This schedule is subject to change.
Wednesday, September 12
11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre Excursion (Optional)
Join us for an optional excursion to Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre and explore the beautiful scenery and bracing activity that Denver has to offer. Enjoy a light hike, or take in the striking views during this unique networking opportunity with HR colleagues at no cost.
Welcome Reception and Keynote
Hear from keynote speaker Ripa Rashid, internationally recognized expert on gender, global leadership, inclusion, and next generation talent strategies, in a powerful discussion on talent management philosophies and how you can develop yours in a way that your organization can embrace. Enjoy heavy hors d'oeuvres and great conversation during this networking reception.
Speaker: Ripa Rashid, Co-President, Center for Talent Innovation; Managing Partner, Hewlett Consulting Partners
Thursday, September 13
Shuttle Leaves Hotel for Daniels Fund
Enjoy breakfast, light networking, and preparing for the day's activities with your peers.
Introduction to Daniels Fund
Take a tour of the Daniels Fund building.
Setting the Tone
Set a tone of confidentiality and trust with Julianne Sobral, Chief Operating Officer for the Council on Foundations.
New Power at Work
Join Henry Timms in an engaging dialogue on the new power of work, what factors are at play, and how we can best position our organizations and leadership to adapt to a highly connected world. Henry Timms is the executive director of the 92nd Street Y, co-founder of #GivingTuesday, and a Visiting Fellow at Stanford University’s Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society. With Jeremy Heimans, he is the co-author of the book NEW POWER: How Power Works in Our Hyperconnected World - and How to Make it Work for You, forthcoming April 2018 from Doubleday.
Speaker: Henry Timms, Excecutive Director, 92nd Street Y
10:45 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Work with your peers and answer questions to determine where you and your organization are at in the development of your talent management philosophy.
Performance Development Plans
Stephanie Andrews using her own experiences will discuss how individualized performance development plans can be an integral part of the larger narrative of your talent management philosophy and ways to create growth within flat organizations.
Speaker: Stephanie Andrews, Talent Development Director, Bush Foundation
Light snacks will be served.
Barriers with Solutions
In this peer workshop facilitated by Bettina Deynes, develop the tools and strategies you need to move the needle of change in your organization's talent management philosophy. Network with your collegues to discuss successes and lessons learned in their journeys and how you can apply those to your own.
Facilitator: Bettina A. Deynes, Interim Chief Human Resources & Strategy Officer & Chief Diversity Officer for Society for Human Resource Management, Virginia
Moving to Action
Wrap up the day by spending a few minutes recapping what we learned throughout the day, and receive some final, take home actions that you can implement in your institution.