Featuring dozens of education sessions in six content areas, this conference touches on all of the major HR and talent management competencies. You can also earn up to 10 HRCI CEUs and SHRM PDCs! Click on each content area to explore confirmed sessions and speakers.
Ready to start planning your time at Building Brilliance? Review our current session grid (updated 3/2/16).
These sessions cover general business knowledge, judgment and awareness for all levels of HR practitioners.
Diversity & Inclusion
Sessions in this content area focus on the qualities, experiences and work styles that make individuals unique, such as age, race, religion, disability, ethnicity, gender, national origin and sexual orientation, and how organizations can leverage those qualities in support of business objectives.
In this content area, sessions address topics that contribute to the development and maintenance of a productive work environment.
These sessions focus on the broad spectrum of employee wellness program implementation, encompassing the physical, emotional and spiritual health of employees.
These sessions cover human resource related activities with a global reach. Topics may include challenges of leading global teams, cultural competency, a look at labor law around the world and the movement and management of a global workforce.
Law & Legislation
In an ever-changing legislative environment, HR professionals must understand critical legal issues that affect day-to-day business decisions. These sessions highlight policies and practices which focus on key employment law issues that affect the way HR professionals conduct business
Talent Acquisition & Management
These sessions offer tips on how to maximize your effectiveness in talent management, including recruiting, educating, coaching, development and succession planning.
These sessions focus on a broad range of topics, from the basics to cutting-edge tactics in compensation, benefits and total rewards. Total rewards topics include anything the employee perceives to be of value resulting from the employment relationship.