Courageous Leaders + Bold Culture
The HR People + Strategy Annual Conference—Courageous Leaders + Bold Culture is an exclusive opportunity for HR leaders to learn from, engage with and exchange ideas with noted business leaders, academics, and each other.
Conference contributors will include senior, results-oriented practitioners, researchers and thought leaders who will explore the complex social, economic and organizational issues that continue to shape how HR supports business and the critical role of HR leaders in driving bold cultures so that organizations can thrive.
The Expertise Economy: Up-Skilling and Re-Skilling the Workforce in the Age of Acceleration, Automation, and Digitization
Monday, April 8, 8:30 a.m.
Join the co-author of The Expertise Economy and former CLO of LinkedIn to discuss how progressive companies are shifting how they think about learning and work, and completely re-thinking their employee development strategies and technology ecosystems for business impact & innovation.
Kelly Palmer, Chief Learning Officer, Degreed
Women & Leadership: The Art of Navigating Headwinds
Monday, April 8, 10:45 a.m.
Despite the efforts of some companies to promote more women, the number of senior female leaders in Corporate America remains stubbornly low. Adam Bryant will lead a discussion with proven leaders, including Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line, and Shellye Archambeau, the former CEO of MetricStream, about the headwinds they navigated on their way to the top, their advice for other women, and what companies can do to create cultures that accelerate all talent, regardless of gender.
The conversation will address some of the most vexing questions that women face at work, including: What does it mean for women to have a "voice" in meetings? How can they navigate perceptions around assertiveness, particularly when they are often judged more harshly than men? Is much of the conversation around women and leadership really just about power? What are the most effective tactics to use in the tough situations that women face with stubborn regularity?
Adam Bryant, Managing Director, Merryck & Co., Former New York Times "Corner Office" Columnist
Shellye Archambeau, Former CEO, Board Director, Speaker, and Author
Christine Duffy, President, Carnival Cruise Line
Shifting from Engagement to Fulfillment
Monday, April 8, 1:15 p.m.
Aaron Hurst, Chief Executive Officer, Imperative
How Millennial Leaders Create Bold Cultures Through Courage and Connection
Tuesday, April 9, 12:45 p.m.
Bestselling author Dan Schawbel will moderate a panel of four millennial leaders that are featured in his book, Back to Human. They will discuss how to create a more human culture where employees feel they belong, what it means to be human in the face of new technologies, how they deal with difficult challenges with courage and how they promote shared learning in their organizations. HR leaders will learn how to best support millennial leadership development and enable them to be productive, fulfilled and effective in the workplace now and in the future.
Dan Schawbel, Author, Entrepreneur, Partner, and Research Director, Future Workplace
Daniel Gaynor, SVP, Integrated Media Strategy, Weber Shandwick
Jenna Lebel, Vice President, Brand and Integrated Marketing, Liberty Mutual Insurance
Rajiv Kumar, President and Chief Medical Officer, Virgin Pulse
Michael Maxwell, KitchenAid Global Senior Category Leader - Global Leader Program, Whirlpool Corporation
Innovation Labs – Not Your Typical Breakout Session!
Immerse yourself in our one-of-a-kind Innovation Labs. Innovation Labs are a hands-on, unique learning-in-action experience where participants will collaborate, explore, customize and create solutions to meet their own business and talent challenges. Led by industry experts, participants will gain a deeper understanding of cutting-edge themes and breakthrough concepts discussed at the conference in an inclusive and interactive learning environment. Participants will challenge themselves to think differently, foster intrapreneurship and innovation, share ideas and engage with peers in exploring solutions to their real-time business challenges.
Design Thinking Fulfillment at Work
Monday, April 8, 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Aaron Hurst, Chief Executive Officer, Imperative
How to Operationalize Culture: Lessons from the WeWork Experience
Founded in 2010, WeWork is now in 99 cities and 26 countries, serving 400,000 members across 400 locations globally. Originally focused on supporting start-ups, freelancers, and small businesses, enterprises now comprise more than 30% of WeWork's members.
WeWork's mission is to create a world where people make a life, not just a living, and it focuses on shaping the future of work, including making culture a priority - for itself and for its members. Recognizing that culture essentially is an output, WeWork developed a "Culture Operating System" or "cultureOS' to identify the inputs that most profoundly shape culture.
This session will share an overview of WeWork's business, describe some of the key trends shaping the future of work, and explore how a more modern approach to the workplace can help companies evolve their cultures and make their employees more fulfilled.
John Reid-Dodick, Senior Vice President, Culture, WeWork
The Skills Quotient: A Formula for Closing the Skills Gap from Within
Tuesday, April 9, 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
There isn’t a CEO in the world today who can answer for the skills of their organization. Just as Net Promoter Score (NPS) gave a common framework for customer satisfaction, leaders have long needed that type of solution for skills. That is what Skills Quotient (SQ) does; it introduces a common non-proprietary framework that every company can use to compare the job skills required to the skills possessed by individuals and teams across the entire company. It elevates the practice of talent and skills measurement from the middle of the organization to the C-Suite, giving every CEO a way to confirm the skills within their organization.
Kristi Broom, Director, Mid-Market Engagement, Degreed
How HR Can Lift Teams Out of Risk-Averse Traps at Culture-Shaping Moments of Truth
Behavioral economics identifies 12 risk-averse traps - which shut down bold inventive thinking and are inevitable in Volatile Uncertain Complex Adverse (VUCA) conditions. HR is in a unique position to lift teams out of these risk-averse traps - if we approach culture-building like strength and conditioning coaches rather than bystanders or enablers.
In this interactive fun Innovation Lab, you'll learn to diagnose risk-averse traps in the moment. You'll learn 5 proven validated courage-building steps to lift teams out of risk-averse traps and unlock their inventive potential. You'll see how diverse teams - with courage to challenge each other's hegemony - consistently outperform teams with a strong uniform culture fit and the blind spots that come when everyone sees things the same way. You'll learn how to build the EQ that makes creative abrasion and ever-changing hegemony a performance-enhancer - one meeting, email exchange, performance management review or telecon at a time.
Louise Yochee Klein, Principal, Courage Growth Partners
Merom Klein, Principal, Courage Growth Partners
A Peer to Peer Learning Experience
EXECUTIVE ROUNDTABLE LUNCH
The 2019 HR People + Strategy Annual Conference and Turnberry Isle Miami provide the perfect setting to enjoy one of the most beautiful treasures in South Florida. Timeless architecture encircles a 100-year-old Banyan tree which sits at the center of this 300-acre tropical oasis. Calming Koi Ponds are a part of the arrival experience, while sounds of tranquil waterfalls and fountains follow your every movement.Let the 2019 HR People + Strategy Annual Conference and Turnberry Isle Miami be your gateway to everything South Florida has to offer:
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