November 11 - 13, 2018
Arizona

CHRO TV

VISION

While we understand that there is no replacement for face-to-face access to industry peers and solution providers, time out of the office has become more of a barrier than ever before.  During every delegate acquisition campaign facilitated by IQPC Exchange, we will consistently hear from prospective C-Level Attendees that their issue is pressing, they have a budget to find a solution, they have a timeline set of no more than 12 months but they simply can not afford to be out of the office.

Partnering with IQPC Exchange, C-SuiteTV is focused on creating virtual meetings that will allow for C-Level executives to collectively discuss and evaluate solutions to specific challenges within distinct functional areas in a roundtable format from the comfort of their office.

MISSION

We built this company to create the first real advancement in traditional business to business conferencing in nearly 25 years.  Evolution in communication technology has gone underutilized in the events industry for far too long.  Our most senior delegates do not leave their offices very often, plain and simple.  As a result, it is becoming more and more difficult for these executives to benchmark, learn, and share best practices.  In addition, it is nearly impossible for solution providers to reach them.   C-SuiteTV has created a platform to help these executives overcome their respective challenges.

CHRO TV

C-SuiteTV presents CHRO TV. This is the first Virtual Meeting Platform specifically dedicated to HR Leaders across the Fortune 1000. Complementing our CHRO Exchange taking place November 10-12 in Amelia Island, Florida, CHRO TV will be running a series of Virtual Meetings focused on specific challenge areas that have been indicated as “top priority” by our premier delegates.  These challenge areas require immediate attention but our delegates may not have the time and/or resources to leave the office to address them. 

Check out our upcoming schedule of Virtual Meetings and get involved while opportunities remain.

Talent Acquisition Excellence Driven by Data

January 7, 2014 at 1PM EST

Hire the best? Of course! And yet – how do you know if your organization is hiring quickly and efficiently, allowing you to identify the best candidates ahead of your competition? Engage in a lively discussion on how talent acquisition can be measured and improved with the right data and oversight.

  • Reporting, data analytics and what information you should expect
  • Drivers of candidate satisfaction and candidate quality
  • Pros and cons of recorded video and phone interviewing

Celling to Candidates

January 9, 2014 at 1PM EST

The rapid rise of mobile devices and social networks has dramatically changed the way organizations and candidates interact. Mobile and social recruitment is not a future trend – it’s occurring now, and it must be a central component of any successful recruitment program. Candidates expect companies to engage with them on their terms, through social media and mobile communications. This is especially true of younger applicants. Organizations that wish to remain competitive in the talent acquisition marketplace need to know how to interact with candidates of all ages and demographics using the best mobile and social technology available. Attendees will discuss:

  • How to apply mobile and tablet recruiting to a talent acquisition strategy
  • Methods for building recruiting programs that attract top talent from multiple age demographics
  • Ways to apply social media and social networks to a total value proposition for potential candidates

Driving Engagement and Maximizing Resources through Recognition

January 14, 2014 at 1PM EST

Business success is created based on customer satisfaction and every company knows that excellent customer service is derived from engaged and committed employees who are aligned and care about the company’s purpose. During this session we will discuss:

  • Building a culture of recognition
  • Learning the challenges involved in a large scale implementation
  • Discovering the impact that recognition has on an organization

Chart Your Successful Gamification Strategies Now: Know Where the Pitfalls Will Likely Be

January 16, 2014 at 1PM EST

Gamification is a surging issue and likely to be a major topic of discussion in 2014-15. Simply defined, gamification is the use of game mechanics to drive game-like engagement, action and behavior in non-game processes and it present a new and complex juncture for learning delivery systems, an employee engagement tool for internal audiences, and marketing and customer relations tools for external customers. From one point of view gamification is not new and certain aspects have been around in business processes for decades. What is new is the addition of the digital online environment, real-time analytics, mobility, cloud services and social media platforms to drive the outcomes of the initiatives. Either way CHRO’s should be at the table. Discover how to get gamification right and avoid the major pitfalls. Consider:

  • At least 2/3 of American workers are not actively engaged at work. Will gamification solve this problem?
  • By 2014 80% of current gamified applications will fail to meet business objectives primarily because of poor design
  • By 2015 those companies who are focused on increased and improved innovation, more than half will have famified their processes.

Building a Road Map and Establishing a Vision for Your HR Transformation

January 21, 2014 at 1PM EST

A recent Conference Board CEO survey determined that human capital is the number one challenge on the minds of CEOs (more than 10% higher than “operational excellence”). This leadership trend is changing the direction of HR in numerous organizations. The term “HR transformation” is sweeping through countless magazines, blogs, internet sites, and other HR venues, but what does it really mean? We will explore what is driving HR transformation across the globe and then discuss the various models seen in HR transformations. We will then switch gears and outline how to build a road map, define the project infrastructure, and develop an implementation plan for achieving your HR transformation.

We will discuss:

  • Elements driving an HR transformation
  • Various HR transformation options
  • A successful methodology for designing, building, and launching a transformed HR organization
  • Details on individual work streams that are critical to a successful transformation
  • Ideal team structures
  • The importance of change management and internal customer engagement
  • The do’s and don’ts of an effective design, build, and launch of a transformed HR organization
  • Metrics and leading practices that will help you design and build your new operating model

Process Selection and Standardization for HR Shared Services Centers

January 23, 2014 at 1PM EST

Two objectives of most HR SSC implementations are to lower costs and improve efficiency, which any consultant will tell you, requires standardizing and automating processes. 

But how do you approach selecting which processes you would like to use and begin standardizing them? In this session, you can learn from the experience of a seasoned industry veteran how to select, standardize and automate HR service delivery processes that enable you to accomplish your objectives, while keeping employee satisfaction high.

We will discuss:

  • How to define process families and sub-families and build a selection process
  • The three phases of process standardization
  • Process mapping, simplifying and systematizing
  • How to use technology to automate processes and measure their success

Benefits of Attending:

  • Learning how to approach each phase of process standardization and accomplish the related tasks in a workshop environment.
  • Identifying the tools, data and team leaders needed to select, standardize, and automate HR processes.
  • Establishing the timeline, goals and budget considerations to successfully complete your process selection and standardization initiative.

Transform your Corporate eLearning with MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses)

January 28, 2014 at 1PM EST

Analysts predict that by 2020, a mere seven years off, the global economy will face a skills gap between available jobs and workers that will mean 85 million medium- and high-skill jobs go unfilled. Clearly the ‘normal’ education track is not working, is increasingly unaffordable, and ripe for change. Profound disruptions to education are in front of us, and according to one source, we are only 5-10 percent of the way there—if that. Just how will corporations develop relationships with existing MOOC’s or create their own to address their ongoing talent needs? Do MOOC course descriptions offer recruiting platforms? Join this panel to learn what’s happening in the MOOC space and how your company can take advantage of these transformations in education.  

Accelerate your Organizational Learning and Knowledge Depth with Social Learning

January 30, 2014 at 1PM EST

Social Learning, simply defined is the process by which employees learn from each other. In this era of global information platforms this knowledge base can become a treasure trove of knowledge to improve front line performance, efficiencies, sales, marketing, product development and processes while reducing costs across the enterprise. Social learning is not new; it’s as old as formal education going back to the Greek academies where students spent as much time debating topics with each other as they did learning from the teacher or lecturer. What’s different is the information technology and social media.

Learn how to prepare your organizations to implement social learning platforms and manage them as they grow.