HR Policy Association
In-Person Meeting

2022 CHRO Summit

Agendas

  • Generously sponsored by ManpowerGroup
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  • Morning Session generously sponsored by Guild Education
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  • We begin the CHRO Summit with a fireside chat featuring Ariel Investments Founder, Co-CEO and Chief Investment Officer John Rogers, who will discuss his perspective on how companies can improve diversity from the inside out, his belief on the link between purpose, stakeholder expectations, ESG and performance, and the impact of the pandemic and on the economy.

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  • Most companies are focused on expanding diversity by focusing on improving culture and inclusive practices to create a true sense of belonging. But what distinguishes the most successful companies from those that are less so? On this panel, we will include an outside expert to discuss the neurological impact of feeling like an outsider and how companies can help address those feelings to reinforce an inclusive culture. Member company CHROs and senior diversity leaders that have participated in our Council on Inclusion and Diversity Playbook project will share their experiences that have helped drive inclusion and a more sustainable talent pipeline.

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  • The last two years have presented the Global HR Executive with a sequence of non-stop crisis management situations—everything from managing employees in a COVID hot zones to conflict zones like Ukraine, to the “Great Resignation”, to managing the growing desire of employees to have a direct hand in how they perform their work and are rewarded for that work. Further, the COVID-19 pandemic has virtually eliminated consistent employee expectations alongside the “normal” work patterns of office and production work. These elements would be difficult to manage in even a single country—never mind doing so in dozens of global regions and cultures.  Our panel of sitting CHROs will discuss the lessons they have learned over the last two years on crisis management and specifically how they tie to global employee engagement, recruitment, and retention, and how those lessons have changed the game for them going forward.

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  • Our afternoon program will begin with a brief plenary overview discussion on employee and employer expectations coming out of the pandemic, followed by an opportunity for participants to attend two separate concurrent sessions led by member CHROs and outside experts, allowing participants to discuss developing trends with their peers.

     

    Employee Expectations in the Evolving Workplace— Emerging Trends and Essential Lessons

    The pandemic has caused employees to reevaluate their principles and priorities on issues including how work fits into their lives, the desire by many to work for an organization with a purpose they believe in, and the expectation that employers will help them manage their wellbeing. In this overview session, we will discuss these trends, the willingness of employees are willing to use their voices to seek change in the workplace and in how their employers engage externally, and the impact of employers relying more on technology both to connect employees and perform tasks or entire jobs.

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  • After the Plenary session, attendees will have the opportunity to attend their choice of two of four concurrent sessions during the afternoon. The first concurrent session will run 2:00 from 3:15 p.m.. Following a break, attendees will then attend their second choice from 3:30 to 4:45 p.m. before we break for the evening. A listing of the sessions is below followed by a description of each one.

     

    Concurrent Session 1: Union Activity, Employee Voice and the Regulatory Climate 

    Concurrent Session 2: Employee Expectations and Wellbeing 

    Concurrent Session 3: Employee Voice, Societal and Political Discourse and Employer Responses 

    Concurrent Session 4: Workplace Technology, HR Strategy, and the Talent Crunch

     

     

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  • Special Entertainment by America’s Only CHRO Rock Band Consensus with Kenny Haddaway

     

    Afterward

    The CHROs’ Nest: Featuring Kenny Haddaway

    Join your peers for a special after-dinner lounge reception.

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  • The SEC is expected to release its proposed rule on human capital metrics in the second quarter of 2022.This panel brings together a respected corporate governance expert, investor advisor and a company on the forefront of HCM disclosure to discuss how they have approached disclosures so far, and how a final rule will impact their disclosures and engagement with key internal and external stakeholders.

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  • During this interactive session, the HR Policy staff and concurrent panel leaders will engage participants in a discussion of the major takeaways from each of the four concurrent discussion sessions from the previous day and the public policy and practice implications for employers, including the major stakeholders and advocates.

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