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About the Institute for Human Resources Certificate Program:
The ultimate goal of the Institute for Human Resources (IHR) is to provide certification to industry professionals in particular areas of HR. In doing this, we are able to build talent pools of highly skilled and trained professionals with critical niche skills and networks that can share best practices across these key HR disciplines. The certification and accreditation process is developed through an independent board of advisors who are industry experts and have access to the latest technology, best practices and thought leaders in their space. This helps to ensure the certification process is relevant, meaningful, and current. The Certification Programs will support the development of HR Professionals to achieve the highest caliber of knowledge and expertise in each of the areas.
Abstracts for presentations from knowledgeable corporate HR professionals, are solicited to provide sessions and fulfill accreditation requirements for professionals undergoing certification and industry specialization.
The presentations will be part of a comprehensive conference program on the latest learning, trends, best practices, and technologies as they are being applied to job performance improvement for HR professionals. The curriculum for the conference and certification program will highlight: ways to implement, build a business case, get management buy-in, determine ROI, establish key metrics, and manage change in the workforce.
Topics of interest for our members include, but are not limited to:
This type of presentation typically involves one or two speakers who present information on their topic of choice with the use of PowerPoint slides and/or other media residing on the laptop or the web. Forty-five minutes are allowed for this kind of presentation with 15 minutes for questions and answers. These presentations will be simulcast live to a virtual audience, and will be recorded for future review. This kind of presentation constitutes the majority of slots on the conference program. These presentations will be submitted to HRCI for recertification credits.
This type of presentation typically involves a moderator and three or four panelists with extensive experience or knowledge related to the panel topic. The moderator and the panelists generally are from distinct organizations (e.g., they are not from the same company, university or government agency). The moderator acts as the Emcee and proposes questions to the panelists as well as relaying questions from the attendees. One hour is allowed for this type of panel presentation. During the course of the conference, 3 to 4 panel presentations will be accepted for inclusion in the program. These presentations will not be submitted to HRCI for recertification credits.
Presenters should have the following qualifications:
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