When the world went virtual, some HR departments failed to stand up to the gargantuan tech challenges needed to drive HR success. Even those companies who managed to mobilize HR tech to meet the demands at the start of the pandemic may now be seeking tools and strategies to grow and prosper in an uber-competitive hiring landscape.

Whether you are looking to optimize use of current HR systems or seeking the latest tools, the HR Leadership Forum: Tech Check 2022 on October 6, 2022 will give you the insight you need to make better HR system and management decisions.

From understanding which tools and processes will support your business now and in the future to proven ways to assure that your workplace continues to be data-driven and innovative, you will learn:

  • How to design/tweak a total rewards and wellness approach that will help you thrive in the Great Resignation (and beyond)
  • Ways to enable a more connected employee experience across the enterprise with an eye towards DEI and fairness
  • The latest HR trends and how they are shaping the future of workforce management
  • How top companies are assuring that their enterprises are future-ready
  • Ways to protect workplace data and how to comply with the latest data privacy compliance laws


Vicki-lynn Brunskill

Executive Director of Content & Production

Jason Cerrato

Senior Director, Product Marketing
Eightfold AI

Octavio Hernández

Sr. Manager, Product Marketing
Globalization Partners

Nick Ionita

Head of Product Strategy & GM, Beamery Grow

Deborah Kuness

Senior Business Psychologist

Scott T. Lashway

Partner, Co-leader Privacy and Data Security Practice

Shekar Nalle Pilli Venkateswara

Senior Director, Work & Rewards
Willis Towers Watson

Alyona Richey

Director, HR Compensation and Benefits

Stephen Roche

Chief Executive Officer
Cloud Services Solutions

Nicole Sloane

Employee Experience Leader

Vandi Theriot

Career & HR Coach

Emma Woodthorpe

Chief People Officer
Brooks Automation

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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