As HR teams navigate the second half of 2023, these resilient leaders are forced to address continuously changing workforce and employee demands. By harnessing the power of new tools and technologies, HR professionals are able to streamline strategic operations to stay ahead of challenges and remain agile amidst unforeseen disruption.

There are many benefits of implementing new technologies for the HR function, and automation capabilities will allow CHROs and their teams to eliminate manual tasks, improve traditional processes, and free up time.

Technological developments such as artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to improve the recruitment process and enhance visibility into critical data and analytics that will help determine the best candidates for open positions. HR technologies will also help increase remote-work productivity while managing a distributed workforce, provide employees with self-service platforms, and advance online employee training opportunities.

In this Argyle HR Technology Leadership Forum, you will learn:

  • How to harness technologies and solutions to ensure your organization is up to date with compliance, laws, and regulations
  • Ways HR technology can be cost-effective for the entire organization, including the cost savings of self-service technology
  • Best practices for training employees on new technology implementations
  • The various HR technologies available, including AI, ML, and various automation tools
  • How to successfully adapt to new transformation initiatives and address any reluctance to change from existing employees


Mohamed Ali

Senior Vice President, Global People Partner
Dow Jones

Tonya Carter

Chief Human Resources Officer
Muscogee County School District

Jason Cerrato

Senior Director, Product Marketing
Eightfold AI

Dev Das

Vice President, HR Operations

Julie Develin

Senior Partner, HCM Advisory

Brigette McInnis-Day

Chief People Officer

Drew McLaughlin

Vice President Human Resources
Mattson Technology

Ahmad Noordin

Senior Director, People Operations

Lauretta Siggers

Vice President of Human Resources and Talent Development
Cambridge College

Alex Smith

Jon Tice

Vice President, Global HR

Tracey Tiska

Senior Vice President, Human Resources - Business Segment HR
McGraw Hill

Ekta Vyas Ph.D, SHRM-SCP

Chief Human Resources Officer
Keck Medicine of USC

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Advisory Board

We are proud to share with you the following Argyle Industry Influencers. Their contributions to Argyle help keep the programs we offer our membership current and relevant, so we can continue delivering you premiere experiences, content development, and membership engagement.

Trent Cotton

Vice President of Talent and Culture

Christina A. Gasperino

Vice President, Human Resources
Florida's Natural Growers

Freda Green

Senior Talent Acquisition Partner – Equity, Diversity and Belonging
RTI International

Elizabeth Hall

Vice President, Employee Experience
Cambia Health Solutions

Andrea Herron

Head of People, HRBP/ Strategic Operations

Monique Jefferson

Chief People Officer
Community Preservation Corporation

Demetria Johnson

D&I Early in Career Partner

Quinn Knudsen

Head of People Analytics, NA

Laura Lee

Executive Coach & HR Consultant (Retired CHRO - MGM Resorts)

Stacey Lewis

Chief Executive Officer/ Chief Influencer
HR Interrupted

Rob Markovic

Global Vice President, Workforce Planning and Talent Acquisition
PHC Group