May 2024 | New York City
Past Program Sessions
Keynote: Commissioner Keith Sonderling, EEOCCommissioner Sonderling shared his insights on the future of Automated Employment Decision Tool regulations and what Commissioner Sonderling sees for 2023 and beyond.
Ready or Not, Regulations Are ComingOur expert panel discussed what the upcoming 2023 regulations means for Responsible HR initiatives and the Future of Work. Speakers Include: -- Rob Szyba, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP -- Scott T. Loughlin Partner, Hogan Lovells -- Commissioner Keith Sonderling, EEOC
The Paradox of the HR Mission: Creating a Multidimensional View of TalentThe art and science of the HR role came together in this panel discussion. How do you balance the need for skills versus learning agility? What are the considerations in finding the balance between growth mindset and skills? Speakers Include: -- Dr. Anna Tavis, Clinical Professor Academic Dir. Human Capital Mgt, New York University -- Yustina Saleh, Managing Director of Innovation Solutions, The Burning Glass Institute
Becoming a Skills-Based Organization - More than a trend?The term Skills-Based Organization or "SBO" has grown in popularity as the upskilling and reskilling movement takes hold in today's enterprises, but is it just a trend? Or is this the fundamental movement many are discussing? Our panel shared their take on what a Skills Based Organization is, what the growing focus on Skills means for the future and how they are advocating, enabling or starting to implement a SBO approach. Speakers Include: -- Heidi Ramirez Perloff, SVP, Global HR Strategic Initiatives & Delivery Solutions, The Estee Lauder Companies -- Sandra Loughlin, PhD, Chief Learning Scientist, EPAM -- Ben Eubanks, Chief Research Officer, Lighthouse Research & Advisory -- Urmi Majithia, Principal Product Manager, Atlassian
The Hidden Architecture of a Skills-Based OrganizationSandra Loughlin, PhD, Chief Learning Scientist at EPAM Systems, shared insights, best practices, and key lessons learned from the journey EPAM took to become a true Skills-Based Organization. Discussing why a skills framework, while a first major milestone, is not enough and what HR and business leaders need to do to reorient the organization to drive continuous upskilling and realize ROI. Speakers Include: -- Sandra Loughlin, PhD, Chief Learning Scientist, EPAM -- Shay David, PhD, CEO, retrain.ai
Can Innovation and Regulation Co-Exist? How ChatGPT Sparked the ConversationChatGPT has added new fuel (and light) to the conversation around the use of generative AI in the day to day both personally and professionally. This session discussed the rise of new innovations and the balance between leveraging new, innovative solutions and the rise in regulations. Speakers Include: -- Chris Gokturk, Executive Director, Fed Compliance & Reporting, Littler -- Art Kleiner, Editor-in-Chief, Kleiner Powell International -- Yuying Chen-Wynn, Managing Director, Wittingly Ventures -- Niloy Ray, eDiscovery Counsel, Littler
A Look Forward: 2023 and Beyond Responsible HR Trends and PredictionsIn our closing session CEO and Co-Founder, Dr. Shay David and COO and Co-Founder, Isabelle Bichler, shared their insights on what's on the horizon for our future of work.
Principal Product Manager
Chief Research Officer, Lighthouse Research & Advisory
Sandra Loughlin, PhD
Chief Learning Scientist
COO and Co-Founder
Dr. Anna Tavis
Clinical Professor, HCM Department
Dr. Shay David
Editor-in-Chief, Kleiner Powell International
Heidi Ramirez Perloff
SVP, Global Human Resources
Dr. Yustina Saleh
Managing Director of Innovation Solutions
Executive Dir., Fed. Compliance & Reporting
Keith E. Sonderling
Talent scarcity. Upskilling and Reskilling. DEIB. Talent intelligence. Responsible AI. HR leaders have a lot to track in today’s changed–and continually changing–workforce landscape. Navigating it all while remaining agile and competitive isn’t just a departmental challenge; it’s an overall business imperative.
The Responsible HR Forum, hosted by retrain.ai, will focus on the role of Responsible AI in building a diverse and inclusive workforce, and on increasing regulation around AI in automated hiring processes.
At a time when industry data shows that companies with highly diverse workforces generate more revenue, and when the epicenter of the business world, New York City, is in the spotlight for upcoming laws mandating AI bias audits, the time is now for this critical conversation.
The retrain.ai Responsible HR Forum is bringing together a wide range of specialists to share varying perspectives on the issues most affecting HR leaders today. Through speaking sessions, panel discussions and networking time, attendees can gain new insights into what exactly makes Responsible HR, and formulate strategies on how to enrich their own organization’s Responsible HR practices.
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