HR 2.0: Trends, Technology & Transformation of the Talent Economy

  • April 06, 2010
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • HILTON GARDEN INN

HR 2.0: Trends, Technology & Transformation of the Talent Economy

Presenter: Ryan Estis

Cost for FMHRA Members is $125
($150 for non-FMHRA members)

This program is approved for 7.00 strategic credits.
Register at http://conferences.und.edu/HR2/

TALENT is an organization’s most significant competitive advantage. Through this challenging economic climate employers have been forced to balance harsh realities around declining revenue and cost containment with employee engagement and productivity, while preparing the business to succeed and grow into the future.

Amid those challenges we are witness to the practice of HR transforming as we prepare to emerge from this recession. As new tools and technology become refined for our practice and reach mainstream adoption, the game will forever change to the benefit of the early adopters and visionary HR leaders who consider and deploy strategy upgrades today. But tools and technology aren’t enough and as everyone moves to adopt the right solutions suite the playing field can be leveled quickly. The sustainable advantage will be captured in the blend, where tools, technology, and refined data management meet advanced relational and networking skills that combined foster more immediate, impactful and productive relationships in our workplace that extend through the entire talent lifecycle. And the impact and outcomes will be expected and measured.

We are experiencing the lowest level of employee engagement in two decades. Expectations have escalated. Attention spans have shorted. Response and feedback occur immediately. And people expect to participate more openly in the process and derive more meaning from their work experience. Communication in the digital age is now about positive interactions that create a very personalized experience. This workshop experience will review the essence of cultivating a sustainable talent advantage through high engagement work cultures and introduce new tools, techniques and technology that pace with the evolving trend line in the practice of people. Ryan will challenge conventional thinking with emphasis on innovation and strategy that offer the audience ‘actionable content’ that can impact the organization immediately.

Key take away includes:

Talent First HR

Branding for Talent and the Reputation Revolution

The 8 C’s of My Web, My Way

Brand You & The Digital Footprint

The HR 2.0 Intersection

The Generational Divide

Measurement

High Engagement = High Performance

Organizations preparing for the future know the ultimate throttle on growth and success isn’t just about markets, technology, and innovation. In fact, there is one critical consideration above all others: the ability to get and keep enough of the right people.

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