Develop the leader in you at SHRM-Atlanta’s 2017 Symposium: Leadership at All Levels
Calling all human resources professionals and business leaders.
Leadership is a journey with continued learning required at all levels. For those early in your HR career (or have part-time HR responsibility), are you developing your skills and have you found your voice to successfully implement initiatives? For mid-career professionals, have you become adept at influencing others and are you successful at initiating change? And, if you’re more senior in your career, are you looking for ways to reach the pinnacle status, or effectively invest in others as you create a legacy?
Become part of this conversation and participate in SHRM-Atlanta’s 2017 Symposium: Leadership at All Levels as we focus on you and the key competencies you’ll need to take your career and business initiatives to the next level.
For certified HR professionals, all tracks and sessions will earn SHRM PDCs and HRCI CEUs for recertification credit. Please watch for coming information regarding Symposium sessions and speakers.
Speak at the 2017 Symposium
Subject matter experts are invited to submit their presentations for consideration to speak during the 2017 Symposium! Your submission must be entered no later than May 12, 2017.
Three Reasons Why You Should Attend
- Invest in Yourself: Success requires time and effort; investing in your own professional development not only benefits you, it also benefits your company. Add to your skills and knowledge while increasing your effectiveness. Get inspired and have fun!
- Support your Business: Keep up-to-date with latest in thought leadership, trends and solutions in human resources and talent management so that you and your business stay ahead of the curve. Bring back invaluable lesson to your business and cement your professional standing within the organization
- Make Meaningful Connections: Connect and learn with like-minded peers with varying backgrounds and experiences that could prove resourceful in the future. Be a part of something bigger than your role, department, or company!