role as HR leaders in a leadership team. 

Program Agenda

Saturday, June 27th:

8:30- Noon: Introduction and overview of the Program

Review of the Role of HR Leaders and Underlying Competencies

Importance of Courage
• What is courage?
• Courage and purpose
• Cases on courage

Relationships and Influence as an HR Leader

1:00-5:00: Role of HR leader as Talent Architect

Spotting high potential talent
• Talent assessment
• Talent conversations and planning

Developing high potential talent
• Developing talent through experiences
• Responding to derailment

 

Sunday, June 28th:

8:30 - 1:30: Senior Leadership and Agile Teams

Senior leadership teams
• How are they different than other teams
• Common problems
• Starting up and coaching senior leadership teams

Agile teams
• Structuring and supporting agile teams
• Case exercise on agile teams

 

Monday, June 29th:

10:00-1:30: Role of HR Leader in Managing Organizational Politics

Organizational politics
• What are politics
• Dynamics behind politics
• Case exercise on managing politics