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Learn to overcome challenges and meet your 2017 goals through competency-based HR education. Available in-person and virtually.
Expand your influence and learn how to become an effective leader. Join us in Phoenix, AZ | OCTOBER 2 - 4, 2017
As part of SHRM’s mission to advance the profession and serve the HR
professional, our Executive HR Delegation programs provide participants
with unique opportunities to establish relationships and business
connections with thought leaders in successful companies in a variety of
industries. The facilitators and delegates share cutting-edge best
practices that will shape our profession and the business world.
Silicon Valley, California | October 30 - November 3, 2017Visit
some of the biggest names in the tech industry, headquartered in
Silicon Valley. Representatives from these industry leaders will provide
distinctive perspectives on their companies’ successes in creating
innovative cultures and will share their companies’ business models,
organizational structures, and HR practices and strategies.
Silicon Valley, California
May 8 - 12, 2017
“Attendance at the SHRM HR Executive Delegation Program allowed me an opportunity to sharpen my skills in human-resource subject areas that I currently engage in through my work, while broadening my perspective and helping me to gain valuable insight into innovation affecting both large and small organizations. I have also acquired knowledge of strategy, learning & development, and diversity through my discussions with a variety of senior leaders at LinkedIn, SAP, and Degreed. The SHRM HR Executive Delegation Program provided me with invaluable knowledge to bring back to my organization. I appreciate the relationships I have been able to build with my fellow human-resource professionals, as well as the tips, facts, and new ideas acquired from the program.”
Patricia Wortham, Director of Human Resources“The SHRM HR Executive Delegation to Silicon Valley was a really great learning opportunity. There are so many assumptions and perceptions that changed drastically after this visit. What I heard and learnt from each company, and my fellow attendees, is definitely food-for-thought and I will definitely explore integrating some of these into my organization.”
Nermine Fawzy, Executive Director, Global Talent & Operations
Silicon Valley delegation attendees at Google Headquarters
September 19 - 23, 2016
“The SHRM-sponsored trip to Cuba was a fantastic experience; it not only focused on fostering understanding business relations between the U.S. and Cuba, but also offered rich exposure to the Cuban culture.
It was a very meaningful travel experience where a group of HR professionals who began as strangers in a foreign land, built a strong network, formed friendships and left with deep knowledge of how HR practices are carried out in Cuba. Most importantly, memorable experiences were created.”
Zaira Goodman, CHRO, Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority
“The executive HR Delegation trip sponsored by SHRM and provided by To Cuba Now is a fabulous professional, cultural, educational, business, diplomatic and culinary experience. Their team ensured our group’s five-day trip was fun-filled yet jam packed with a comprehensive overview of economic, social, cultural, educational and political realities and opportunities. All the arrangements, venues and transportation were perfect – 5 stars!”
Ken Scarlett, President & CEO, Scarlett Employee Surveys International
Cuba delegation attendees in front of Estatua a José Martí in Havana, Cuba.
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