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DC SHRM 2020 Virtual Conference & Expo - HR: Breaking Down Barriers
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Join us for DC SHRM's first virtual conference and expo featuring 20+ hours of education (live and recorded), networking, vendors, and prizes.

 Export to Your Calendar 10/1/2020 to 10/2/2020
When: October 1 & 2, 2020
9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Where: Virtual / Online Platform
United States
Contact: Robbie Heacock
443.966.3872 x1152


Online registration is available until: 9/28/2020
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DC SHRM - HR: Breaking Down Barriers - Annual Conference & Expo, October 1-2, 2020 - Virtual Format 

  Featuring Up to 9 Live Education Sessions Over 2 Days
Attend Up to 15 More Education Sessions On Demand

Approved for 20+ SHRM Recertification Credits!
Pending Approval for 20+ HRCI Recertification Credits!


Networking, Virtual Exhibitors, and Prizes Included
(Visit Our Exhibitor and Sponsor Options)

October 1: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
October 2: 8:00 am - 3:15 pm

DC SHRM Members: $200
Nonmembers*: $275
*Nonmember registration includes one year of membership in DC SHRM.


Click here to download the 2020 Agenda at a Glance and start planning your conference experience!



KEYNOTES
2 Amazing Live Keynote Presenters You Won't Want to Miss

Thursday, October 1

Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP  (Bio)
President and Chief Executive Officer
Society for Human Resource Management

Topic:
HR’s New Leadership Imperatives

NOTE: You must attend this session live. It will not be recorded. 

 

Even before the massive disruptions of COVID-19, the workplace was changing drastically— and faster than many HR leaders could plan for. Now we’re making some of the hardest decisions of our careers, because we must delicately and constantly balance people’s lives and livelihoods. From getting back to work safely to navigating heightened tensions around racism and bias in the workplace, HR professionals are essentially “workplace first responders.” Join Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM’s President & CEO, in a discussion of the new leadership priorities for HR and how SHRM and our members are leading the journey toward better workplaces and a better world.

Friday, October 2

Rachel Druckenmiller, MS  (Keynote Description and Bio)
Founder & CEO
Unmuted

Topic: C3 - Igniting Intentional Leadership

What leadership skills will be needed for the future of work? In this digital age, as technology continues to take center stage, human skills and authentic, intentional leadership are more important than ever. As HR professionals, what are the skills to develop in yourself and in your leaders to stay relevant and influential in the future? This keynote will empower you and equip you with practical skills to boost your influence and impact, so you can be a catalyst for change and a more effective and connected leader. Leaders who implement the skills explored in this session will foster greater courage, curiosity and connection, and our workplace cultures will be positively impacted because of your future-ready, human leadership.

GENERAL SESSION

Hire One: Providing a Second Chance

The Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency (CSOSA) supervises thousands of people on probation, supervised release, and parole in the District of Columbia. CSOSA has extensive experience working in-house and throughout the community to provide training and identify employment opportunities. In this session, CSOSA leaders, employers, and other partners will provide an overview of Second Chance hiring, explain how talent is identified, trained, and referred, and give a preview of a new jobs campaign called, “Hire One.”

The “Hire One” initiative aims to connect employers with an untapped and under-utilized talent pool. Gainful employment is the cornerstone of stability and growth for the men and women the Agency supervises. Too often those that have been justice-involved are marred by their past transgressions. The path towards redemption and restoration starts with an opportunity.


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CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Choose From 21 Concurrent Sessions
Attend Up to 6 Live and the Rest May be Accessed via Recording for 21 Days!

Topic Area: Leadership

  • Shifting Mindset for Success - Marvin Chambers, Marvin Chambers Coaching, A Built to Last Solutions Company
  • Emotional Intelligence - Michele Fantt Harris, SHRM-SCP, National Cooperative Bank
  • Kicking the Impostor Syndrome Habit - Jen Coken, Author, Life Coach, Comedian
  • Leveraging the WFH Lessons of a Pandemic Workplace Shutdown to Reimagine the Future of the Workplace - Mari Anne Snow, Sophaya
  • Engineering Conversations that Drive Innovation and Inclusion - Doug Johnston, Impact4Results

Topic Area: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

  • The Leadership Imperative and Operationalizing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - Swafia Ames, M.A., SHRM-SCP, Brighter Strategies LLC
  • Unconscious Bias - Lorne Epstein, SHRM-SCP, Electric Cow
  • What the Neuroscience of Gratitude Can Teach Us About Diversity and Inclusion - Linda Burton Roszak, BS, ACC, BBC, DRW & Associates
  • Structuring Cultural Norms to Enhance Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - Anna Spriggs, MSA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Truth Initiative
  • Beyond Diversity Hiring: Building Inclusion & Equity Through the Employee Life Cycle - Garima Gupta, Global Human Resources Leader

Topic Area: Wellbeing

  • No Longer Business as Usual: Why and How to Support Employee Wellbeing Today and Tomorrow - Shanna B. Tiayon, PhD, Wellbeing Works, LLC
  • Total Worker Health – Chia-Chia Chang, MBA, MPH, Office for Total Worker Health® at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  • Workplace Strategies to Support Mental Health - Derreck Smith, Nonstop Administration and Insurance Services, Inc. and Laura Green, SHRM-CP, Nonprofit HR

Topic Area: Talent Acquisition

  • Next Generation Leaders: How to Attract, Engage and Retain a 5-Generation Workforce - Scott Lesnick, CSP, Successful Business Solutions, LLC
  • Why Evidence-Based Interviewing Practices are Needed (Now More Than Ever) - Bob Cortlett, Staffing Advisors
  • The Future of Talent Acquisition: Five Innovative Actions Steps to Tool Up Your Recruiters and Build Pipelines to Attract the Future Leaders of Gen Z - Rebecca Ahmed, Laugh Thru Life

Topic Area: Change Management

  • Emerging Stronger: Managing Change in a PC (Post-COVID) World - Tim Furlong – My Quarter Turns
  • The New Normal: Benefits of Successfully Navigating Change in a Fast-Paced Workplace - Scott Lesnick, CSP, Successful Business Solutions, LLC

Topic Area: Business Acumen/Analytics

  • HR Analytics in Uncertain Times: Using Data to Guide Your Path Forward - Chuck Fields, Edgeworth Analytics

Topic Area: Negotiation

  • Negotiation Skills - Susan Borke, BorkeWorks

Topic Area: Employee Engagement

  • A Research-Backed Roadmap for Engaging and Retaining Talent - Christina Zurek, SHRM-CP, CEP, ITA Group

Click here to download the 2020 Agenda at a Glance and start planning your conference experience!



CANCELLATION POLICY:

You must cancel in writing to info@dcshrm.org. Cancellation requests received by September 11 will be refunded minus a $50 administrative fee. No refunds after September 11.

CONSENT CLAUSE:

By participating in this virtual platform, you understand/agree that the education sessions will be recorded and may be made available to any member/nonmember who registers to view the recordings in the future. Most of the education sessions are in webinar format. A few may be interactive and utilize the Zoom meeting platform where participants have the ability to enable video and audio. Networking sessions will not be recorded.

Registration and attendance at, or participation in, DC SHRM meetings and other activities constitutes an agreement by the registrant to the use and distribution (both now and in the future) of the registrant or attendee’s image or voice in photographs, videotapes, electronic reproductions, and audiotapes of such events and activities by DC SHRM and other third parties, including but not limited to the association, the venue, the host city, etc.

QUESTIONS?

Contact us at info@dcshrm.org or 443.966.3872.