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The Brave New World for
Talent Professionals
With Robin Schooling
About the Conference
2 Days, 6 Education-packed sessions
About Robin Schooling
Robin Schooling
Robin Schooling, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, is VP of Human Resources with
Hollywood Casino in B...
4
5
you are here
6
re-designing HR for a new world
HR....or “talent”?
HR exists to connect the capabilities of
individuals
to organizational success
8
HR delivers value when it supports and
enables the execution of strategy
9
talent management links the acquisition,
retention, and development of people to
the business strategy
10
HR... AND... Talent
12
The Way We Work Today
13
Technology
“Hollywood” Model
The New Leader
The Employment Experience
14
The Evolution of HR
McClean & Company - HR Framework
Operational StrategicTactical
Talent Management
Learning &
Development
Employee
Engagemen...
16
Structure of the HR Department
generalist or specialist?
HR is like...
Deloitte Human Capital Trends Report (2016)
1. Organizational design
2. Leadership
3. Culture
4. Engagement
5. Learning
6....
18
“changing the skills of the HR organization”
HR delivers value when it supports and
enables the execution of strategy...
19
...how do we deliver that value?
20
Aligning Strategies & Improving Capabilities
21
strategy and analytics
agility
embrace (and welcome) change
22
smart
bold
brave
Q&A
5
Don't Miss the Next Session!
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The Brave New World for Talent Professionals

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Human Resources Today / HR Innovators Virtual Conference - September 2016

The world of work is changing and it means a changing role for HR professionals. This fast-paced session is going to examine how the world of work has changed, what this means for HR professionals and specific actions that HR professionals should take today.

The role of HR continues to evolve and we’ll explore this by discussing the expectations of CEOs and senior leaders, look at the opportunities presented by technology, and clarify how people (your candidates! your employees!) want to work in 2016. We’ll discuss the required abilities, competencies and strengths in the evolving role of the talent professional and we’ll candidly explore how the job of HR and Talent leaders, as we know it today, may be going away unless we take some very specific actions.

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The Brave New World for Talent Professionals

  1. 1. The Brave New World for Talent Professionals With Robin Schooling
  2. 2. About the Conference 2 Days, 6 Education-packed sessions
  3. 3. About Robin Schooling Robin Schooling Robin Schooling, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, is VP of Human Resources with Hollywood Casino in Baton Rouge, LA and has extensive experience in a variety of industries including gaming, banking and healthcare. She’s a regular speaker at HR, Recruiting, and business conferences, has a popular HR blog at robinschooling.com and is on a mission to make organizations better by making HR better. The Huffington Post named her one of The Top 100 Most Social Human Resource Experts on Twitter and Glassdoor called her one of the 2015 HR and Recruiting Thought Leaders to Follow. She’s been interviewed, quoted by, or has written for numerous entities including Yahoo, CareerBuilder, Monster, HRM Online Canada, Certified Magazine, HR Examiner, SHRM and Recruiting Daily.
  4. 4. 4
  5. 5. 5 you are here
  6. 6. 6 re-designing HR for a new world
  7. 7. HR....or “talent”?
  8. 8. HR exists to connect the capabilities of individuals to organizational success 8
  9. 9. HR delivers value when it supports and enables the execution of strategy 9
  10. 10. talent management links the acquisition, retention, and development of people to the business strategy 10
  11. 11. HR... AND... Talent
  12. 12. 12 The Way We Work Today
  13. 13. 13 Technology “Hollywood” Model The New Leader The Employment Experience
  14. 14. 14 The Evolution of HR
  15. 15. McClean & Company - HR Framework Operational StrategicTactical Talent Management Learning & Development Employee EngagementHR Strategy Talent Acquisition Total Compensation Performance Management HR Operations & Infrastructure
  16. 16. 16 Structure of the HR Department generalist or specialist? HR is like...
  17. 17. Deloitte Human Capital Trends Report (2016) 1. Organizational design 2. Leadership 3. Culture 4. Engagement 5. Learning 6. Design thinking 7. Changing the skills of the HR organization 8. People analytics 9. Digital HR 10. Workforce management 17
  18. 18. 18 “changing the skills of the HR organization”
  19. 19. HR delivers value when it supports and enables the execution of strategy... 19 ...how do we deliver that value?
  20. 20. 20 Aligning Strategies & Improving Capabilities
  21. 21. 21 strategy and analytics agility embrace (and welcome) change
  22. 22. 22 smart bold brave
  23. 23. Q&A
  24. 24. 5 Don't Miss the Next Session!

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