The Ritz-Carlton in Amelia Island Hosts HR Executives at the Annual HR Management Institute
How can HR Leaders position themselves and their employees to ensure continued growth? The changing demographics and expectations of your employees, the globalization of work teams, shifting trends in technology and heightened demands for a highly skilled work force, all converge in front of HR Leaders, who must continually search for tactics and best practices to navigate the future and lead their ever-transforming human capital for improved organizational performance.
The goal of the 2020 HR Management Institute was to provide a safe space for HR executives to collaborate and learn from each other, by participating in a variety of thought leadership sessions, breakout think tanks and interactive roundtables. A number of topics and themes were uncovered over two and a half days, including:
- Counterintuitive Approaches to Inclusion (there is magic in difference – it is not enough to tolerate, or accept, we need to appreciate)
- Ethical Leadership (C-Suite is looking for honesty from HR business partners)
- Evolving the Role of the HR Executive (an HR business partner should be a business person that speaks HR, not vice versa)
- Defining Your EVP and Using it to Attract Candidates (your EVP shouldn’t attract everyone, just the right people)
- Learning at the Speed of Change
- Can an Employer Still Maintain a Drug-Free Workplace?
- Developing Leadership Skills to Improve Organizational Performance
Leading these sessions were CHROs, VPs of HR, VPs of Talent and Diversity from various organizations such as CNN Worldwide, Aflac, Colliers International, TD, Associa, NASA, NBCUniversal, Hyatt Hotels, American Cancer Society, PGA America, BASF, Sodexo, Endemol Shine North America, CIT Group, and many others.
Among other challenges facing HR executives, the Institute provided the opportunity for attendees to learn about different solutions that are available for leaders to utilize in order to navigate the future of HR. Attendees left the conference ready to tackle the challenges that they face such as, strategies to attract candidates, automation in the recruitment process, employer branding, and diversification in the workforce.
If you would like to join the conversation and engage with forward thinking HR Leaders, next year’s HR Management Institute will take place February 21-23, 2021 at the Eden Roc/Nobu Hotel in Miami Beach, FL. Please contact Monica Churchill at email@example.com if you would like to share some insights and experiences as a member of the Speaker Faculty, suggest a topic area for the agenda, or join the waiting list for attendance.