Human Capital Management Government (HCMG) Training Event
Why You Should Attend HCMG 2013:
- A senior-level training event focused on improvising, adapting & overcoming the shared HR challenges of 2013 and beyond
- 55+ senior Defense and Federal speakers, with 40+ new speakers to guide you through new legislation & policies, such as Telework Act 2010, simplification of the hiring process and Veteran recruitment.
- A revamped agenda focused on efficiency & innovation, with demonstrative solutions & more actionable content to help get the most out of a smaller workforce and limited access to funds
- New, previously unheard perspectives from across multiple Federal agencies contributing to 50+ sessions of presentations, panels and roundtable discussions
- 300+ attendees allowing networking & benchmarking across all government HR areas including workforce planning, recruitment, retention, succession planning and talent management
The Human Capital Management for Government Training Series brings together key stakeholders from throughout the Federal and Defense HR Community to discuss best practices for managing human capital, improving efficiency & advancing innovation. Launched in 2006, the series of events has evolved into the meeting place for strategic-level policy makers and operational-level HR managers, and often serves as the catalyst for new initiatives.
What is Unique about HCMG?
HCMG provides participants with different opportunities to learn from and network with peers throughout the 4 days:
- Dynamic, interactive sessions: Tackle your most pressing challenges through an abundance of questions mixed with short, sharp presentations to stay engaged
- The most in-depth content on government HR strategy and operation; Addressed by the leaders in the government based on 9 months of research, organization & planning
- A wide range of agencies speaking and represented on each discussion: Allows learning and benchmarking across multiple organizations
- Demonstrative case studies of programs and initiatives that have been successfully implemented in other Defense and Federal offices