Peter AdebiNemours Children's Health System
Peter Adebi is the EVP, Chief Human Resources Officer at Nemours Children's Health System.
In an environment of constant workplace change, how can employers create a consistent community that builds enduring bonds of trust with workers? Our one-day live conference will bring together leading thinkers and top executives in HR, hybrid work, diversity, benefits, social impact and employee engagement for an up-to-the-minute conversation on topics such as creating equity in a hybrid workplace, balancing productivity with well-being, offering better career paths, developing diversity in leadership, and supporting working parents.
From Day One is a Recertification Provider for SHRM and HRCI. This session is eligible for 4 credits from both organizations. The Activity IDs will be sent to attendees after the conclusion of the session.
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Willie Jackson, Partner and Head of Growth, ReadySet
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The future of work is both human and AI. Where is HR in this revolution? i4cp, the leading authority on next practices in human capital, recently conducted a global research study that reveals how generative AI is specifically impacting the HR function–and how innovative HR teams are taking full advantage of this fast-evolving technology. In this session led by i4cp’s VP of research, Lorrie Lykins, you’ll be among the first to see the key findings from the study and hear what sets high-performance organizations apart from the rest. Highlights include the nine practices of AI innovators, i4cp’s Generative AI Maturity Model, AI governance and policy trends,
hw HR is currently using generative AI–and what the future holds.
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Gone are the days when managers were advised to keep a professional distance from employees’ personal lives. Today, successful leaders understand that to drive employee engagement, they must now lean in and arm themselves with the necessary tools to address personal matters effectively. This workshop delves into the transformative power of empathic leadership, illustrating its direct impact on team engagement, productivity, and overall organizational success. You will learn specific strategies to elevate your leadership, foster a culture of belonging, and secure your company’s competitive stance, and you will walk away with action items that your organization can take to upskill managers at scale and equip leadership with the know-how needed to lead more effectively through employees’ personal experiences.
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When employees feel recognized and engaged, a workplace culture that supports productivity, loyalty, and overall organizational success is built. How can leaders effectively implement programs that go beyond financial incentives to ensure employees feel valued and appreciated? What are some innovative approaches to boost employee engagement, especially in remote or hybrid work environments, and how can leaders measure the effectiveness of these initiatives?
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Middle managers have long been underappreciated and misused, but they matter more to your organization–and its bottom line–than you might realize. Join McKinsey partner Bryan Hancock and senior partner emeritus Bill Schaninger for this fireside chat to explore how middle managers need to be empowered, supported, resourced, developed, and promoted so they can reach their full potential.
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From recruiting to the job offer, the hiring process has many steps where talent can be overlooked, blocked, or lost to competitors. What are the most effective ways in which employers can remove obstacles and boost engagement? How can they make the most of other pathways besides recruiting, including internships and referrals? How can employers use people analytics to gain insight into what keeps employees engaged and satisfied?
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Peter Adebi, EVP, Chief HR Officer, Nemours Children’s Health
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