DC SHRM's 2019 Annual Conference
HR: Empowering People and Business
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
The Catholic University of America
Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center
620 Michigan Ave. NE, Washington DC 20064
DC SHRM invites you to its annual conference on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. The theme for 2019 is "HR: Empowering People and Business."
As professionals continue to grow and evolve, it is up to the humans in human resources to move our people and our businesses forward. Human Resource management can either promote growth or stymie productivity. How can your human resource management continue to empower people and business in 2019 and beyond?
Our conference on May 22, 2019 is designed to help you to do just that and more. Grow and engage with other HR practitioners, knowledgeable speakers and look into the future.
Registration is now open!
- DC SHRM Members - $150 early rate before 4/19/19 or $175 after
- Non-members - $200 early rate before 4/19/19 or $225 after
We are excited to announce details on some of our excellent presentations:
The Power of One - How Ordinary Actions Influence Extraordinary Change
Natasha Bowman, JD, SPHR - Founder & CEO, The Workplace Doctor
Most people think influence comes from stature; the "real" difference-makers are those with the fanciest titles, the highest salaries, and the most impressive personal gifts. Nothing could be further from the truth. Influence isn't about stature; it's about nurture—those ordinary acts of everyday kindness that ultimately yield extraordinary results. In this keynote, Natasha Bowman will walk the audience through the three C's of influence: Courage, Candor, and Civility. In her highly relational style, Natasha will inspire each listener with a clear sense of the power they have to effect massive change on both a personal and an organizational level.
How to Lead the Way to Picture Perfect Change
Jonathan Michael Bowman - CEO, Clear Picture Leadership
Have you ever wanted to create a new department or enhance the quality of your team's work? Change can be difficult for anybody. Leading change can be even more difficult and — at times — seemingly impossible. This keynote will teach attendees change leadership principles that every organization leader should know. In this energetic and content-rich presentation, you will learn how to lead the way to successful — "Picture Perfect" — change. Drawing examples from real leadership situations, Jonathan Michael Bowman will teach and inspire you to ignite your team to achieve dynamic results. You will learn how to set a vision of change, achieve buy-in and lead the way to capture your vision.
The Future of HR: AI, Analytics and Automation
Presented by Sterling McKinley - Director of Digital Marketing, McKinley Media
The one thing that stays the same in business is…nothing stays the same. HR is at a crossroads, the likes of which we’ve never seen. New software, an ever changing workforce and other technologies are coming at breakneck pace and all of these changes will have a significant impact on HR practitioners within the next few years. This session will show how HR practitioners can integrate AI into their workflow while remaining human and how automation increases productivity and reduces turnover.
The Gig Economy and Why It Should be Part of Your Strategy
Presented by Jeff Luttrell, SHRM-SCP, SPHR - Senior Director of Talent Acquisition, Alorica Inc.
What is it a gig economy? In this session, we will learn all about the new gig economy, why it matters, and why it should be a part of your planning. We will make sure everyone knows the difference between gig workers of past and the gig worker of future. You will learn how to implement and how to sell it to your leadership team and manage the cost.
Secret Powers of Super Negotiators
Presented by Susan Borke - Principal, BorkeWorks
This engaging program is valuable for individuals who want to be more effective when negotiating with vendors, internal or external clients, and other stakeholders. Participants will leave this session with the tools and confidence to prepare for negotiations strategically and achieve success for themselves and their organizations. The program topics and tools draw from the research and proven techniques.
Amplify Your Personal Brand: Branding Through Social Media
Presented by Romona Foster
Sure you've heard, "It's not what you know or even who you know, it's who knows you and what they say when you're not around," but how will they even know you exist with all the noise going on online? Branding yourself through social media is imperative if you want to make a lasting impression on your future employer or if you want to find new clients. This engaging session will show you how to build a powerful personal brand through social media platforms like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. You will learn how to stand out from your competition and achieve greater success.
How to Ensure Your Performance & Comp Review Processes are Aligned
Presented by John Smith - CRG emPerform
What a year-end compensation review should look like:
- Common challenges with conducting annual merit reviews
- Factors to consider when building your compensation strategy
- How to ensure performance & compensation reviews are aligned (and not diluting each other)
- Key factors for effective pay for performance design
- Thinking about the process: calibration and timing
HR Leader as Coach
Presented by Marvin Chambers, MBA - Marvin Chambers Coaching, A Built to Last Solutions Company
As HR leaders, we need to learn the practices, processes, and tools that allows us to lead in an authentic way and help business leaders making sound people management decisions and take accountability for their behavior. This workshop will give HR professional exposure to the foundational skills of coaching. They will learn the mindset required and the practices and tools for how to bring the best out of others so they can maximize their potential.
Tools to Reduce Unconscious Bias in Your Workplace
Presented by Lorne Epstein, SHRM-SCP - Electric Cow
The term unconscious bias is new to our lexicon and many of us don't fully understand what it means or how it influences our personal and professional lives. Through this session, you will learn how unconscious bias affects your workplace and the tools to minimize it. Lorne will explain what bias is and how our brain gets in the way of people making the best choices in business. Participants will be engaged with several exercises that help them see their own biases. Techniques will be demonstrated to reduce the effect that bias has in the workplace.
Driving Corporate Culture: Contrasting the Talk and the Walk
Presented by Joanna Hoffschneider, ALEP - Resolute Consulting LLC
How can HR professionals influence the true implementation of culture? How can we ensure our own behaviors align with the cultural codes of our organization? And how can we partner with Marketing (often the owner of brand – a client-facing representation of culture) to ensure corporate messaging is authentic and shared? Combining both reflective work (self-knowledge and self-assessment) with active work (strategies and tools for implementation) this interactive presentation broaches the sensitive topic of cultural disconnects and the subtle ways in which desired corporate culture can be undermined.
Stay tuned for additional program and schedule details!
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