Be an HRchitect - Strategies to Build Your HR Plan
Wednesday, October 30th
7:30am - 12:30pm
Location: Temple B'Rith Kodesh, 2131 Elmwood Ave, Rochester NY 14618
This program has been pre-approved for 3.0 Professional Development Credits (PDCs) by the Society for Human Resource Management and 3.0 Business (STRATEGIC) credits by the HR Certification Institute.
Utilizing HR Metrics and Data to Communicate Priorities to your Senior Leadership Team
This interactive session is broken down into three main part:
1. Building the strategic business plan, in which we explore how to structure the project to address the needs of your internal clients--upper-level executives; EVPs/VPs; facility managers/directors; and team/project leaders--so that the project speaks to them
2. How to understand your organization through pivot tables, in which we roll up our sleeves and explore how to re-form the data you already have to truly enlighten, inform, and measure success
3. Building the business case for diversity, in which we help answer the question why, from a business perspective, do we want to not only be seen engaging in diversity and inclusion efforts, but more importantly why those efforts need to be real and meaningful to get the most return on investment (not just a paperwork exercise, not just a PR "stunt")
The key take-aways for the audience are:
Session 2 (concurrent break out option)
HR Budgets: Developing Your Financial Plan
During this session we Gain a thorough understanding of general budgeting principles to guide your ability to develop and manage a variety of budget types. Learn and apply the steps involved in developing a master budget. Practice tracking performance, forecasting, and contingency planning as a part of managing your budget.
By the end of this session, participants will:
Session 2 Alternate Breakout Option:
Zoom....a Practical Approach to Developing a Strategic Mindset
An engaging and interactive session where you will not only learn the importance of a strategic mindset, you will also experience using yours!
How does one become more strategic? What is strategic perspective? Strategic agility? Do I have to be an executive to use these skills?
Questions like this and others will be answered...
What you will leave with:
Employment/Labor Law Update
Paul Keneally from Underberg & Kessler will keep us informed on the current employment/labor related issues. He will be speaking to the audience about recent and proposed changes under the current administration and things that you need to know as an HR Professional. Topics will include:
SHRM Members: $60
Non Members: $80
Students/Members in Transition: $30