Strategic Planning Presentation by John Baldino, MSHRD SPHR SHRM-SCP, President, Humareso
Bio: With 28 years of human resources experience, John’s passion of setting contributors and companies up for success is still going strong. John is a keynote for US and International Conferences where he shares content and thoughts on leadership, collaboration and innovation, employee success, organizational design and development as well as inclusion and diversity. He has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, SHRM publications and featured prominently on a variety of podcasts. John is a previous winner of the Delaware Valley HR Person of the Year award. John is currently the President of Humareso, a global human resources consulting firm, and the proud dad of 3 amazing young adults.
Purpose: Strategy is a buzz word that can instill fear for those who have a role in its actualization. For the human resources practitioner, it often means realization that the depth of training is limited. When were you taught how to be strategic?
The business necessity for strategic thinking, planning and implementation is acute in 2020. Working through the three building blocks for a strategic plan – People, Process and Systems/Resources – the human resources practitioner will need to master all three elements, not just the people portion. Determining how the right resources will be found and put into place is a vital competency for HR.
Utilizing tools such as SWOT, Gap Analysis and MVV centrality, the human resources professional will be able to partner with senior leadership is driving the discussion around objectives and measurable results. The attendee will be challenged in his/her own knowledge in these areas, as well as how any roadblocks have kept human resources at a distance from previous strategic planning initiatives. The attendee will be able to identify and use relevant applications to transform their role at their workplaces.
This would be a great presentation to extend an invitation to attend to your CEO, President or Director.