In the last few weeks I’ve had the pleasure of visiting Toronto and the Caribbean to speak about metrics, evidence, and leading change. It’s been wonderful to speak to hundreds of HR pros between the two events, but I also realize that many of you are looking for quality content and conversations to improve your own HR service delivery.
With that in mind, I’m going to run a mini virtual HR conference at 11am Central time on February 20th and 21st. Here’s the schedule:
- Tuesday, March 6th Metrics: Measuring HR’s Business Value
- Wednesday, Marcy 7thÂ Driving Change: How HR Can Lead Effective Change Management Practices
These sessions have been previously approved for business credits from HRCI and general professional development credits from SHRM.
If you’re interested in attending, you can register below or on our registration page:
Register forÂ the event
Session 1: Metrics: Measuring HR’s Business Value
â€œIf it can't be measured, don't do it.â€ This quote from a conversation with a CEO of a global enterprise has a powerful ring to it â€” but do we really have the ability to measure everything that we do in the business? This session is designed to help HR leaders understand how to create a measurement mindset that looks first to data to help solve organizational problems. Explore examples of balanced scorecards and unique metrics created to align with business objectives, as well as case studies of metrics in action. Find out how to develop an evidence-based approach to solving business problems.
Session 2: Leading Change: How HR Can Lead Effective Change Management Practices
Change, funny enough, is unchanging. Every day there are new challenges and opportunities, but are our organizations ready for this pace? In this lively session, Ben Eubanks will examine the increasing pace of change for the business world and what it means for those tasked with internal change management practices. Are the old methods still enough, or do we need a new model? In addition, we’ll explore principles of influence, such as building alliances, considering stakeholder inputs, and more. The session will include case studies of companies that have successfully (and unsuccessfully) faced change head-on and the lessons found within.
Register forÂ the event
FYI:Â This workshop has previously been pre-approved for 3 hours of business credits with HRCI (3 SHRM PDC’s). Contact me for detailsÂ if you’re interested in having this session delivered to your local SHRM chapter or HR group,Â
If you missed seeing me these last few weeks on the road, I’d love to have you join me!