The Argyle Group presents the Argyle Digital Human Resources Leadership Forum, an intimate online gathering for HR executives in search of peer to peer discussions and deep-dive examinations into the challenges facing you today:
At this exclusive, invite-only event, Argyle Executive Forum, in collaboration with our CHRO Advisory Board brings together senior HR leaders, analysts, and technology experts to share insights on emerging tools, processes, and technologies, along with best practices for training, recruiting and retention, including:
Why attend the Argyle Digital Human Resources Leadership Forum?
Today’s HR executive is a critical partner in any organization’s success and growth. Modern senior HR executives are re-imagining work and operate at the intersection of talent and technology. Argyle’s CHRO Leadership Forum provides the relationships, resources, and solutions to help HR leaders digitally transform their organization to become the workplace of the future.
10:45 AM - 10:50 AM ET
10:50 AM - 11:20 AM ET
HR departments are knee-deep in people data. Yet, many organizations struggle to turn collected metrics and analytics into actionable business initiatives. In this session, you will learn how many organizations are utilizing data to enhance and create business strategies that drive workforce success.
Key takeaways will include:
Lydia WuHead of Talent AnalyticsPanasonic
11:25 AM - 12:10 PM ET
Experiences in the workplaces are often designed in the absence of knowing what employees really want or need. Organizations deploy annual or bi-annual engagement surveys, but these tools lack the ability to understand employees in their day-to-day work life and fail to uncover emerging risks and detect patterns in employee attitudes. By not engaging employees at a more frequent cadence, companies are at risk of acting too late on issues that have real impact on employee sentiment.
This conversation will focus on why Employee Experience must shift from an HR-only priority but grow to a company-wide initiative to gain a more real-time understanding of how employees are doing and what can be done to improve their experience across the organization. Our discussion will empower you to:
Hosted by: Medallia
Melissa Arronte, Ph.DSolution Principal, Employee ExperienceMedallia
Neynes LadhaDigital Solutions, Service & Improvement DirectorBT
12:15 PM - 1 PM ET
From recruitment to mentoring, human resources professionals stand at the forefront of strategy for diversity and inclusion. Survey after survey shows that companies that hire more dynamically in terms of gender, culture and ethnicities, outperform employers that fail to make diversity a priority. From recruiting, to rewards and recognition, being a diverse and inclusive organization requires a whole new way of hiring and managing talent.
Beyond compliance legislation and the latest headline news, this session will drill down on:
Natalie RunyonDirector, Enterprise Content, Talent, Culture and Inclusion Strategist, Market Insights Thomson Reuters
Jeanette BashfordGlobal Head of HR, EngineeringBloomberg
Mario GaglianoVice President, Biopharma HR, Emerging Markets Pfizer
Nicholas IadevaioVice President of Human Resources L'Oreal USA
Demetria JohnsonInclusion & Diversity Talent Acquisition StrategistGilead Sciences
1 PM - 2:15 PM ET
2:15 PM - 2:45 PM ET
As every great human capital leader knows, the secret to success is thinking proactively. But even the best and brightest could not have prepared for a global shutdown, mass layoffs, and the instantaneous alteration of an entire workforce. Looking one step ahead keeps your workforce agile and ready for what might come. Now more than ever, leaders must focus on the future of work. This session will revisit lessons learned during the COVID-19 shutdown, ways to develop organizational responses to the impacts of current and future crisis, and how to help hire, cultivate and reorient talent strategies.
Topics of discussion include, but are not limited to:
Laura LeeChief Human Resources OfficerMGM Resorts International
2:50 PM - 3:35 PM ET
HR software is evolving at warp speed! From chatbots to virtual reality, technology is transforming the way HR does business. Keeping up with all the opportunities and innovations to make HR processes more efficient and effective is a challenge for even the most tech-savvy HR professionals. Attend this panel discussion to learn how top companies are combining intelligent technology with human ingenuity, and which HR technology types drive the most significant results and value.
Topics of discussion include, but are not limited to:
Monique JeffersonHead of HR, Business Services-Americas and Global IT HR Business PartnerHogan Lovells
Jeffrey GalushaVice President, Global HRISSotheby's
Jeremy D. PrestonInformation Systems, IT Director – HR & Legal The Dow Chemical Company
3:40 PM - 4:10 PM ET
Fundamentally, work is being disrupted, and the need for ‘digital’ and associated relevant skills – such as adaptability, critical thinking, data sciences, and application development – is critical. Given the tight talent market, organizations have turned internally to their workforces to digitally upskill talent. Thus far, results are underwhelming. Only 17% of U.S. CEOs say their upskilling programs have been very effective in filling the gap – there’s much more work to be done.
The good news is that, fundamentally, employees want relevant skills and are willing to learn new skills or completely retrain to improve their future employability. The challenge is for organizations to align their leadership, technology infrastructure and digital upskilling programs across the talent lifecycle to deliver on transformation in the business.
Attend this session to learn:
Julia LammPartner, Financial Services People And Organization PracticePwC
4:15 PM - 5 PM ET
Thriving in today’s new normal has thrust senior HR professionals on a journey to resiliency. Building resiliency within an enterprise’s workforce enables it to quickly adapt no matter the crisis.
The critical need is to build and enable a highly productive workforce capable of collaborating, running workshops, executing projects and running business operations in a new normal full of ever-changing conditions. And while most enterprises have come out of the initial chaos of the crisis with a more stabilized and operational footing, HR leaders must now shift their focus to react and adapt for a ‘future unexpected.’
This chat will focus on building out an organization’s ability to respond to changing conditions quickly and effectively and how to balance addressing immediate threats while establishing longer-term success.
Our discussion will empower you to:
Hosted by: IBM
*By attending this IBM session, you will be entered into a raffle to win a $100 Mastercard gift card. This offer is available to eligible Human Resources professionals. You are eligible to be entered into the free prize draw if you meet the following criteria 1) Valid U.S. mailing address 2) Valid email address 3) Must have a title of Director or higher 4) Company revenue must exceed $100M 5) Must reside in the United States. Gift card can take up to 1 week to process if eligible.
Victoria PelletierV.P., North America Talent & Transformation LeaderIBM Services
Ola SnowChief Human Resources ManagerCardinal Health
5 PM - 5:05 PM ET
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