Part 1: The Future of Work- Navigating the Now and Next
October 26, 2020 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Recent events, improvements in technology, and new workforce needs have made the future of work a critical issue. Jobs are beginning to look different, necessitating a shift toward new skills, and requiring adaptable leadership. It is clear that the future of work is changing, and it is more important than ever for organizations to adapt. How can business leaders address today’s urgent priorities while preparing for tomorrow’s important needs?
The session will cover:
The role that Diversity, Equity and Inclusion will continue to play in the workplace
A move towards virtual work patterns and what this means for employers and employees
The need for organizational resilience to overcome unforeseen events
Strong leadership during difficult times
A shift in skills that is imperative to keep up with changing workforce needs
The impact of AI and automation on businesses
About Kelly Reed, Lockton.
Kelly leads the Talent & Culture group’s client-facing strategy and growth activities, including go-to-market strategies and P&L responsibilities. Lockton Talent & Culture helps organizations worldwide improve their talent, culture and business outcomes with data-driven insights, solutions, and optimization services. Kelly also leads the Talent & Culture Institute at Lockton, which focuses on advancing workplace practices at the community level by fostering mutual learning and growth among HR and business leaders.
Prior to joining Lockton, Kelly spent more than a decade with a boutique management consulting firm in a variety of roles, ultimately as vice president and market leader. Kelly serves in various leadership roles for charitable organizations and industry associations in the community. She also presents at conferences and events nationwide on topics related to talent, culture and organization effectiveness.
Kelly is a licensed psychologist in Missouri.
Part 2: HR Tech Priorities for the BIG Reset
October 29, 2020 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
The events of 2020 have accelerated and altered the workforce priorities for every business. Alongside re-thinking the HR strategy, and how it supports the new world of work, CHROs also need to re-order their tech investments and the “stack” of digital capabilities that are deployed to support their goals. Revising HR strategy without altering the tech investments will not lead to success.
This session will cover:
- Why building reliance on a single vendor puts you behind your competitors
- The technology advances that make an “eco-system” reliable
- The top 3 HR tech capabilities for 2021
- How to de-risk technology decisions and investments
About Ian Cook, Visier. Ian Cook is a recognized though-leader in the area of people analytics and planning. Ian leads the design and development of Visier's analytic solutions. He focuses on how this area of practice can be deployed
and developed to deliver the maximum business value. For the last 15+ years he has been leading the development of data-driven HR technologies. Ian is a practical and engaging speaker, who uses his unique insight to enable others to deliver business
value. Ian holds a Masters degree from Edinburgh University, UK and an MBA from Lancaster University, UK.
- SHRM-KC Members - Part 1 (October 26th only) - $30
- SHRM-KC Members - Part 1 (October 26th) AND Part 2 (October 29th) - $50 (NOTE: ONLY REGISTER FOR SESSION 1)
- Non-Members - Part 1 (October 26th only) - $50
- Non-Members - Part 1 (October 26th) AND Part 2 (October 29th) - $80
- Pre-approved for 2.0 hours of SHRM Credit
- Pre-approved for 2.0 hours of HRCI BUSINESS credit