Qualifies for 6 SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) / HRCI Recertification Credits
Registration: Networking Lunch Included!
Young Professional Members: $75
Young Professional General: $150 (includes one-year NCHRA Membership)
NCHRA Members: $125
You'll make a great leader! Get the skills to succeed.
Designed with emerging leaders in mind, the YP Summit provides invaluable techniques for succeeding as a next generation leader. Discover strategies for transitioning to a leadership role, getting buy-in from others, and making decisions using big data. Plus, at our networking lunch, you'll meet other YPs like yourself, as well as seasoned HR pros - presenting a learning opportunity like no other.
Not a Young Professional? The YP Summit is open to all. Come out and support the next generation of HR!
8:30 - 9:30am: To Infinity…and Beyond: Next Generation Leadership Strategies
Gwen Haney, Director, Change Management, Future State Inc.
As business needs evolve, HR must also adapt people, process and technology strategies to align and support the organization. Develop a deep understanding of environmental pressures, the core elements of transformation and your role in leading change efforts. In addition, you’ll gain valuable insight into becoming an HR leader within your organization and profession.
9:45 - 10:45am: Winning! Maximizing Your Personal Effectiveness
Margaret Graziano, CEO, KeenAlignment
Tap into your real power as you attract, select and retain talent for your company. By first understanding your own behavioral style, and delving into strategies to identify and engage the behavioral styles of your talent, you will enhance your personal performance, and the performance of your company. Learn how to skillfully adapt your style in response to the style of others, and effectively influence the creation of high-level performing teams. You’ll leave the session able to define your individualized winning formula!
11:00am - 12:00pm: Compensation Planning That Gets Results
Clifford Stephan, Principal, One Compensation
Employee turnover, loss of key contributors, difficulty attracting new talent, and low morale. Common HR problems with a common source -- poor compensation planning. Find out how the right compensation strategy can prevent some of the biggest problems that a company faces, and what you need to know about the benchmarking process. You’ll formulate a strategy that facilitates handling problems proactively, rather than reactively, and be prepared to jump into compensation planning head-on.
12:00 - 1:00pm – Networking Lunch
1:00 - 2:00pm: From A-Z: Getting Started with Predictive Analytics
Felicia Moghadam, CEO,Talent Sity
Smart companies know the time is now to embrace big data. You can no longer afford to make decisions based solely on gut feelings. Learn how to talk about big data like a pro, including reading graphs and ensuring they portray an accurate organizational picture. You’ll have a chance to talk about the theories behind predictive analytics and how to apply the insights to your organization. Leave the session ready to get from A-Z using analytics.
2:15 - 3:15pm: Leveraging Influence: The Secret to Getting Buy-In
Laura Renner, Managing Director, Hiring Coach
HR professionals can have incredible influence, or be completely sidelined. Discover tools for influencing others in your organization, your team and your life. You’ll explore where influence comes from and find out how to harness more of it. Leave the session able to use communication as a leadership tool, including persuading and convincing others, setting expectations and giving feedback. The secret? Doing it all in a non-confrontational manner. Get an approach to use with those outside of the HR department and methods to determine what works for you.
3:30 - 4:30pm: A Gucci Problem: What If Everyone Wanted to Work for You?
Liz Wessel, CEO, Campus Job
Learn how to evaluate and implement new recruitment platforms, strategies and processes to facilitate in an organization's growth. From getting everyone to want to work for you to evaluating who you actually want to hire and how you want to hire them, you’ll leave this session ready to build an effective recruiting strategy. Take a look at the latest technology, communication techniques and creative methods of outreach. How will you handle the influx of people who want to work for you? We call that a Gucci problem!
About the Presenters
Margaret Graziano, CEO of KeenAlignment, is a speaker, Executive Coach, Certified Employee Retention Specialist and Trainer and an Organizational Development Specialist. With more than 20 years’ experience in the talent acquisition and workforce optimization industry, she draws on real-world, hands-on experiences that challenge existing talent management paradigms. Her captivating presentations provide her customers with actionable, practical ideas to maximize employee effectiveness and ability to create high-performing teams.
Gwen Haney, Director, Change Management at Future State Inc., has 12 years’ experience in Human Resources including 9 years’ experience with HR technology implementations, project management, change management, and business process design. She has a great ability to execute cross-functional, medium to large scale projects, often serving as a bridge between the business, HR operations, technical teams and vendors. Prior to Future State, Gwen was Lead Consultant - HR Service Delivery at Kivala-HR. Gwen has a Master’s degree in Business Administration and International Business with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and Human Resource Management.
Felicia Moghadam is the Founder & CEO of TalentSity, an employee engagement and talent mobility solution that collects data for talent analytics. She previously worked for one of the top 5 worldwide executive coaching firms, Center for Creative Leadership, has a Master's degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and holds several personality assessment certifications. With cutting edge, design focused technology, she has collaborated with Workforce Planning and Analytics leaders from Fortune 5 Companies to deliver the next, most exciting platform for Millennials.
Laura Yang Renner founded Hiring Coach in 2013 when she noticed many small business employers needed help with recruiting and workforce support. She graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy with a bachelor's of science in English and a minor in Chinese-Mandarin. Laura served as a Public Affairs officer before leaving the Air Force to earn an International MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. She has worked for nearly fifteen years dealing directly with people, whether in public relations, foreign relations, education or human resources. She has led teams, sat on boards, created initiatives and mentored women into empowerment. Laura enjoys traveling, running and story-worthy adventures.
Clifford Stephan is the Principal Consultant for his company, One Compensation. Originally from Sunnyvale, CA., Clifford earned his degree from California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo and started working in the Human Resources industry in 1998. While working for several companies, Clifford honed his ability to design strategic compensation plans that could target employee retention issues and differentiate companies from their competition. For almost ten years, One Compensation has helped companies across industries including like LinkedIn, Google, Eventbrite, Stanford Health Care and the University of California Office of the President. When Clifford’s away from the office, he enjoys competing in triathlons, cooking, and hanging out with his family.
Liz Wessel is CEO and Co-founder of Campus Job, the #1 marketplace for college students to get jobs and internships. Campus Job was founded in September 2014 but has grown quickly since, raising $9.1M in Venture Capital, helping hundreds of thousands of registered student users (who represent 2,450 college campuses), as well as thousands of employers (from Fortune 500s to Startups to NGOs). Campus Job has been named by CNN as one of the 30 most innovative companies changing the world in 2015, and Liz Wessel has been named by Business Insider as one of the Silicon Valley 100. Before starting Campus Job, Liz worked at Google, where she helped with some recruitment, but spent most of her time in her core role as a Product Marketing Manager.
Cancellations received less than seven calendar days from the program date are not refundable. If cancellation within seven days of the program is unavoidable, a credit for a future event will be granted, minus a $75 administration fee ($15 for regional meetings). Credits must be used within one year of issue. A substitute attendee is allowed at the applicable NCHRA member/non-member rate in lieu of credit. Separate cancellation policies apply for the HR West Conference and certification preparation courses.