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DSHRM HR Learn: "Insights for Aligning HR with Business Strategy"
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CHROs Share Insights for Aligning HR with Business Strategy

7/24/2018
When: Tuesday, July 24, 2018
5:00pm - 8:00pm
Where: Shriners Silver Garden Event Center
24350 Southfield Road
Southfield, Michigan  48075
United States
Presenter: Deloris Hunt, David Turner, Rosemary Brewer and Nikki Kallek
Contact: Detroit SHRM
(248) 478-6498


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Submit Advance Questions: Continuing with our next HR Learn, “Aligning HR with Business Strategy,” DSHRM members will once again have the opportunity to submit questions beforehand to the Marketing Committee for this session’s speakers, Ms. Deloris Hunt, CHRO at Michigan Medicine University of Michigan and DSHRM’s very own President, Mr. David Turner, Vice President of University Human Resources, Eastern Michigan University. All attending guests can submit questions to: https://goo.gl/forms/iU077ly7e9Y7QjU43, and the best questions will be asked live at the event! See below for additional details. 

 

"Insights for Aligning HR with Business Strategy"


PRESENTATION SUMMARY:

Successful HR leaders align human resource strategy and practices with organization business strategies. They work with others on the executive team, not in HR silos. They adapt to meet changing business needs, build strong working relationships and negotiate effectively. They build and develop their organization’s talent pool and identify the data analytics needed for effective decision making. HR professionals at all levels will hear HR executives discuss their experiences navigating the HR leadership landscape and learn how they too can align their human resources practices with the business strategies of their organizations.

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Participants in the program will gain an understanding of how to:

  • Design and lead effective HR strategies;
  • Build effective business alliances;
  • Develop and engage the workforce for the future;
  • Influence and negotiate impactful structures, processes and resources; and
  • Navigate successful HR careers.


AGENDA:

5:00 – 5:40 PM                       Networking & Registration

5:40 – 6:30 PM                       Dinner & Announcements     

6:30 – 8:00 PM                       Presentation


CERTIFICATION CREDIT

HRCI - Pre-approved for 1.5 Business Credits 

SHRM - Pre-approved for 1.5 Credits

 

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION FEES (through July 19):

Detroit SHRM Professional Members - $49.00
Detroit SHRM Student Members - $35.00

Non-Members - $79.00

 

REGISTRATION FEES (after July 19):

Detroit SHRM Professional Members - $60.00
Detroit SHRM Student Members - $46.00

Non-Members - $90.00

 

CANCELLATION POLICY:

Cancellations must be received in writing to info@detroitshrm.org by July 19, 2018. Refunds cannot be issued for cancellations received after this date; however, substitutions for another person to attend in your place are gladly accepted (please note that members substituting a non-member may result in a higher registration fee).

 

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ADVANCE QUESTIONSAs 2018 wraps up its first half, business leaders will be looking to their executive teams to formulate their 2nd half strategies. As DSHRM thinks about this, we pose one question to our members: “Who better than HR to lead the way in providing their CEO with exactly what they need to know?” Continuing with our next HR Learn, “Aligning HR with Business Strategy,” DSHRM members will once again have the opportunity to submit questions in advance to the Marketing Committee for this session's speakers: Ms. Deloris Hunt, CHRO at Michigan Medicine University of Michigan and DSHRM’s very own President, Mr. David Turner, Vice President of University Human Resources, Eastern Michigan University. All attending guests can submit up to 3 questions to: https://goo.gl/forms/iU077ly7e9Y7QjU43, and the best questions will be asked live at the event! Please keep the following topics in mind when submitting your question(s):

 

·         HR Strategy, what is it and how do I implement it?

·         Building the right alliances to push your strategy.

·         Where does engagement fall into HR strategy?


We hope that by submitting questions up front we can maximize the time our speakers have by answering questions that will serve purpose for all attendees. 
Please have your questions submitted no later than Monday, July 23rd.


Thanks Everyone!

DSHRM Marketing Committee


ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:

Deloris Hunt, MSA is employed at Michigan Medicine University of Michigan as Chief Human Resources Officer of Human Resources.

Deloris has more than 20 years of human resources executive experience in the healthcare industry; most recently she worked at the Detroit Medical Center/Tenet Health.   During her 12 years at DMC, Hunt led the system through major changes, including transition to two new owners.  Under her leadership, DMC was recognized for Diversity, Leadership Development, Building Michigan Healthcare/MHA, and several State, City and Midtown partnerships.

Prior to joining the DMC, Deloris worked for Saint Joseph Mercy Health System, Ann Arbor, Michigan/Trinity System as system director of HR. She also worked at Henry Ford Health System holding various positions in human resources at different locations.

Educated in the Detroit Public School System, Deloris earned a master’s degree in administration from Central Michigan University, and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Wayne State University.  She is a graduate of Leadership Detroit – Class XXXII – 2011, she was named the Michigan HR Executive of the Year in 2012; and served six years as a Commissioner for the Michigan Department of Civil Rights. Earlier of this year, Deloris was honored by the Michigan Chronicle as 2018 Woman of Excellence. 

She is a member of several Human Resources Associations including, Society of Human Resources Management, Michigan Healthcare Human Resources of Michigan, and American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration, and past president, parliamentarian and board member of the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources, Detroit Chapter.

 

David Turner, Vice President of University Human Resources, joined the Eastern Michigan University (EMU) family in 2014.  As part of the Executive Council, he oversees the negotiation and administration of collective bargaining agreements along with developing programs for enhancing EMU employees’ talent, promoting employee wellness, and ensuring a diverse and inclusive workforce. 

David has taken on the human resource demands that frequent the education industry with an attitude of getting it done while being an educational beacon for his human resource colleagues. David has embraced the opportunities that come with working in labor driven environments and educational settings and transcended the usual discourse of uncoopertiveness while building solid working foundations. His unique insights into the human resource function in the education discipline offers a way of succeeding in a demanding career discipline.

Currently, David serves as President for both the D-SHRM, the Detroit Chapter of SHRM and the Farmington Public School Board.

Previously, Mr. Turner held the position of Associate Superintendent of Human Resources, Legal and Labor Relations and Student Services at Southfield Public Schools. He has also served as Executive Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations at Oak Park Public Schools, as Executive Director of Human Resources Operations at Detroit Public Schools and as Human Resources Director at MGM Grand Detroit Casino.

David is a proud alumnus of Eastern Michigan University.

 

Rosemary Brewer, former Vice President of Human Resources, Detroit Manufacturing Systems. Before joining DMS, she served in various HR leadership roles for Fortune 100 companies, including 32 years at General Motors and Delphi, in the U.S. and Europe.

Brewer accepted a summer job after graduation at a General Motors plant and subsequently remained with the company for 32 years. During her tenure, she transitioned from production supervisor to HR, managing workers' compensation, salaried personnel and labor relations. She later joined Delphi where she was promoted to plant HR director for Delphi Safety &  Interior at an Ohio site servicing 1,300 salaried and hourly employees. Advancing to HR director for Delphi Thermal & Interior in Lockport, NY she managed 4,200 salaried and hourly employees. Brewer later joined Delphi at its Troy, Michigan headquarters as divisional salaried HR director, shaping overall strategic development and implementation of HR policy and program design for 38 global sites, more than 16,000 employees and $5.5 billion in annual revenue.

After retiring from Delphi, she returned to work to accept a position as Director of Human Resources in a new industry for Greatbatch Medical, providing guidance to HR departments across the U.S., Mexico, France and Switzerland for the medical device company that generated $450 million in revenue.

Rosemary Brewer is a Michigan native who holds a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Western Michigan University.

 

Nikki Kallek has been with Crain Communications Inc. since October 2008.  An open and straightforward leader, Kallek serves as Chief Human Resource Officer. In this role, she and her staff are responsible for the planning and implementation of human resources strategies for all Crain Communications’ offices worldwide.

Prior to joining Crain, she worked for Global Team Blue (formerly Team Detroit and JWT) for 10 years as Director, Human Resources.  She has also worked for a start-up organization building the HR function from the ground up and started her HR career in healthcare.

Kallek has her B.A. in Political Science from Michigan State University, and her M.S. in Industrial Relations from Wayne State University.




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