Human Resource Planning & Development Interest Group, serving Talent Development & Organizational Effectiveness
The survey results are in, now what? Conducting an employee engagement survey and identifying recommended next steps from the survey outcomes is the easy part, but obtaining true buy-in and ownership from business leaders is where the HR magic really takes place. You know you have succeeded when business leaders see the significance of employee engagement survey data in the same light that they look at other key company performance data in how it impacts the overall business strategy. You know have succeeded when outcomes from the survey impact the ongoing, day-to-day behaviors and activities of the company’s leaders. So if we know what success should look like, then what is the issue… why are we not achieving these success points? This is the true challenge, so this session will focus on providing insights on how HR leaders can build a road map and strategy for their companies that helps ensure they accomplish these successes. At this event, you will join a panelist team that have extensive experience and expertise in making this happen.
Brad Federman, Chief Operation Officer of F&H Solutions Group
Brad is an author, a speaker and a consultant with more than 22 years of corporate experience in various aspects of human resources including performance management and employee engagement, employee compensation, executive recruiting, change management and instructional design. His background also includes sales, marketing, product development and operations. Brad works with clients to create healthy organizations through employee and customer engagement, leadership, sales and customer service. He helps clients develop the best talent and reputation and provides them with the tools to help clients become the organization of choice for both employees and customers. In 2013, Brad’s performance improvement company, Performancepoint, LLC, merged with F&H Solutions Group to offer clients a strengthened portfolio of human resources consulting and performance improvement services and products. Prior to founding Performancepoint, Brad was the executive vice president of Novations Group and has held leadership positions with Accenture and Humana Inc. He is a frequently requested featured speaker at conferences and business meetings worldwide. He is the author of Employee Engagement: A Roadmap for Creating Profits, Optimizing Performance, and Increasing Loyalty and a contributing author to 101 Ways to Enhance Your Career. He also has been interviewed for articles in numerous publications such as Fortune Small Business, Los Angeles Times and HR Magazine.
Erin Correa, Manager, Talent Management of Discover Financial Services:
Erin leads the employee engagement activities for all Discover employees. She led the development and implementation of a company-wide Engage365 effort, an initiative focused on making engagement an everyday conversation. In her role she also supports various talent management initiatives including change management, performance management, succession planning, competency modeling and 360 feedback. Prior to her role in talent management, Erin spent over 10 years in learning and development. Before coming to Discover, Erin was the Executive Director for The Leadership Institute-Women with Purpose, Inc. (The LI). In that role she led the development, implementation and continued growth of leadership development and training solutions through a variety of blended learning strategies.
Chris Pinc, Global Leader of Employee Survey and Research Practice for Towers Watson
Chris holds ultimate accountability for ensuring close coordination of Towers Watson’s global survey resources, and for the quality of our client deliverables. He also holds the position of Consulting Director and specializes in helping clients understand the links between business strategy and organizational culture. Chris has more than eight years of experience conducting survey research and has led many of Towers Watson’s largest employee engagement projects. He has worked with many organizations undergoing organizational transformations, as well as those focused on implementing major changes in strategic direction, and has helped them to use employee engagement initiatives to drive improvements in business performance. Additionally, he has been a speaker at numerous events and conferences, including the HR Leadership Summit and World at Work, and was a guest lecturer at the Harvard School of Public Health. Chris also has extensive experience living and working abroad, giving him a broad global perspective on workplace and human capital issues. Fluent in Spanish, Japanese and English, he has coached managers at numerous organizations to help resolve problems in diverse workplaces and complex organizational cultures. He holds a Ph.D. in development economics from the University of Nagoya, Japan. Prior to joining Towers Watson, Chris performed survey work with the United Nations Development Program in La Paz, Bolivia.
Jo Ann Porter, CPA, Partner, and Director of Human Capital for Warady & Davis, LLC
Jo Ann will bring a unique business leader perspective to this topic. For over 30 years, she has provided audit, accounting, tax and consulting services to a wide variety of industries including real estate, construction, manufacturing, distribution and numerous service industries. Jo Ann has in-depth expertise in audit, accounting and tax issues of all phases of real estate projects. She currently is involved with a number of significant builders and developers and their projects including land development of home and retail sites in the Southwest suburbs, development and construction of custom home sites in the North Shore and other geographic areas, acquisition and development of commercial builders in multi-states and property management in downtown Chicago. Along with servicing her clients, she plays a key role within Warady & Davis LLP. She serves on the firm's Executive Committee, is the Director of Human Capital for Warady & Davis and is actively involved in the firm's initiative to promote employee retention and satisfaction in the work environment.
This program will be moderated by Steve Garrett, Senior Consultant for Career Systems International. He has over 25 years of consulting and corporate experience in the organizational talent management and individual coaching arenas. As a senior consultant for Career Systems International, Steve provides guidance and support to organizations in the design and delivery of employee retention/engagement, mentoring, and career development programs. He is known for his insightful “systems thinking” around organizational talent management and for his energetic, passionate facilitation and coaching skills. Steve’s client experience spans many Fortune 500 companies and industries including financial services, healthcare, telecommunications, manufacturing, consumer products and public accounting.
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Please note: This program is 30 minutes longer than usual. Also, please park on the West Side of the Parking Lot.
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