Join SD SHRM and UCSD Rady School of Management for breakfast!
This month we are offering two programs. Come for one or both! It's up to you and your schedule.
These courses have been submitted for SHRM and HRCI Recertification credit approval
8 a.m. Registration and breakfast
8:30-9:30 a.m. Driving Business Through Fearless HR Program
9:30-9:45 a.m. Break
9:45-11 a.m. Next Generation Hiring: Are You Ready?
**Please note that the parking facility for this event is about a block away from the meeting room. Please notify us during registration if you need special accommodations for parking.**
All prices increase by $10 one week prior to event date
Driving Business Through Fearless HR Program, David C. Forman
The Human Resources profession has been the subject of criticism and questions over the years but it is now poised to be a primary driver in today’s economy. Examine five historical perceptions that have dogged HR over the years; and hear evidence, research and examples to suggest a bold future in which HR drives business results and enables talent and innovation to flourish
One reason for HR’s checkered past is that it does a poor job of demonstrating its value to the business. There are, in fact, at least five ways in which HR can impact business results. Each of these can save time, money, resources and strengthen competitive positioning.
Strategic Alignment: Not wasting time and energy on misaligned projects. Close fit to strategy, strategic initiatives, business goals and competitive issues.
- Optimizing Talent: Leading to an engaged, loyal and committed workforce, and having the right people with the right skills in the right job
- Cost Savings: Usually by streamlining processes, eliminating waste and reducing costs
- Productivity Improvements: Becoming proficient faster and doing more with the same or less resources
- Improving Outcomes: Such as revenue, profit, quality, brand-strength, innovation, and supply chain effectiveness
Next Generation Hiring: Are You Ready?, Paula Cleveland
Who are Millennials and Generation Z? How will they work together, with Generation X and Baby Boomers? In this presentation, Paula Cleveland from Mitchell International will cover how to find them, attract them to your company and blend them into your existing workforce. Then, she will discuss how to retain this new employee who is ready to work, but also ready to challenge you with their independence, multi-tasking ability, and new way of thinking.
About Our Speakers...
David C. Forman is the author of Fearless HR, the President of Sage Learning Systems and former Chief Learning Officer of The Human Capital Institute. The courses he has developed and taught for HCI have been taken by thousands of HR professionals all over the world. In 2002, David worked with SHRM to create materials to support the GPHR certification program. Prior to these experiences, David spent 25 years in the training industry, working with large global organizations to improve the knowledge, skills and performance of their people. Major clients include FedEx, IBM, DuPont, Microsoft, SAP, American Express, PwC, Ford, Prudential, Apple, Scripps Healthcare, Allstate Insurance and the University of Farmers. In 1984, David had the unique opportunity to work with Apple on the release of the Macintosh; and several years later to help IBM streamline and cross-train over 22,000 manufacturing employees.
David has written more than 40 articles on talent management, analytics, strategic human resources, learning systems, high-performance cultures and leadership. He has also spoken at many national and global talent and leadership conferences, both in his role of hosting HCI’s conferences for many years but also as a key note speaker.
Paula Cleveland is a human resource professional with an expertise in talent management. Her strengths include collaborating, motivating others and being a trusted advisor. Paula offers a unique blend of skills that allow her to create sound processes that are flexible enough to meet a variety of client groups' needs. Paula is currently a Senior HR Generalist at Mitchell International.
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