Summer is sadly coming to a close, which means we’re ramping up for a busy season of events including webinars, conferences and other networking opportunities. We wanted to highlight a few of them here just in case you’re planning to attend as well and want to stop by (or login) and say hello. As always, you can stay up to date via the entire HighGround events calendar:
This New York event brings together leading HR executives for networking and sessions that discuss the latest industry trends. The agenda is created specifically with CHROs, Chief People Officers, Chief Talent Officers, Chief Learning Officers, Chief Diversity Officers as well as VPs and Directors of HR, talent, learning and development and HR analytics in mind. Our Chief Engagement Officer, Andee Harris, will also appear on a panel.
[Webinar] The HCM Symphony: Blending Engagement, Recognition & Rewards and Continuous Performance Management
Analysts from the Brandon Hall Group will join Patrick Kelly, Program Manager, Talent Acquisition at Patagonia to discuss how performance management, employee engagement, and rewards and recognition strategies can work together through technology to strengthen organizational performance.
NeuroLeadership Institute’s Josh Davis will join Andee Harris to discuss the latest research on creating a feedback culture and how to encourage more frequent (and more valuable) conversations between managers and employees. Attendees will also learn some key business outcomes from other organizations that have successfully created feedback cultures.
We’re once again sponsoring this event featuring academics and researchers from leading universities, as well as business and leadership thought leaders from the most successful and well-known companies in the country. This must-attend event was ranked in 2016 by Inc. as one of the most innovative conferences in the world.
This year’s event moves from our hometown of Chicago to the warmer weather and bright lights of Las Vegas. Cheryl Johnson of Echo Global Logistics will speak on a panel with other thought leaders. We’re excited to return this year after the great experience we had at HRTech 2016. Stay tuned in the next few weeks as we start sharing our plans for the event here on our blog and on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages.