The Call for Presentations for the 2020 TN SHRM Conference is now closed and the presenters who have been selected have been notified.  Presentation submissions for the 2021 TN SHRM Conference, August 15-18, 2021 is now open.

  2021 Tennessee SHRM Strategic Leadership Conference, February 26, 2021
  2021 Tennessee SHRM Conference & Expo, August 15-18, 2021, Music City Center, Nashville, TN
  Other - Webinar, Sponsor Presented Event

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Presenter's Information

Presentation Information

  General – session is geared toward tools to further enhance the participants’ overall body of HR knowledge in areas such as: workforce planning and employment, human resource development, total rewards, employee & labor relations, and risk management.
  Strategic Business Management – session focuses on developing, contributing to and supporting the organization’s mission, vision, values, strategic goals and objectives; formulating policies; guiding and leading the change process; and evaluating HR’s contributions to organizational effectiveness.
  Business Acumen
  Ethical Practices
  Relationship Management
  Critical Evaluation
  Global & Cultural Effectiveness
  Total Rewards
  Creative Benefits Solutions (to drive engagement and retention)
  Wellness Programs (that drive health outcomes and financial return)
  Change Management (organizational & culture)
  Change Management (driven by technology)
  Influencing the C-Suite
  HR Technology & Digital HR
  Open Workspaces (Benefits/Drawbacks/Design Considerations)
  Diversity & Inclusion
  Disability Diversity
  Talent Acquisition Strategies
  Vision, mission, and values of an organization and applicable legal and regulatory requirements
  Strategic planning process
  Management functions, including planning, organizing, directing, and controlling
  Corporate governance procedures and compliance
  Business elements of an organization (for example: products, competition, customers, technology, demographics, culture, processes, safety and security)
  Third-party or vendor selection, contract negotiation, and management, including development of requests for proposals (RFPs)
  Project management (for example: goals, timetables, deliverables, and procedures)
  Technology to support HR activities
  Budgeting, accounting, and financial concepts (for example: evaluating financial statements, budgets, accounting terms, and cost management)
  Techniques and methods for organizational design (for example: outsourcing, shared services, organizational structures)
  Methods of gathering data for strategic planning purposes (for example: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats [SWOT], and Political, Economic, Social, and Technological [PEST])
  Qualitative and quantitative methods and tools used for analysis, interpretation, and decision making purposes
  Change management processes and techniques
  Techniques for forecasting, planning, and predicting the impact of HR activities and programs across functional areas
  Risk management
  How to deal with situations that are uncertain, unclear, or chaotic

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