LEAP HR: Government is your chance to hear from the disruptors rethinking HR at all levels of government sharing the most radical stories of HR transformation delivering a measurable ROI and walk away with the practical, truly transformative people strategies you can replicate in your own organization.
Only at LEAP HR: Government will you discover:
- In a target-rich, but resource-poor public sector operating environment how can federal, state and local HR leaders most effectively identify areas for practical improvement and transform HR impact within government?
- How do we develop our ability to think innovatively and actively challenge traditional HR thinking to transition from a purely transactional function, to the strategic business lever capable of influencing mission success?
- And once we've achieved that ability to think strategically, how do we then build the ability to execute - within the rules of engagement - to both accelerate and transform our impact on our governmental organizations?
These are some of the questions which lie at the heart of a new forum for public sector HR outliers and disruptors called LEAP HR: Government. It will shine a light on who's doing what, where, and how they're getting it done.
This unique forum is specifically designed for the most progressive public sector HR leaders to engage in a genuinely disruptive dialogue around what really needs to be in the government HR toolbox of tomorrow.
EARLY BIRD PRICES AVAILABLE
Time: 08:30 - 15:00
The Madison Washington, DC, a Hilton Hotel, 1177 15th Street Northwest, Washington, 20005, United States
Conference only: USD 2499.0,
Conference + 1 Deep Dive: USD 2798.0,
Conference + 2 Deep Dives: USD 3197.0,
Deep Dive only: USD 299.0
Speakers: Traci DiMartini, Chief Human Capital Officer, Peace Corps, Karen Niparko, Executive Director and Chief Human Resources Officer, City and County of Denver, Dr Jim Trinka, Chief Talent Management Officer, Office of Information and Technology, Department of Veteran's Affairs, Alex Smith, Chief Human Resources Officer, City of Memphis, Camille Hoover Executive Officer, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, NIH, Devin Brown, Chief Human Resources Officer, Kern County, Jessica Bensel, Chief Human Capital Officer for Sustainment, Naval Air Systems Command, Rebecca Hunter, Former HR Commissioner, State of Tennessee, Stephanie Ruiz, Chief Human Resources Officer, Congressional Budget Office, Catherine Tkachyk, Chief Innovation and Performance Officer, Cuyahoga County, Dia Taylor, Chief Human Capital Officer, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Brenda Diederichs, Assistant Chief Executive Officer – Human Resources, County of Riverside, Nathaniel Benjamin, Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer, Office of Management and Budget, Jimmee Medina, Head of Human Resources and Innovation, City of Irvine, Dorothy Aronson Chief Information Officer National Science Foundation, Mark Bunbury, Head of Human Resources, City of Jersey City, Kimberly Steide, Head of Human Capital Planning and Program Performance, Department of Treasury, William Maurice Brown, Chief People Officer, Louisville Metro Government, Parks and Recreation, Deborah Friedman, Assistant Commissioner of Workforce Engagement and Innovation, NYC Mayor's Office of Labor Relations, Kim Bauhs, Chief Human Capital Officer, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Blair Milo, Secretary of Career Connections and Talent, State of Indiana, Michael Zingsheim, State Expert on Employee Engagement, State of Michigan, Sarah Redgrave, Vice President, Total Rewards and Center Operations, KinderCare