The 8 Best Online Conferences for HR Professionals to Attend Before the Year End…


It’s been a crazy year with everyone’s plans, goals and ideas for what 2020 could be shifting quite drastically from where they were in January. The event planning space is no different as conference planners have been scrambling to take events entirely online and ensure they don’t completely lose their audiences for an entire year.

With the volume of events going online, your inbox is likely flooded with offers for seminars turned webinar, and annual tradeshows or conferences turned digital summit. As you’ll know, we here at the HR Exchange Network already do our fair share of online events and put a lot of effort into curating highly relevant content presented by industry thought leaders.

With that in mind, here are 8 events from us here at HREN and our sister networks that can help you navigate the rest of a wildly unpredictable 2020 as well as the year ahead.

Chief Learning Officer Exchange Aug. 17-18

Learning and development is taking center stage during this crisis as the topic of reskilling and upskilling employees to create the adaptive workforce needed to face the challenges of the next decade is being addressed in nearly every organization across the world.

This year’s Chief Learning Officer Exchange is focused on creating learning experiences that impact performance. The two day event has moved 100% online and will feature a variety of speakers from within the learning space. Learn more.

24th North American Shared Services & Outsourcing Week Aug. 25 – Sept. 4

Another big conference that is going digital for 2020 is SSON’s Share Services and Outsourcing Week. Topics will range from automation and AI to performance management strategy and workshops focusing on a range of shared services topics. Learn more.

HR Exchange Live: Corporate Learning 2020 Sept. 15-17

Our third annual free online corporate learning event is around the corner. This year’s event will take a look at L&D through a variety of lenses including how the industry has responded to the pandemic and where things go from here.

The three day event features speakers from large companies and industry solution providers as we aim to answer pressing questions around the future of organizational development and learning. Learn more.

Business Process Management Live 2020 Sept. 29 – Oct. 1

Process improvement is always an important topic, but now, as workforce sizes ebb and flow and the future looks uncertain, efficiency in process is as important as ever. Being able to incorporate automation, inspire collaboration and support a culture of continuous improvement is vital to success. BPM Live is designed to help keep business professionals involved in process and operational excellence up to speed in a quickly evolving market. Learn more.

READ: Questions About COVID-19 Impacts, L&D and Reskilling Answered by HR Leaders 

Employee Engagement & Experience APAC Oct. 20-21

Organizational culture is a key piece of keeping employees engaged during times of crisis. This event focused on the APAC region will unpack examples of how culture impacts the bottom line as well as the workforce. This free event will feature both end user speakers and solution providers. Topics will range from people analytics to digital transformation and emergency management. Learn more.

Process Mining and BPM for Shared Services Digital Summit Nov. 3-5

Process mining and mapping are important elements of any strategy aimed at redesigning and optimizing business processes. As investment in process mining tools and technology increases, structural changes to the business lie ahead. Our friends at SSON are building the roster of speakers for this free event as we speak. Learn more.

Chief Human Resources Officer Exchange Nov. 9-10

What a year it’s been for the CHRO. A workplace shift that many thought would take years has unfolded in a matter of months for these leaders in one of the most hectic environments for employee relations we can remember. This year’s CHRO Exchange, titled “Navigating a Novel Workplace: Exploring the New Frontier of HR,” will focus on cultural elements that support a productive environment as your organization shifts focus and setting. Learn more.

Talent Exchange Live 2020 Dec. 8-10

Few areas of the HR function have shifted more than the talent acquisition and management landscape amid this pandemic. How HR professionals look for and assess talent is evolving and there is undoubtedly more change to come. This year’s Talent Exchange Live will add a third day. Speakers are currently being recruited and topics finalized. Be sure to keep an eye on the website for updates to come. Learn more.

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