The HR space is still highly unsettled. Workers have higher expectations of their employers than ever before, and many are taking their talents to new companies in order to feel more engaged and valued.
The pre-pandemic workforce is gone and a new normal is still coming into focus. During these changing times, it is crucial for HR leaders to master the use of talent analytics and other technologies to remain competitive.
Argyle’s HR Leadership Forum on November 17, 2022 will convene HR experts from leading enterprises for a day of practical information and guidance that you can use in your own business.
Join us for this virtual event to learn:
Improving employee performance is a team effort: employees, their direct reports and their leaders must work together to achieve lasting, measurable performance improvements. Two-way and multidirectional coaching can help you make a game plan to unite your team’s contributions into real improvement.
Join this keynote session at the Argyle HR Leadership Forum to learn how you can use two-way and multidirectional coaching to revitalize your performance improvement.
You will also learn:
Vice President of Culture and Coaching
Enterprises that treat their current and potential employees unfairly are setting themselves up for unnecessary risk at best and outright failure at worst. Like any tool, HR Analytics can cut both ways: HR leaders can use Talent Analytics to create a fairer workplace, or to reinforce costly prejudices. How can Talent Analytics techniques help practitioners see where current and potential employees are being treated unfairly, and to make an action plan for a fairer workplace?
Join this panel discussion for a timely discussion of how to use these powerful tools in the service of a fairer workplace.
You will also learn:
Chief Inclusion and Collaboration Officer, Inclusive Future and Strategy Director
Senior Associate Director, People Analytics
Senior Manager, People Analytics
People Analytics and Workforce Planning Leader
HR teams are responsible for making key company decisions – one of the more difficult and complex tasks they must juggle. HR must optimize each stage of the employee lifecycle and all the related employee-oriented tasks, including the hiring, onboarding, and offboarding processes. With such a huge responsibility, how do they ensure they’re making the best decisions for their organization? Many HR leaders rely on HR analytics to make data-informed decisions as they assess candidates, build upskilling opportunities, and plan for the next generation of employee experience and global remote work.
It’s easier for smaller companies to efficiently track and organize their relevant information. However, as companies grow, and their headcount increases, the challenges of leveraging data to manage their workforce are inevitable.
Thankfully, new HR software streamlines the organization of important information for companies of all sizes. To reap the benefits of this software, businesses must not only learn how to best utilize it, but how to navigate the challenges that could arise from implementing a new system.
In this session, G-P’s Pooja Chugh, Director of Talent Acquisition, will share her expertise about:
Director of Talent Acquisition
The events of the past two years have changed the world of work and tested organizational cultures. In this webinar, Ben Eubanks, Chief Research Officer at Lighthouse Research & Advisory, will discuss how collecting and acting on employee feedback enables you to support your employees through difficult times and strengthen your culture.
Attendees will learn ways to build organizational resilience by:
Chief Research Officer
The transition to a more inclusive workplace culture is possibly both the most challenging and rewarding change management project an HR leader can undertake. It tests both hard and soft skills, and requires that leaders think critically about long held beliefs.
Join Argyle’s HR Leadership Forum for this unique keynote presentation that will help you position your culture change initiative for success. You will also learn:
Vice President- Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
With the Great Resignation now a fact of life and in-person workplaces reopening, it’s a good time to think about what HR tech trends will be in play in 2023. What does the arrival of more economical and accessible AI and ML-powered HR technologies mean for you? How will the HR function change as HR technology migrates to the cloud and more enterprises permanently transition to hybrid work?
Join our expert panel for a look around the corner at the technological tools, ideas and developments that will have an impact on HR leaders next year.
You will also learn:
Vice President of Human Resources and Talent Development
Director, Customer Experience
Head of People, HRBP/ Strategic Operations
Director, HR Information Technology
What’s trending in the leadership space for 2023, and why does it matter? As you know, engagement and retention rates are a top concern among HR professionals. Having the current trends on your radar will allow you to better understand your leaders and drive active participation among them.
We’ve pooled exciting data, research, and client feedback to share the most important leadership trends for the upcoming year. Learn more about these crucial trends and how to use them to shape your leadership development and retention strategies for 2023.
Join Stephanie Neal, Director of DDI’s Center for Analytics and Behavioral Research, as she explores:
Director, Center for Analytics and Behavioral Research (CABER)
Join us for a fireside chat discussion with HiBob and TripActions on how organizations can modernize their talent acquisition strategy and operations in the modern world of work. We’ll touch on technology and processes that can help improve the candidate experience, and reduce complexities for talent acquisition teams.
A few key takeaways:
Talent Acquisition Manager- United States
Director, People Development
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