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RMSHRM 2023 HR Strategic Summit (Hybrid)
November 8 - November 9
Online registration is available until: 11/6/2023
To Learn More and Register: https://www.rwhrma.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1776424&group=
RMSHRM 2023 HR Strategic Summit (Hybrid) – Blush Cowork & Virtual via Zoom
November 8th & 9th, 2023
8 AM – 12PM (each day)
Cost: $125 (**Online registration will close Monday, November 6, but walk-ins are welcome!!**)
8 total hours of credit will be available – 6 hours of Business credit and 2 hours of General credit with HRCI and SHRM.
RMSHRM is excited to announce that the 2023 HR Strategic Summit will be held on November 8 and 9 from 8:00am-12:00pm. This will be a hybrid event, held virtually via Zoom and in person at Blush Cowork located at 201 Shannon Oaks Circle Ste 102, Cary, NC 27511.
This year’s summit will include keynote speakers, interactive workshops, and breakout sessions, and will be approved for 8 total hours of credit – 6 hours of Business credit and 2 hours of General credit with HRCI and SHRM.
Cost is $125 which includes breakfast, coffee and light snacks. Registration is open NOW!
- What’s Next for High Performers – Jason Jaggard, Kristin Frade
- Leverage LinkedIn to Attract & Retain the Best Talent – Larry Long Jr.
- Building a Magnetic Culture – Kara Kirby
During this program, participants will have the unique opportunity to gain insights from an individual who played an instrumental role in shaping one of the most exceptional workplaces. Drawing from her firsthand experience developing award-winning cultures including FORTUNES #1 Best Workplaces in Technology List in 2016, 2017, 2018, # 1 Best Place to Work – Mid-Market Great Places to Work Institute (Twice), # 1 Best IT Team – American Business Awards, # 1 Best SaaS Provider – American Business Awards, Ranked # 1 Best HRMS Provider – Forrester Research, Ranked # 1 Highest Customer Satisfaction – Gantry Group, Ranked # 1 Best Customer Support – Star Award (to name a few), Kara Kirby will share relevant examples from her experiences that will shed light on the factors that contributed to the development of both herself and her colleagues to reach their fullest potential. By delving into her insider’s perspective on building magnetic cultures, participants will uncover valuable lessons that will guide them as they take their organizations on a similar journey to develop and maintain a strong organizational culture that attracts, retains and engages top talent. Read More
- C-Suite Perspectives: The Future of Human Resources – Jennifer Murray (Moderator), Earl Worley (CEO), Additional Panelists to be Announced.
- From Resistance to Brilliance – John Cerqueira
- Driving DEI with Data – Sertrice Grice
During this program, Sertrice Shipley, Co-Owner & Chief Consulting Officer of Mattingly Solutions, will help participants to gain clarity around what should be measured and how to use data to drive your organization’s efforts. As an organizational psychologist who combines inclusion consulting with science, Sertrice will share how to use data and metrics to turn what is often considered “soft and fuzzy” DEI work into measurable constructs to show the reduction in turnover, increased workforce creativity and problem solving, and employee engagement with DEI programs. She will lead participants in sorting through key issues in DEI measurement, providing a path forward to leveraging the best practices provided into participants’ ongoing DEI work. Participants will leave the session with a clear path forward for quantifying DE&I and deciding which actions to take–not based on the latest DEI trends but based on your organization’s data. It’s time for HR professionals to learn how to take a more data-driven approach to their DEI strategy and turn “inclusalytics” insights into ACTION – gather, measure, track, and utilize data to determine, set, impact, and measure the effectiveness of your DEI strategy. Read More
- Workforce Trends to Bolster Attraction and Retention – Lynn Billings
- The cost of Busyness Sickness – Melissa Overton
Meet the Speakers
Kara Kirby is an experienced leadership consultant and CEO of Insights Leadership Group. With a passion for understanding human interactions in the workplace, she has spent the last 16 years developing programs that have propelled businesses and cultures to award-winning levels. Today, she works with organizations worldwide to achieve the same success. Based in North Carolina, Kara is a Texas native who enjoys spending time with her husband and two energetic boys. She loves reading, hiking, and embarking on new adventures in her free time. She also hosts the popular podcast “Pop! On Leadership.”
Sertrice Shipley, MS, is Co-Owner & Chief Consulting Officer of Mattingly Solutions, a woman-owned diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) consulting firm. Co-Author of Inclusalytics, How Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leaders Use Data to Drive Their Work, Sertrice is passionate about helping organizations use metrics to create data-driven DEI strategies that drive meaningful change. Some of her clients include, the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), Koppers, and American Humane. Sertrice serves clients through DEI executive advising, DEI measurement consulting, and building/delivering inclusive behavioral change solutions. She is also a DEI thought leader and a sought-after public speaker. In addition to working with clients, Sertrice makes time to give back to the community. She is the Vice-Chair of the board for Blacks in I/O, on the Board of Directors for Lucy Daniels Center, Board of Advisors for GoBe Kids, and the Radford University IO program Board of Advisors. She also volunteers for national organizations including the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology and Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority. Sertrice received her B.S. in Psychology from Emporia State University and her M.S. in Industrial Organizational Psychology from Radford University. She is currently located in Raleigh, North Carolina.