Session Title: Strategic Role of HR in the Future
Date: Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Presenter: Amy Shannon
As generations collide, workforces become more diverse and people are in work for longer. What does this mean for the future of your organization? Have you thought about who the business leaders of 2030 will be? What are the risks of being left behind?
What will human resources look like a decade from now?
According to a recent HR Professional Associations study, ‘CEOs believe that senior HR executives have done a good job working as a partner during the last few years, but going forward they expect them to couple their HR skills with a much deeper understanding of the business.’ This translates into being more of a strategic partner.
In past few years, the Human Resources Competency Study (HRCS) conducted by Dave Ulrich and SHRM has identified Strategic Positioner to be a critical competency to the HR profession.
What are the current predictions for the future and how can an HR professional prepare?
In this program, we will look at the trends in the future of our workplace and HR’s strategic role in them. We will also identify the how well the HR professional is currently perceived as a strategic partner who needs to understand evolving business contexts, stakeholder expectations, and business requirements and translate them into talent, culture, and leadership actions. The program objectives include:
· Identify the forces shaping the workplace and key predictions of the future of HR
· Understand the top future HR challenges and how to be prepared for them
· Recognize the competencies necessary for the HR professional to be successful
· Learn the new workplace leadership roles that are embedded in an HR profession of the future. They include:
o Organizational Engineer
o Virtual Culture Architect
o Global Talent Scout, Convener, and Coach
o Data, Talent & Technology Integrator
o Social Policy & Community Activist
About our Speaker: Amy Shannon, President, Pinnacle Leadership Solutions, LLC, has specialized in Organizational Development, Human Resources & Training for over 18 years. For the past thirteen years, Amy has been an Organizational Development consultant working with clients in manufacturing, service, financial and healthcare industries. Most recently, Amy served as the Executive Director II/Vice President of Corporate College where she built robust leadership training curriculum to serve clients throughout the Greater Cleveland Ohio area.
Amy currently works with clients in roles such as Executive Coach and Leadership Facilitator. She also provides certified Mediation Services as needed to clients. Amy holds certifications: Kepner Tregoe, Achieve Global, Franklin Covey, Pace Group, PDI, and DDI. She is a speaker at national conferences including a featured speaker at The Corporate University Week at the Disney Institute. She recently presented at the Cleveland 2014 Annual HR Star Conference on HR’s Role in Office Politics: A Positive Approach.
Specialties: Executive Coaching, Leadership Training, Accountability, Assertiveness, Change Mgt, Coaching, Communication, Conflict Resolution, Creativity, Delegation, Emotional Intelligence, Generational Differences, Interpersonal Skills, Innovation, Mediation, Performance Management, Presentation Skills, Problem Solving, Resilience Leadership, Respect in the Workplace, Sexual Harassment, Strategic Planning, Stress Management, Supervision, Teambuilding, Train the Trainer, Trust Building, Workplace Bullying.
This activity has been submitted for recertification credit through HRCI and SHRM.
Location: Corporate College East
Date: Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Continental Breakfast/Registration/Networking: 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM
Welcome/Announcements: 8:00 AM-8:15 AM
Program: 8:15 AM - 9:30 AM