The Scoop: SHRM18
Learning, laughing, and lip syncing: We did it all at The 2018 National Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) conference in Chicago this June. SHRM is the proud host of the annual conference, which is the largest gathering of human resource professionals in the world. SHRM18 broke the previous attendance record with over 22,000 attendees representing 11 different countries showing up to welcome the newly appointed President and CEO, Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. to the main stage. The conference was outstanding! I was truly honored to attend along with Louisville Society for Human Resource Management (LSHRM) President Elect, Susan Huffmon.
The SHRM conference provides training and development opportunities for human resource professionals to stay current and engage in conversation with subject matter experts about the most trending issues facing the profession. This year’s conference theme challenged HR professionals; Expand Your World!
LSHRM Legal Conference: Opioids, Equity, #MeToo
Approved 6 hours SHRM and HRCI recertification credits
Are you registered? Come out to the Legal Update and learn best practices for the top trending workplace issues. Protect your organization by being informed and prepared to respond appropriately. Our legal conference topics will include: Opioids & Medical Marijuana in the Workplace: An Update; In Case of Emergency: The Aftermath; NLRB & Social Media Update; and Are you Sure It’s Welcome?, which will delve into sexual harassment.
Our speakers will include: Cynthia Doll, Fisher Phillips; George Adams, Fisher Phillips; Todd Logsdon, Fisher Phillips; Steve Hall, Former LMPD; Bill Konwiczka, former CTA Acoustics; Tom Birchfield, Fisher Phillips; Katherine Garbarino, Fisher Phillips; Toni Ahl, retired EEOC; Lynn Ingmire and Harold Ingmire.
Thank you to our exclusive Legal Conference sponsor, Fisher Phillips.
LSHRM HR Connect
Tuesday, 7/10 4:30pm-6:30pm
UofL Delphi Center, Founders Hall, 450 Whittington Pkwy, Louisville, KY 40222
Please join us for the opportunity to "Connect" with you HR Colleagues following our July 10th chapter meeting. All members are welcome to attend even if you are unable to attend the chapter meeting.
Light appetizers and one drink ticket will be provided. Come and join us for food, drinks, networking, and FUN!
Who Couldn't Use A $500 VISA?
Be one of the first to register for LSHRM 's 2018 Final Curtain Program presenting one of the most in-demand, top ranked speakers in the nation, STEVE GILLILAND! Steve is a master story-teller that uses a combination of humor and real life situations to help people enhance their leadership skills. His presentation, DETOUR, will equip attendees with all the right tools to successfully navigate professional and personal change with poise and thoughtfulness. Be one of the first 100 people to register and earn a chance to win a $500 VISA card! The winner will be drawn at the November program.
Talent Pipeline Management: An Innovative Approach to Bridging the Talent Gap
Like many cities across the United States, Louisville is currently facing a workforce crisis. Bridging the Talent Gap, a talent alignment survey conducted by LSHRM in 2017, found that 86% of Louisville’s businesses are preparing for growth in the next three to five years. At the same time, 84% of employers have difficulties filling vacancies today. This talent deficit will continue growing as demand increases posing substantial challenges for Louisville’s competitiveness in a global economy.
To address this widening talent gap, the Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center, in partnership with the US Chamber Foundation and the Kentucky Workforce Investment Board, is leading a new initiative and tool known as Talent Pipeline Management (TPM). Utilizing supply chain management principles, TPM empowers businesses to create and manage talent supply chains through projecting talent needs and aligning those with education and workforce development systems.
Kentucky has been selected as one of three states in the nation to lead this effort and will be launching their first TPM Academy in September 2018. Attendees will learn more about the state of Louisville’s workforce, how TPM works and how they can get involved to help in bridging the talent gap.
Register to attend, and be the among the first to learn about this innovative workforce tool.
In Search of a Rock Star!
Joining the LSHRM Board of Directors is a phenomenal way to expand your professional network, invest in the advancement of human resources, and access professional development experience. We are currently looking for the next "rock star" volunteer to lead our marketing team to the next level! The Director of Marketing and Communications is responsible for developing creative strategies and direction for advertising and marketing events and campaigns for the LSHRM chapter. The director supports and provides oversight for the chapter newsletter, social media, and website chairs. The Director of Marketing and Communications ensures effective and consistent communication with LSHRM members and the community about upcoming programs. If you are ready to join an amazing group of professionals and would like to know more, please email email@example.com.
Professional Development Resources
The SHRM eLearning team offers an extensive library of professional development tools. There are over 500+ courses on a wide variety of topics that include sessions from SHRM live events, webcasts, and conferences that can be purchased as a subscription to have all-inclusive access or you can purchase them individually.
This is a tremendous resource that will allow you to obtain recertification credits to SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP and other HR credentials. It will also help you to meet other training requirements and improve your knowledge of topics that are relevant. SHRM keeps you connected to the latest and greatest in human resources and leadership practices.