C2HR is pleased to make the dynamic sessions from the 2022 C2HR CON available for on demand viewing. We also invite you to save the date for the 2023 C2HR CON in Brooklyn, NYC on August 8-9, 2023.
The Great Reimagination
With employees more willing than ever to leave for fresh opportunities, and companies struggling to resume pre-pandemic operations with fewer people, leaders have an opportunity to reimagine the workforce, the workplace, and work itself. This session will explore the reasons and triggers behind why workers are leaving and share powerful strategies to reimagine what’s next. Leaders from Deloitte’s Human Capital practice will share insights to better empower people, rethink talent strategies, shift from traditional workforce systems to more flexible ecosystems, and create a better experience for all employees while delivering superior outcomes for customers and stakeholders. To further unlock this potential, leaders need to shift their thinking on talent and the very nature of work itself. We believe that begins with our ability to understand industries and sectors deeply, connect with their purpose, and see how each role and process serves organizations and the forces at play.
John Brownridge, Principal, Human Capital, Deloitte Consulting
Karen Weisz, Managing Director, Human Capital, Deloitte Consulting
While the pandemic halted many aspects of our daily lives, it did not stop the need to recruit talent. As a result, the traditional onboarding process was shifted to a virtual model. During this dynamic conversation between two experts, attendees will explore how industry employers have innovated the preboarding/onboarding process to elevate engagement, improve retention and facilitate the transition from new hire to confident employee.
Chad Prosser, Senior Program Manager, Cox Communications
Chance Cassidy, VP, Employee Service Center, Charter Communications
This dynamic panel will challenge your thinking on diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice initiatives and reveal pathways to advance your organization’s efforts. The expert panelists will discuss how organizations move beyond diversity statements and ERGs to cultivate a culture that champions DEIJ and delivers measurable results. The group will explore how policies, practices and leadership must embody the core tenets of diversity and inclusion to achieve true equity.
Matthew Harrison, SVP, Talent & Development & DEI, Jackson Healthcare
Keep calm and carry on is a popular slogan that encourages resilience in the face of adversity. It’s a lot easier to achieve if one has a plan of action in place before the challenge arises. During this session, two experts will engage in a dynamic dialog to break down HR’s role in crisis planning and the importance of clear and consistent communications to employees to reduce fear, uncertainty and the spread of misinformation.
Paul Homer, Senior irector, Employee Relations, ESPN
Cultivating an Innovative Culture & Engaged Workforce
Achieving a workforce that is engaged, inclusive and collaborative takes a special kind of commitment. It requires breaking down silos, building trust, and creating a safe environment that encourages risk taking and authentic conversations. The return on investment is significant, impacting the bottom line through improved productivity, retention, and innovation. Join this dynamic duo to explore winning strategies to build a world-class culture through communications, policies and practices.
Stephen Lee, VP, EMEA Portfolio Strategy & Innovation, Warner Bros. Discovery
Burnout is a billion-dollar problem impacting all levels of an organization. This engaging session will debunk common misconceptions and highlight the transformational opportunity for talent leaders to support themselves and their employees.
Shifting employee priorities and the war for talent amid The Great Resignation are converging to shape the employee of the future. This session will look at the situation from the employee and employer perspectives and identify how companies are leveraging data to approach their employment brand with rigor and disrupt the recruiting and retention processes to prepare for the realities of the future of work.
John Kovac, SVP. Brand/Marketing/Creative, Cox Enterprises
Dr. Vinod Vincent, Assistant Professor of Management, Clayton State University
Innovating Talent Acquisition and Development Through AI
Imagine harnessing the power of data to drive strategic decision making, cultivate DEI, save time and improve user experiences in the moments that matter throughout the employee life cycle. Our AI expert will share how to empower employees to own their careers by equipping them with a robust, integrated portal for networking, upskilling, career planning and career growth. He will also reveal how technology can support recruiting, L&D and workforce planning in the Future of Work.
Chris Hester, Senior Director, Talent & Learning Solutions, Comcast
In a time when disruption has become the norm, HR professionals responded with resilience, agility and a fierce focus on elevating the employee experience. As we chart a course toward the future, we know change is inevitable, innovation is critical, and culture is the key to not just surviving but thriving. While some of us may break out into a cold sweat thinking about the amplified changes yet to come, our panel of thought leaders and game-changers see our continued state of disruption as an opportunity to innovate and grow. In our closing session, we will get into their heads to glean insights into how to embrace change, foster culture and invent the future of work.
Sissy Rajan Abraham, VP, Effectv Tech Platform, Comcast
Nicole Helprin, SVP, People Development, Paramount
While an increasing number of states are implementing pay transparency laws, compliance requires more than a few changes to internal processes. Our panel of experts will increase your awareness of the emerging laws and help you understand what it takes to create clarity around compensation and foster a culture of transparency. The group will also detail the far-reaching benefits of pay transparency on recruiting, retention, pay equity and the overall employee experience.
Featured Speakers: Angela Conklin, SVP, HR, Vyve
Mark Konkel, Partner, Kelley Drye
Kam Wong, SVP, Fair Employment Practices, EEO, Workplace Initiatives, NBCUniversal
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