Artificial Intelligence in HR
Date: Thursday, April 11th, 7:30 AM - 11:45 AM
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no longer science fiction but is increasingly making its mark in the business world including the HR function. HR leaders are now being challenged to make AI purchases to increase the productivity of HR processes and staff.
More than 80% of executives surveyed are “eyeing the peaks” and view AI as a strategic opportunity. (Source: MIT Sloan Management Review)
- The impact of AI technologies on business is projected to increase labor productivity by up to 40% and enable people to make more efficient use of their time. (Source: Accenture)
- Business leaders said they believe AI is going to be fundamental in the future. In fact, 72% termed it a “business advantage.” (Source: PwC)
Hear a thought provoking presentation and discussion on using AI in HR to meet the increasing demands for better solutions to the challenges of talent selection and management at the CSHRM June 6th event on "AI in HR".
- Ben Eubanks, author of "Artificial Intelligence in HR, will share insights from his book on this topic
- IBM, ADP, AllyO, and EY will discuss their approaches to working with clients on implementing AI solutions to assist companies in meeting a company's talent management challenges
- Gain an understanding of how AI is changing the HR function
- Learn about specific solutions to solving HR challenges in their company
- Have the opportunity to speak with IBM, ADP, AllyO, and EY about their particular needs
Key Note Speaker’s Video: https://youtu.be/UISIQzCaDPo
Ben Eubanks is the Principal Analyst at Lighthouse Research & Advisory and the author of Artificial Intelligence for HR: Use AI to Build a Successful Workforce.
He has developed hundreds of reports, case studies, and other resources to support his life’s mission: make HR better one HR pro at a time. Ben is the founder of upstartHR, a blog that has touched the lives of more than one million business leaders since its inception, and he also hosts “We’re Only Human,” a podcast that examines the intersection of talent and technology in the workplace.
Previously an HR executive for an Inc. 500-ranked global technology startup, he currently operates Lighthouse Research & Advisory, a human capital research and advisory services firm. He works with HR, talent, and learning leaders across the globe to solve their most pressing business challenges with a research-based perspective tempered by practical, hands-on experience.
He is the co-organizer of DisruptHRHSV, an innovative event geared toward helping HR leaders drive more value for their business by sharing disruptive ideas about how to hire, manage, and engage great talent.
Most importantly, he has four children, a wonderful wife of ten-plus years, and a preference for running in a variety of outlandish races for fun.
Sharon Byrnes, Director-EY Talent Team (moderator)
Giselle Mota Principal, TheEdge - Future of Work Global Enterprise Solutions at ADP (panelist)
Giselle Mota is a Principal consultant on the Future of Work at ADP. She has experience in digital workplace learning strategies employing AI and data analytics-driven solutions to assist executives and practitioners with organizational strategies. She has spoken at TEDx and several HR conferences and events always bringing relevance, simplicity and humanity to future of work topics that can often seem abstract and complex. She holds a Master’s in Business with a focus on organizational design and change management.
Jill Windelspecht, Executive Organizational Consultant, Coach, Podcaster, Trainer and Keynote Speaker – Talent Specialists Consulting
Jill Windelspecht works with organizations of all sizes and industries and helps them optimize talent through the use of Predictive Index tools and resources. Jill brings over 20 years of experience in leading talent management and organization effectiveness initiatives globally, working in 15 countries in both regional and global organizations including Eaton, Honeywell and FirstEnergy. She owns her own Coaching & Consulting business, Talent Specialists Consulting as well as an Executive Consultant with Day91Consulting – a Predictive Index® certified partner, Executive Coach with Korn Ferry, keynote speaker, Podcaster (Brain Hacks 4 Leadership http://brainhack.libsyn.com/) and is the Cleveland Chapter President for IAW (International Association of Women). Her website is www.TalentSpecialists.net.
Registration & Networking: 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM (Continental Breakfast provided)
Keynote: 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Break: 9:30 AM - 9:45 AM
Panel Discussion: 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
Vendor Demo: 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Location: Cleveland Museum of Natural History (1 Wade Oval., University Circle/Cleveland)
Free parking to those who park in the museum garage
Cleveland SHRM: $55.00
Students/Members in Transition: $25.00
This program will be submitted through HRCI and SHRM for recertification credits
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