February 15, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
AUM Taylor Center
7400 East Drive
Montgomery, AL 36117
This one-day conference will provide professionals in personnel administration, human resources, training and development, talent management, and human capital management an opportunity to hear from field experts who will be addressing an array of critical and relevant topics.
Who Should Attend?
- Equal Employment
- Personnel Administration
- Human Resources
- Training and Development
- Talent Management
- Human Capital Management
- General Management
Registration: The fee includes lunch and conference materials.
- Conference Fee - $119
- Group rate (3 or more) - $109
Keynote Presentation: John O'Leary, #1 National Bestselling Author & Speaker
General Session: Labor and Employment Law Update with Dorman Walker
Description: Dorman Walker will update us on the most recent developments in this area.
General Session: Active Shooter How to Respond
Description: Active Shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly. Because active shooter situations are often over within 10 to 15 minutes, before law enforcement arrivers on the scene, individuals must be prepared both mentally and physically to deal with an active shooter situation.
Speaker: Steve Johnson, Special Agent, Senior, ALEA
General Session: - Stay Conversations
Speaker: Sandra Stenger, Chief Talent Officer, MAX Credit Union
Lunch: HR is Valued and Valuable
General Session: Emerging Strategies for the Evolving Workforce
Description: Learn strategies that will help to attract/recruit top talent, engage/retain a workforce, build leadership and plan for future needs and transform employees into brand advocates. Speaker: Lynn Billing, Senior Vice President, West & South Central, Franchise & License Spherion Staffing Services
General Session: The Power of One - Room 230
Description: Expected to die, John O'Leary now teaches others how to truly live. John was a curious nine-year-old boy. Playing with fire and gasoline, he created a massive explosion in his garage and was burned on 100% of his body. Given less than 1% chance of survival, John is proof of the power of the human spirit. His unlikely recovery meant a journey of pain and loss that could have easily been insurmountable. However, far from being an example of someone who simply endured tragedy, John is a luminous example of thriving through adversity. Surprisingly, this "survivor" story isn't focused on John - rather, it is a celebration of heroes who intimately served him and his family. From a dedicated Hall of Fame sports announcer to a visionary burn nurse (and countless others), every individual involved in this 1987 fire teaches us this truth: one person can make a profound difference in the lives of others. With emotional storytelling and unexpected humor, John reminds audiences of the significance of daily attitudes, the power of gratitude, and the impact of serving others with courage. He reawakens audiences to realize the gift of today and the possibility of tomorrow.
Speaker: John O'Leary
**If you are with an Agency/Firm that needs to be invoiced, please contact Brittany Thomasson at Brittany.Thomasson@outreach.aum.edu or call 334-244-3804. On-line registration is not set up for invoicing.**