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Cultivating a People-First Culture in the Age of AI

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Session Focus: Anticipating the Next Major Disruptor, Strategic Planning for the Future of Work
How are you preparing to reframe the employer/employee relationship?
In the rapidly evolving landscape of the Future of Work and Artificial Intelligence, fostering a People-First Culture is imperative for workforce sustainability. Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) play a pivotal role in shaping this culture and are integral to the development of Next Gen Leaders. Let's explore three themes identified as 2024 HR trends:
  1. HR Realigning Priorities
  2. HR Operating Model Changes
  3. HR as a Force for Good (People-First)
Join Angie Zeigler, VP of Talent and Leadership Development at Regal Rexnord, as she engages in a dynamic discussion with Guillermo Gutierrez, Director of DEI at ManpowerGroup, to unravel anticipating major disruptors into organizational culture and talent structures. This roundtable session will feature compelling case studies, providing insights into real-world applications. Participants can contribute and glean best practices, fostering a collaborative environment that aligns DEIB initiatives to build a robust, AI-empowered workforce and cultivate a People-First Culture. We will plan to explore a few of these 11 HR Trends for 2024: Elevating Work from AIHR’s recent HR Trends Report: 11 HR Trends for 2024: Elevating Work   Co-create the agenda for the Skills-First Talent Practices Milwaukee Roundtable. Engage in focused discussions with HR Talent and DEI leaders, sharing experiences and strategies to integrate the Next Major Disruptor into workforce development. Get ready for an insightful conversation. Working Agenda 11:30 - 12:15 – Networking Lunch 12:15 - 12:30 – Welcome (Dirk Tussing) 12:30 -  1:00 – Cultivating a People-First Culture at Manpower (Guillermo Gutierrez) 1:00 -   2:00 – Theme #1: HR Realigning Priorities (Laura Nigbur) 2:30 -   3:30 – Theme #2: HR Operating Model Changes (Angie Zeigler) 3:30 -   4:30 – Theme #3: HR as a (People-First) Force for Good (Mike Grubich) 4:45 -   5:00 – Application Back Home for Anticipating the Next Major Disruptor and Closing Remarks (Kyle Swanson) 5:00 -   6:00 – Off-site Happy Hour Networking
ELE's Wisconsin cohort for Learning & HR Executives is a year-long learning process through face-to-face collaboration and networking with other local heads of talent development. Each senior leader is encouraged to bring a peer from their organization who contributes to, engages, or supports the learning & talent spectrum for their workplace. Our quarterly cohort exchanges use the following design elements:
  1. Sharing practical case studies aligned to business needs
  2. Identifying key issues and developing insights and solutions
  3. Canvassing learning industry trends applied at ELE members’ workplace
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Michael Grubich
President & Chief Talent Officer @ LAK GroupLAK Group
LAK Group

About Michael Grubich

Michael is a seasoned Human Resources executive with more than 25 years of global leadership experience. He provides strategic leadership regarding all talent solutions and initiatives which enhance the performance of organizations, individuals, teams and leaders. Proactive, results-oriented with solid planning and organizational skills demonstrated in coordinating all aspects of strategic human resources from inception through completion.

Kyle Swanson
D&I and Leadership Development LeaderZiel Leadership
Ziel Leadership

About Kyle Swanson

My mission is to bring life to the belief that when people thrive through their work, businesses thrive through their people. I put this belief into practice by inspiring leaders to unleash innovation, agility, and results to businesses through inclusive, engaged, and authentic leadership.

Guillermo Gutierrez
Director of Diversity, Inclusion and EquityManpowerGroup
ManpowerGroup

About Guillermo Gutierrez

I am passionate about organizational development, global diversity, leadership development, as well as strategic human resources management. Working cross culturally is definitely a professional goal.

Newt Moore
People Enablement, Business/Digital Transformation ExpertGlobal Talent Leaders
Global Talent Leaders

About Newt Moore

Newt's interest is in positive psychology focusing on skill acquisition and expertise development. His research includes building computer simulations to assess the advanced thinking skills of technical personnel. Lately, Newt has been involved in the expertise building of engineers, software developers, and IT professionals. This journey has exposed Newt to the advent of skill inventories, skill identification, and emerging skill sensing. Because of this, Newt has learned job deconstruction, task analysis to discover skills.

Angie Zeigler
VP Talent and Leadership DevelopmentRegal Rexnord
Regal Rexnord

About Angie Zeigler

Leadership Executive with 20 years of progressive experience designing and deploying Talent Management processes that align to business strategies. Passion for increasing employee’s capabilities to ensure that the company is able to meet their long-term goals and objectives. Works effectively and efficiently to integrate learning and development with Talent Management philosophies and processes by collaborating with HR Business Partners. HR Professional with proven capabilities in Cultural Transformations.

About Dirk Tussing

PASSIONATE COLLABORATOR with an extensive business and charity network that makes things happen.

Laura Nigbur
Principle @ Advanced Talent ConsultingGlobal Talent Leaders
Global Talent Leaders

About Laura Nigbur

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