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Executive Exchange sessions offer a great way for SHRM 2015 Annual Conference & Exposition attendees to learn best practices from leaders of top companies. The sessions are open to all conference attendees and do not require preregistration.
Joseph Cabral, the chief human resources officer for Cleveland Clinic, will share how a strong management framework and business results driven by HR ensures that the workforce is aligned with organizational goals. The session will take place 2:00 p.m. June 29 in Room N260.
Join Bob Livingston, the vice president of HR for global compensation & benefits at P&G at 4:00 p.m. June 29 in Room N228-230 for an insider’s perspective into his company’s strategy in developing and implementing pay and benefits plans that attract and retain the best global talent.
This 10:45 a.m. June 30 session in Room N228-230 will highlight how Allstate is changing its culture by empowering all employees to be leaders.
Greg Burns, senior vice president of HR for Allstate will discuss Allstate’s new Leadership Principles, developed in partnership with employees from every level and every area of the company, and built on the belief that every Allstater—not just managers, directors or bosses—is a leader.
Behind the Scenes at Cirque du Soleil
A group of presenters from Cirque du Soleil, including HR Director Mary Spees, will provide a look behind the curtain at the popular international phenomenon at 10:45 a.m. June 30 in Room N256. The organization runs eight shows in Las Vegas, and the presenters will give a rundown on the day-to-day operations that keep it all together.
At 2:15 p.m. June 30 in Room N115, Michelle DiTondo, senior vice president of human resources for MGM Resorts, will discuss how the gaming company is rewarding top performers.
DiTondo will explain how MGM Resorts used an innovative approach to incentive compensation to retain talent. The solution was inspired by how the company retains its best customers. Hear how its approach to customer retention was applied to talent retention, and discover a new way to think about your high-potential employees, their value to your company and what it’s worth to keep them engaged.
At 4 p.m. June 30 in Room N206-208, Jeff Shuman, senior vice president and chief human resources officer for Quest Diagnostics, will share his company’s experience with an HR-led transformation.
Hear how HR is enabling the world’s leading provider of diagnostic information services to build on its long-standing values while creating a belief system within the company. Shuman will share the programs HR has put in place to solidify values, establish beliefs, and transform the culture of the company to attract talent and grow.
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