Discover the Inspiration Behind How HR Change Makers Challenged Tradition, Transformed Their Strategic Impact & Future-Proofed Their Institutions
LEAP HR: Higher Education is returning for its third year to unite the industry’s most future-focused HR leaders and shine a light on the best examples of genuine and applicable HR transformations from universities & colleges across the US.
This is you and your team’s unique opportunity to take inspiration from how non-traditional HR leaders are future-proofing their institutions with forward-thinking new people strategies. Step inside the innovation that is making an active difference to HR impact across universities and colleges - and leave with the toolkit you need to deliver next-level value to your staff, faculty, and student populations.
Among the highlights:
|Baylor University’s CHRO will reveal how she leveraged lessons learned in the corporate sector to transform the use of HR systems and tools to future proof the institution|
|University of Virginia will lift the lid on how it challenged traditional HR service delivery models to better meet the needs of campus-wide constituents|
|Stevens Institute of Technology will showcase how it has cultivated a high performing leadership team through a unique approach to performance management for senior executives|
|Duke University will explain how it created an agile strategy to support its students, staff and faculty through the impact of COVID-19|
|University of Vermont will share how its revamped onboarding strategy transformed campus belonging, civility, and equity|
“Excellent. The best conference targeting the specific challenges CHROs face in Higher Education I have ever attended.”
The University of Texas at Dallas
“Just having the calibre of HR leaders who were present, in one room, at one time to share their experiences was amazing.”
University of New Jersey
“HR in higher education needs disrupting if we are to successfully move from our current state to the future state and LEAP HR: Higher Education gets straight to the heart of what we must challenge and change now.”
University of Washington at St. Louis