Among the Government People Leaders Who Shared Their Stories of HR Innovation at the 2020 Conference:

Alex Smith

Alex Smith

Chief Human Resources Officer

City of Memphis

Devin Brown

Devin Brown

Chief Human Resources Officer

Kern County

Karen Niparko

Executive Director & Chief Human Resources Officer

City & County of Denver

Quinton Herbert

Chief Human Capital Officer

City of Baltimore

Sally Vardy

Chief Human Resources Officer

Harris County Appraisal District

How State & Local Government HR Change-Makers Have Turned Adversity Into Opportunity to Re-Engage & Reconnect With Their Diverse Workforce, Communities & Citizens

LEAP HR: Government is a unique opportunity for HR leaders from across state and local government to explore how to enable our workforce, community and citizens to navigate the post vaccine world. 

Rethink traditional HR approaches to employee engagement, redesign a more agile workforce, create a robust culture, and develop your top talent into the strategic leaders needed to lead a diverse government workforce fit for the future.  

2020 Conference Highlights included:

Re-imagine the role of HR in promoting and protecting equality within government: Discover how Multnomah County’s workforce equity strategic plan is transforming how it approaches recruitment, retention and professional development as critical experiences for its diverse workforce 
Leverage critical lessons learnt in 2020 to build a more resilient workforce: The City & County of Denver explains how it is focusing on new opportunities to build a stronger, more resilient workforce fit for the future 
Transform government’s ability to attract a new generation of top talent: Uncover how the City of Phoenix is embracing the transition to remote working to transform how prospective employees view working within government 
Rethink the role of government HR in crisis management and emergency workforce planning: The City of Toledo will reveal how it has embraced the lessons learnt during Covid-19 to implement best practices to future-proof against new crises 
Develop a high-performance government organization post-Covid-19: Kern County explains how it is prioritizing learning & development to develop a high-performance culture in which its people will thrive 
Transform HR impact during periods of significant organizational and community disruption: Find out how the City of Memphis redefined its HR delivery model to accommodate business disruption and prepare its workforce to adapt and pivot in 2021 & beyond 
Embrace private sector practices to become a top workplace: Hear why Harris County Appraisal District completely overhauled traditional leadership development to ensure a robust leadership fit for the future 
Leverage technology to boost employee engagement: Discover how the City of Durham’s city-wide digital platform enabled them to surpass its pre-Covid-19 level of engagement and support a scattered remote workforce 
Become an employer of choice: Hear how Racine County is finding the creative, data-driven solutions critical to meeting its long-term workforce needs as a government agency and as an employer
Rethink the role of HR in driving critical relationships between your police department & your citizens: The City of Allentown will explain how it’s new data-driven action plan is building stronger relationships between its law enforcement and its citizens 


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