Stop Waiting for Your Invitation: Drive Growth and Engage Strategically Today

Tuesday 11:15 AM – 12:15 PM

Session Description

Enterprise growth requires executive leadership involvement when it comes to changing the culture, focus, or services an organization offers. To be successful, the growth strategy must focus on many things at once, including people. Every aspect of the organization has to work together, and here’s where HR’s role is crucial. Whether it’s a new product, or a shift in competitive focus, HR is intrinsic to helping the company stay competitive.

HR’s role in driving the success of the organization includes a number of factors. HR must ensure the administrative function of the organization are handled, but must focus attention on the important role of sharing the culture and vision of the organization. Internal and external relationships will help shape the HR function, as well as your career.

In order to drive enterprise growth and achieve optimal business results, HR and the leadership team must get on the same page and keep communications open. But, how can you do this? We will share proven tips and tricks to being a strategic executive who is action oriented and technologically savvy. We do this by defining a 5 step process to join the leadership team and have the career of your dreams today!


 

Lori Kleiman SPHR, SHRM-SCP

Lori’s background as a human resources professional and consultant gives her insight into how HR professionals and executives can work together to achieve business goals. A frequent speaker on a wide range of HR topics, Lori conducts seminars nationwide on a regular basis for executives and HR professionals in . Her programs provide critical HR updates and best practices to aligning HR with your businesses.

“Business leaders need HR to support their growth rather than just be a cost center,” Lori says. This is her mission for every workshop, breakout session and keynote address she gives—along with ensuring participants learn practical tactics, have fun, then walk away with their next action steps in hand.