Align your current and future workforce with your organization’s strategic goals. Support the implementation of a talent management strategy by exploring the critical aspects of workforce planning within your organization. Explore how to develop targeted human capital solutions based on data-driven analyses of your organization’s strengths and weaknesses so that you can ultimately help your business leaders make well-informed decisions and mitigate business risks. Work through a case study to practice your new skills and to prepare yourself to implement workforce planning strategies back at your organization.
SHRM People Analytics Conference, Sheraton Seattle, 1400 6th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101
8:30AM to 5:00PM
SAVE 50% on Main Conference Registration with Code: PA20John
Heading an HR Department of One (HR DOO) is a daunting task – time is short, resources are limited, and constantly shifting priorities can be a major issue. HR DOOs are expected to think strategically, manage the full spectrum of HR responsibilities, and serve an entire organization, all while keeping up-to-date on everchanging regulations in the employment law landscape.
So, how do you elevate HR as a solo practitioner? How can you balance strategy and operations? How do you best demonstrate the value that HR brings to your organization? Join other HR DOOs in this 10-hour interactive learning program designed to help you analyze and enhance the HR practices in your organization. The program uses a three-step framework (Assess, Build, Map) and hands-on exercises to help you measure your current practices, build a set of realistic best practices, and map those practices to what is achievable in your organization.
VIRTUAL: Tuesday evenings from 7:00PM to 8:30PM
Strategy is a buzz word that can instill fear for those who have a role in its actualization. For the human resources practitioner, it often means realization that the depth of training is limited. When were you taught how to be strategic?
The business necessity for strategic thinking, planning and implementation is acute in 2020. Working through the three building blocks for a strategic plan – People, Process and Systems/Resources – the human resources practitioner will need to master all three elements, not just the people portion. Determining how the right resources will be found and put into place is a vital competency for HR.
West Branch Human Resource Society, Williamsport Country Club, 800 Country Club Dr, Williamsport, PA 17701