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HRMAC CHRO Roundtables are forums exclusively for senior HR executives (and senior HR executives in transition) to gather and discuss hot topics and critical issues. These informative, educational sessions provide participants with a local peer network to share leading-edge information and benchmark against best practices in a neutral setting. Held 5 times annually, the Roundtables are designed as an opportunity for CHRO-level executives from HRMAC member companies to enjoy highly interactive forums on a strategic topic of interest.

Each program begins with topical material presented by a content expert(s) from sponsor organizations and includes opportunities for open discussion and dialogue among attendees.

Schedule of CHRO Roundtables at a Glance


2017-2018 Detailed Schedule of CHRO Roundtables

 

November 14, 2017: Evolution of Performance Management
TTX, 101 N. Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL
Networking: 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM, Program: 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM
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At the Evolution of Performance Management Roundtable, thought Leader Brad Karsh shares an update on the state of performance management initiatives at Fortune 500 companies. In the past four years, best-in-class performance management has been redefined across industries. We have made the shift from annual reviews, forms, and ratings to real-time, personalized, informal feedback conversations. The consensus among leaders is that we are moving in the right direction - but where do we go from here? CHROs across industries can continue to push the envelope as they build a culture of feedback that generates a greater ROI for the business. Karsh shares insights for building a business case for feedback and creating strategic partnerships with other C-suite leaders to meet business objectives. Importantly, CHROs will have the chance to hear from each other to share their own successes and growing pains in this transition.

Questions that will be addressed:

  • How will a new performance management program align with business strategy?
  • Will company culture shift with the introduction of a new performance management program?
  • How will a new performance management system effect the bottom line?
  • How can spot coaching change the relationships of managers and direct reports in my organization?

Brad Karsh, CEO and Founder, JB Training Solutions

Courtney Templin, President, JB Training Solutions

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January 30, 2018: Talent Management and Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Location: TBD
Networking: TBD, Program: TBD
Registration Coming Soon

The talent challenge remains on the forefront of a CEO's mind.  As the supply for talent is shifting, the demand is increasing making competition for talent to be intense.  Where does Artificial Intelligence (AI) fit in and how can HR help their business manage and capitalize on this new trend? 

Sponsored By:

Zeroed In Technology

 

 

March 20, 2018: Developing Leaders in your Succession Pipeline
Location: TBD
Networking: TBD, Program: TBD
Registration Coming Soon

Succession Planning may not be easy, but it can be done. The next challenge we face is to take succession plans from our HR systems and spreadsheets and put them into action. How do we help ensure a leader will be ready, and have the trust of senior management, in 1, 2 or more years? Learn best practices and case studies on how to develop leaders for their future roles through leadership development, experiences and other programs.

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May 22, 2018: Culture and Transformation
Location: TBD
Networking: TBD, Program: TBD
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Culture is on the corporate agenda.  When overlooked or oppositional to the strategy, the results can be harmful for the business. While managing in the age of mergers, acquisitions, a new workforce and the use of artificial intelligence, HR Leaders need to help lead and identify cultural aspects that need to be retained and those that need to evolve or be adopted.  In order for the business culture to transform and expand, becoming greater than it has ever been, how does HR help lead and shape new behaviors for the organization?  

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June 19, 2018: Wellness and Mindfulness
Location: TBD
Networking: TBD, Program: TBD
Registration Coming Soon

Creating a culture of wellness means fostering a workplace that encourages and promotes the well-being of your employees.  It means supporting employees striving for the balance in their personal and professional lives, focusing on the physical as well as building mental health assets and growing human resilience.  Scientific evidence suggests that mindfulness can help address workplace challenges and foster greater wellness and productivity on the job.  How do organizations systematically lead, measure, build, embed and evaluate well-being initiatives and resilience in the workplace?  How can mindfulness be brought into the organization?  What are the key practices to foster mindfulness and well-being at work?

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