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Human Resource Business Partners Peer Learning Events

Human Resource Business Partners (HRBPs) are the critical link between human resources offering organizational best practices and the needs of the business.  But as the world is changing around us, HRBPs will need new and more innovative approaches to supporting their organizations to thrive and evolve.

 

This Series of Learning Events is designed to explore some of leading-edge movements in organizational and talent development.  Jeff Nally will sit down with several of the industry’s key thought leaders and explore how critical world events and the industry’s leading thinkers will drive new and dramatically different approaches to how the Human Resource Function will operate in the future. 

 

Part 2 of the program is a facilitated Peer Learning Event hosted by Jeff Nally and our guest speaker. 

 

These learning sessions are a unique opportunity for HRBPs to connect and share their experiences while finding new ways to apply these ideas in their own organizations. 

 

Jeff Nally is an executive coach, coaching supervisor, professional speaker, and author with over 28 years of experience improving leaders, teams and organizations. As CoachSource’s Vice President of the Global Coach Community, Group Coaching Product Specialist, and Engagement Manager at CoachSource, Jeff leads the strategy, development, and connection for more than 1,100 coaches.

 

 

A View From the Top: Critical Skills for Human Resource Business Partners in a New and Changing World

 
UPCOMING Human Resource Business Partners Learning Events

Session 1:  Human Resource Business Partner Peer Learning Forum on Wednesday, September 9, 2020 at 1:00pm EDT.  Register Here.

 

Libby and Jeff will sit down to talk about the ways that strategic thinking and influence will help HRBPs increase their effectiveness and raise their own reputation enabling them to take charge of their own development and career path.

 

Session 2:  Human Resource Business Partner Peer Learning Forum on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at 2:00pm EDT.  Registration Available Aug 11.

 

Session 2 of the program on September 16th continues the webinar discussion to provide HRBPs and guests with an opportunity to discuss how we can apply the concepts to our own organizations. We will share ideas about what has worked, will discuss the challenges we are experiencing, and will build our HRBP peer network.

 

Libby Sartain, SHRM-SCP, SPHR is now an Independent Board Director and active business advisor after a distinguished 40-year career in human resources.

 

As CHRO of both Yahoo! Inc. and Southwest Airlines, Sartain led significant business transformation initiatives as a member of executive leadership teams and guided global human resources efforts focusing on attracting, retaining, and developing employees. Her focus has been growth companies where she developed employment brand strategies that helped grow the workforce exponentially while establishing company reputation as a leading employer of choice. Both Yahoo and Southwest were listed on the Fortune 100 Best Companies To Work For in America and the Fortune 500 during her tenure.

 

As an NACD Board Leadership Fellow, Sartain serves on the Boards of Directors of ManpowerGroup (NYSE: MAN) and AARP. She was a director of Shutterfly Inc (NASDAQ: SFLY) from 2016 to 2019 and Peet's Coffee & Tea, Inc., (NASDAQ: PEET) from 2005 to 2012. She served as chairman of the compensation committees of all three public organizations. She is Chairman the Board of the SHRM Foundation and the AARP Foundation. She advises several start-ups and Fortune 500 organizations on HR, Employer Branding and Talent Management.

 

Sartain served as Chairman of the Board of the Society for Human Resource Management in 2001 and was named fellow of the National Academy of Human Resources in 1998. Human Resources Executive named her as one of the 25 most powerful women in HR in 2005.

 

She holds an MBA from the University of North Texas and a BBA from Southern Methodist University.

 

Sartain co-authored: HR from the Heart: Inspiring Stories and Strategies for Building the People Side of Great Business, AMACOM, Brand from the Inside: Eight Essentials to Connect Your Employees to Your Business, Jossey-Bass, and Brand for Talent: Eight Essentials to Make Your Talent as Famous as Your Brand, Jossey-Bass. She contributed to and edited The Chief HR Officer: Defining the New Role of Human Resource Leaders. Recent e-Books include Cracking the Culture Code with Brent Daily and The Rise of HR: Wisdom from 73 Thought Leaders with Dave Ulrich and Bill Schiemann. She is a frequent speaker and is often quoted as a thought leader in human resources in the business media.

 

 

 

The Inside Gig; How the Crisis Economy is Driving New Approaches to Mobilizing Talent

 
UPCOMING Human Resource Business Partners Learning Events

Session 2:  Human Resource Business Partner Peer Learning Forum on Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 6:00pm EDT.  Register Here.

 

Companies today are dealing with a need to balance their teams as some areas of the company are experiencing layoffs while other areas of the business are unable to find skilled resources. What if there were a way for companies to find and shift untapped talent that already exists in their organizations? 

 

Jeff Nally, Vice President, Global Coaching with CoachSource will host a conversation with Edie Goldberg to explore how successful companies can use a “Gig” approach to sourcing and moving talent within the organization. We’ll hear approaches to thinking outside of the box about tapping internal talent that can potentially help avoid the hiring and firing cycle and drive a more engaged workforce. 

 

  • How the HRBP can play a unique role helping their organizations build talent capacity to address the Skills gap, which is one of the greatest barriers for companies to execute against their objectives.
  • How to think differently about work so that it opens creative options for finding talent.
  • The importance of agility and moving talent around to address the greatest area of need.
  • How thinking like a Talent Supply Chain Manager can help leaders know their supply and demand for various skills important to executing the company’s strategy.
  • How to move from a mindset of talent scarcity to a mindset of abundance.
  • How new technologies enable a more dynamic ways to capture employee skill inventories.
  • How simple approaches like giving more people exposure and transparency into the opportunities that are available can make an impact.

 

Edie Goldberg, Ph.D. is the President of E.L. Goldberg & Associates in Menlo Park, California. She is a nationally recognized expert in HR and talent management strategy and organizational effectiveness. Prior to starting her own firm 19 years ago, she was a Global Thought Leader in the Human Capital Practice for Towers Perrin.  She is the co-author of The Inside Gig: How Sharing Untapped Talent Across Boundaries Unleashes Organizational Capacity (LifeTree Media, April, 2020).  Edie earned her Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Albany, SUNY.  She is the recipient of HR People + Strategy’s Lifetime Achievement Award, and a Fellow of the Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology.  She currently serves on the board of the SHRM Foundation and is an advisor to start-ups in Internal Talent Mobility.

 

 

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