Registration Fee: $25
Registration Deadline: Thursday, September 30th
Program Topic: Strategic Workforce Planning
Are you having difficulty attracting and retaining employees? Are your organization’s business results inhibited because your teams lack certain skills? Is your Human Resource department a strategic partner for your organization’s leadership? Organizations that conduct Strategic Workforce Planning are proactive in identifying and planning for challenges stemming from the workforce. While Strategic Workforce Planning won’t eliminate all workforce issues, through proper assessment and actions it can mitigate many of them. As an HR professional, conducting Strategic Workforce Planning moves you and your team from a tactical and operational team to one that is involved in helping the organization plan for its long-term success. In this program, you will learn the following:
- Why Strategic Workforce Planning is important to the health of your organization
- Defining Strategic Workforce Planning and its elements
- Conducting a high-level assessment of your organization’s readiness to conduct Strategic Workforce Planning
Mike Oster is currently the Director of Learning & Development for Michelin’s North America Region. He has an engineering degree from the University of Dayton and served as an engineering officer in the US Navy. Mike’s career with Michelin began in manufacturing operations in Anderson, SC. During the last 20 years, he has held various HR roles for Michelin, including HR Development Partner, HR manager at two manufacturing sites, and Leadership Development manager.
Allyson Raeckelboom is currently the Competency Development Manager for Michelin’s corporate services teams. She has a degree from the College of Charleston and started her career in accounting with Mount Vernon Mills. Since joining Michelin, Allyson has held manager roles in Treasury, Insurance, and Internal Controls. She has been in her current role for 7 years, which includes responsibility for the development of the HR professionals in Michelin North America.
Ronnie Belle-Carter is currently the Competency Development Manager for Michelin’s Finance teams in the Americas. Her current role also includes managing the outsourced finance activities. She has an Accounting degree from Notre Dame College and began her career in accounting with Nestle USA. Since joining Michelin, Ronnie has had various roles as a Business Controller, roles in Accounting, and experience as a progress advisor and project manager.
Mike Ungar is a FocalPoint Business Coach and Executive Coach. He retired from Michelin North America in May 2020 after working for the company for 35 years. He has experience in Continuous Improvement, Operations, Finance and HR having been Michelin’s Director of Corporate Recruiting and the Competency Manager for the Progress profession for the Americas. Mike has a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the United States Military Academy and an MBA from Clemson University.
HR Certification Credit: This program is pending for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. It also is pending for 1 hour of HRCI General re-certification credit. Certificates will be emailed to those in attendance after the meeting along with a Feedback Survey.
COVID-19 Precautions: GSHRM follows Poinsett Club safe meeting protocols in relation to COVID-19. Please do not attend if you have been exposed or think you have been exposed to COVID-19, or if you are feeling ill. Please maintain social distancing where appropriate. Masks are recommended but optional.
Poinsett Club Dress Code: Business casual. For gentlemen, a necktie is not required. Ladies shall dress appropriately. No jeans, shorts, or tennis shoes will be allowed. Cell phone use is not allowed in the Club.
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Getting On Board Orientation: New members can register for orientation here.
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