Tech marches on in full swing as HR leaders look to transition from old workforce models into the new hybrid workplace norm.
As your organization strives to create a sustainable, productive, engaged, and inclusive workplace environment, it is crucial to understand which technologies will best align with business goals, and which are more hype than help.
Join us for the HR Technology Leadership Forum: Tech Transformation on February 7, 2023, where you will hear from innovative leaders on insight and solutions for getting started with and mastering an HR tech transformation.
You will learn:
Hyper-personalization is at the forefront for HR leaders and their teams. Not only does hyper-personalization give employees more flexibility, but it also harnesses employee feedback to structure a work environment that best suits each individual. This is all part of the employee experience and ensuring employees are content and happy in their roles within the organization. Although this approach may not be possible for varying industries, the overall goal of hyper-personalization is to promote communication, collaboration, and strengthen company culture.
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New HR technologies are taking organizations by storm, forcing HR leaders and their teams to implement new tools and focus on workplace digitization. This is especially important as companies continue to manage hybrid workforces. So, how is HR remodeling their technology infrastructures to incorporate new digital transformation initiatives for long-term success?
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Executive Coach & HR Consultant (Retired CHRO - MGM Resorts)
Human Resources Director
Senior Vice President of Human Resources; Board of Directors
An AI revolution is coming to HR. AI will increase efficiency, aide decision making, and allow HR professionals to focus on what they do best: building human connections that are at the heart of HR. But before AI can transform your organization, you’re going to have to learn how to lead it. That’s because AI isn’t just another tool. It’s a new kind of employee.
During this session, attendees will learn strategies for partnering with their new virtual teammates and how HR leaders can lead the AI transformation in their organization.
Chief Human Resources Officer
From the digital revolution to intelligent workflows, personalized omni channel frictionless customer experiences, and personalized skills-based talent development, companies are accelerating the digital optimization of their organizations to design technology ecosystems and for a future-ready workforce. In this session, you will hear about the digital workplace and the new ways of thinking, leading others, and activating digital ecosystems that are shaping the future of HR.
During this session participants will learn to:
Former Vice President, Organizational Effectiveness
As HR teams navigate the new year, one trend that is taking priority is “employee listening”. By utilizing passive listening tools, HR leaders are able to aggregate employee data to improve the employee experience and understand behaviors that shape work environments. HR technologies that have passive listening capabilities offer HR teams incredible insights into employee productivity, engagement, feedback, and overall operational efficiency.
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Head of US People & Organizational Development
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