Content tracks

Gone are the days of siloed tracks that cater to singular topics. We’re changing the game by integrating HR topics into four core themes designed to focus on the root cause of real-world problems.

Select your track
When building your schedule, customize your experience by choosing sessions from various tracks, or opt for a more focused approach and stick to a single track.
You are doing too much.
Focus on what’s creating value and set aside what isn’t.  
Quit focusing on short-term pain. Instead, leverage the data and insights that reflect your people’s experience in the workplace and focus on strategies that address the root cause. Addressing the symptoms – burnout, isolation, disengagement – distracts from the real issues holding companies back. Less roadmaps, more results. ​
Join the conversations, insights and technological shifts that are paving the way for a better workplace:
  • Strategies for simplifying HR processes to enhance employee understanding, engagement, and overall organizational efficiency.
  • How to leverage analytics to reveal insights about workplaces, performance, and talent, then align them with wider strategic initiatives to drive business outcomes.
  • How to use artificial intelligence and automation to streamline HR processes while ensuring a human-centered approach to employee engagement.
76% of HR leaders believe that if their organization does not adopt and implement AI solutions, such as generative AI, in the next 12 to 24 months, they will be lagging in organizational success compared to those that do.
You are doing too much.
You are a purpose-driver.
Focus on what drives your people and they will drive your business.
You are much more than your job, but if your job doesn’t reflect your values, it’s impossible to experience fulfillment. Employees are burned out, disengaged and uninspired, yes. But focusing on processes and practices won’t change that if employees don’t see themselves reflected in their company’s vision and goals. By integrating your people values into your company’s they become a key ingredient in shaping your culture. Less distraction, more connection.
Create a team of believers by making your wins theirs:
  • Ways to promote diversity and inclusion at all levels of the organization, and new metrics to evaluate progress in this area.
  • How HR can mitigate burnout with tools and policies that proactively promote employee well-being, work-life balance, and resilience to ensure a sustainable and engaged workforce.
  • Strategies to address pay equity and ensure a fair and transparent compensation structure within your organization.
When asked what one thing they would like to change most about their organization, the most popular response was engagement or culture-related, at 41%.
You are a purpose-driver.
You are future-proof.
Focus on your people because they determine your future.  
No matter how robust the data is or how sophisticated the forecasting models are, the only sure thing about the future is that it’s full of surprises. Remember 2020? Was there a single model or forecast that predicted what was coming? And, not to be doomers, but what about the next one? We know that at any time, things can happen that are beyond our control. But we also know that when these storms hit, businesses with a strong culture are less reactive and more resilient.
Prepare for the future by focusing on the now:
  • New strategies that can sustain remote or hybrid work models effectively as they continue to evolve.
  • How HR can foster innovation within the organization.
  • Strategies to prepare for the skills gap in our industry, and the educational and industry partnerships that can be leveraged to address this challenge.
Half of all business leaders ​​say their organization is unprepared to react to future shocks.
You are future-proof.
You are the answer.
Focus on culture as a strategic imperative.
CHROs are the CEOs of the future. Because what distinguishes a great leader from a good one is the ability to understand what drives your people. More heart, less hardship. With economic instability and market corrections forcing tough choices, companies are feeling pressure that seemed unthinkable just a year ago. But it will take more than cost cutting and investment strategies to bring companies back to full strength. To address this, we’re tapping into the minds of HR leaders to reveal how innovations in performance development, coaching, collaboration and culture-building are required for companies to thrive in the future.
Build a resilient HR strategy:
  • How HR leaders can determine the most suitable approach to drive long-term growth and innovation while maintaining short-term business agility and responsiveness.
  • Retention strategies that HR can implement to address employee concerns, maintain morale, and retain key talent during times of economic change and uncertainty within the organization.
  • How HR can increase trust, employee engagement, and open communication within the workplace by fostering a culture of authenticity among corporate leaders.
66% of executives believe culture is more important than an organization’s business strategy or operation model.
You are the answer.