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Human Capital Peer Networks
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C

  1. Career Development Practitioner Council

    Employees today seek more than a rating about work performance; they are interested in improving their careers. In order to retain top talent, organizations must work hard to provide resources, processes and tools for employees to manage their careers.

  2. Change & Transformation Council

    Our mission is to advance the practice of change management by creating new thought leadership and developing capabilities for extraordinary performance.

  3. Chief Human Resources Officers Council

    Executives engage in strategic discussions on challenges currently facing chief human resources officers. Members value the expert speakers, benchmarking opportunities, and ability to problem solve and share strategies unique to senior HR professionals.

  4. Chief Human Resources Officers Council II

    Chief Human Resources Officers meet in person and virtually to focus on the most critical business challenges regarding human capital.

  5. Chief Human Resources Officers Council III

    HR executives in mid-market and not-for-profit organizations are required to function both operationally and strategically. In these candid and confidential meetings members gain a broader perspective and shared experiences for unique issues in this role.

  6. Chief Intellectual Property Officers Council

    The Chief Intellectual Property Officers Council provides a confidential environment where a select group of chief and senior IP leaders come together to openly discuss both legal and business issues related to IP protection and management.

  7. CIO Business Council

    While many resources exist to help leaders to survive and even thrive in an environment of rapid change, the CIO Council provides a confidential environment where senior executives can share business issues related to IT services and solutions with peers.

  8. Coaching & Leadership Development Council

    This Council, dedicated to sharing, creating and implementing best practices and protocols that will drive business results, helps senior leaders develop within their organizations. Members value the confidential meetings and expert speakers.

  9. Compensation & Employee Benefits Council

    This newly formed US Compensation & Employee Benefits Council will focus on key trends, metrics and market challenges in compensation and employee benefits unique and specific to companies with less than 20,000 employees.

  10. Compensation Council

    This council, for the senior most compensation executive, allows for private discussions on current issues and challenges. Members value the expert speakers, benchmarking opportunities, and ability to share strategies and develop best practices.

  11. Compensation Council II

    This council, for the senior most compensation executive, allows for private discussions on current issues and challenges. Members value the expert speakers, benchmarking opportunities, and ability to share strategies and develop best practices.

  12. Corporate Well-Being & Strategic Health Leadership Council

    As leaders in the field of Well-Being and Healthcare management, we play a critical role by making well-being a core business strategy that ultimately saves lives, reduces health care costs, enhances productivity and inspires higher levels of engagement.

  13. Council for CMOs

    The CMO is arguably the least understood executive in the C-suite by both the outside world and internal audiences. We focus on marketing challenges in business transformation,including growth,reputation management,change management and talent engagement.

D

  1. Diversity & Inclusion Executives Council

    This Council, specifically for chief diversity officers, allows for confidential exchange of ideas and collaborative problem solving. Members meet three times a year and network between meetings finding value in the high level peer network.

  2. Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Council

    In the “New Normal” companies that balance the demands of effectively executing today’s best D&I practices and designing innovative practices will lead the pack.

  3. Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Council II

    In the “New Normal” companies that balance the demands of effectively executing today’s best D&I practices and designing innovative practices will lead the pack.

E

  1. Employee Benefits Council

    Executives engage in strategic discussions on current challenges and trends facing employee benefits. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking opportunities afforded by the intimate peer group forum.

  2. Employee Benefits Research Council

    Executives engage in strategic discussions on current challenges and trends facing employee benefits. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking opportunities afforded by the intimate peer group forum.

  3. Executive Compensation Council

    This Council is exclusively for executives with direct responsibility for the creation and implementation of executive compensation programs. Members discuss current trends in executive compensation as well as share and problem solve challenges.

  4. Executive Compensation Council II

    This Council is exclusively for executives with direct responsibility for the creation and implementation of executive compensation programs. Members discuss current trends in executive compensation as well as share and problem solve challenges.

  5. Executive Compensation Practitioner Council

    As executive compensation professionals responsible for our companies' executive programs, we need to stay abreast of legal, financial and regulatory developments as well as interests of shareholders, Board members, and other stakeholders.

  6. The Engagement Institute Research Fellows

    Welcome to the Resource Center for The Engagement Institute™. This page is designed exclusively for Research Fellows and contains a variety of helpful reports, briefs, viewpoint articles, studies, and meeting resources.

F

  1. Financial Planning & Analysis Council

    It is critical that today’s Financial Planning & Analysis Executives have a broad view of the finance world, not only within his/her industry, but also across the financial spectrum of what their peers are doing to meet today’s challenges.

G

  1. Global Diversity & Inclusion Executives Council

    Executives engage in strategic discussions on issues and challenges currently facing Chief Diversity Officers. Members value the expert speakers, benchmarking opportunities, and ability to shape best and next practices in diversity.

  2. Global Rewards & Mobility Council

    Discussions focus on the policies and challenges connected with the salaries and benefits of international personnel, including local nationals as well as expatriates. Members value the confidential and high level dialogue that develops.

H

  1. Health Leadership Council

    A peer network of Chief Medical Officers and Health Executives who decide an agenda of pressing issues and discuss these issues from their various perspectives with invited speakers, share strategies and best practices that extend beyond the Council forum

  2. HR Business Partners Council

    HR Business Partners must understand the nature and needs of their business to support leaders in strategic talent and workplace decisions. This Council engages in candid discussions on how to bring forward-thinking practices to the evolving workplace.

  3. HR M&A Council

    The success of every deal depends on the people issues. HR Executives who participate in M&A need specific skills and expertise, beginning with due diligence through integration.

  4. HR Operations Council

    The US HR Operations Council will provide a forum for HR operations leaders to discuss innovations and challenges in taking their organizations to the next level. Members value the confidential setting and ability to leverage each other year-round.

  5. HR Operations Council II

    Whether you are at the beginning, middle or mature stage of your HR transformation, the Council will provide a forum for senior leaders to share “what’s next” and discuss innovations and challenges in taking their organizations to the next level.

  6. HR Technology Council

    The HR Technology Council provides a forum for leaders and seasoned practitioners to share innovative strategies and practical ideas in managing the specialized area of technology and IT for the Human Resources function.

  7. Human Capital Analytics Council

    The Human Capital Analytics Council provides a forum for leaders and seasoned practitioners to share innovative strategies and practical ideas in order to articulate the impact of human capital investments.

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  1. Internal Communications Council

    The Internal Communications Council will explore strategies to enable its members to be at the cutting edge of what works today, and what they need to prepare for, as they move forward.

  2. Internal Communications Council II

    The Internal Communications Council II will explore strategies to enable its members to be at the cutting edge of what works today, and what they need to prepare for, as they move forward.

L

  1. Labor & Employment Law Council

    Lawyers advising corporate clients on labor and employment issues practice in a rapidly-changing environment, where human resources managers face an intensifying stream of new challenges.

  2. Leadership Council on Advancing Women

    As women continue to take on increased leadership responsibilities, there is a growing desire to focus on women’s leadership topics and explore relevant issues that will reinforce the development of current business and future women leaders.

  3. Leadership Development Council

    Senior executives engage in strategic discussions on emerging and best leadership development practices on a global scale. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking opportunities the private network affords.

  4. Learning, Development & Organizational Performance Council

    This council is exclusively for executive-level leaders of talent development, organizational development and learning for their member companies or firms. Members of the council are the most senior leaders of these functions within their organization.

O

  1. Onboarding Talent Council

    Talent has emerged as one of the top challenges for organizations globally. This council allows for confidential and candid dialogue regarding onboarding best practices and innovations amongst senior most leaders.

P

  1. Payroll Executives Council

    To lead an effective global payroll organization, the payroll executive must balance internal stakeholder requirements with payroll practices, schedules and regulations, all while securing a seat at the executive table and making their voice heard.

S

  1. Sales Compensation Council

    The Sales Compensation Council discusses best practices for creating effective sales compensation plans to motivate an engaged sales force in order to drive dynamic revenue growth.

  2. Senior HR Business Partners Council

    As integral members of the senior leadership team, Senior HR Business Partners apply business acumen, analytical problem solving, collaborative influence, and emotional intelligence to improve the capabilities and effectiveness of senior leader teams.

  3. Senior HR Executives Council

    Heads of human resources for major subsidiaries and divisions of companies across a variety of industries meet privately to discuss current challenges facing HR practitioners. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers, and benchmarking.

  4. Strategic Workforce Planning Council

    This council takes on the challenge of implementing and maturing SWP to maximize its benefit. Meetings are confidential and the emphasis is on relevant insights that members can use to manage risks and leverage talent.

  5. Supplier Diversity Leadership Council

    The Council meets three times a year to discuss the challenges that face supply chain organizations. Members are heads of the supplier diversity practice in their companies. They value the confidential forum and benchmarking opportunities.

  6. Sustainability Council I: Strategy & Implementation

    How can you translate zero waste into Wall Street plaudits? That is the focus of this Council. Learn how you can contribute to your company's bottom line while driving your company's sustainability strategy.

  7. Sustainability Council II: Innovation & Growth

    This Council will focus is on how you super-please your customers: delivering products, services, and solutions that help customers reduce their footprint.

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  1. Talent & Organization Development Executive Council

    This council is exclusively for executive-level leaders of talent development, organizational development and learning for their member companies or firms. Members of the council are the most senior leaders of these functions within their organization.

  2. Talent Acquisition Corporate Council

    As talent acquisition leaders, our goal is to develop and implement strategies and tactics that enable our companies to hire the right talent at the right time.

  3. Talent Acquisition Enterprise Council

    As talent acquisition leaders, our goal is to develop and implement strategies and tactics that enable our companies to hire the right talent at the right time.

  4. Talent Management Executives Council

    The Council, specifically for heads of talent management, including succession planning, provides an exclusive forum for the best minds to debate current issues and develop new trends. Members value the confidential and trusted network year-round.

  5. Talent Management Executives Council II

    The Council, specifically for heads of talent management, including succession planning, provides an exclusive forum for the best minds to debate current issues and develop new trends. Members value the confidential and trusted network year-round.

  6. Talent Management Executives Council III

    The Council, specifically for heads of talent management, including succession planning, provides an exclusive forum for the best minds to debate current issues and develop new trends. Members value the confidential and trusted network year-round.

  7. Talent Management Leaders Council

    The Council, designed for Talent Management leaders within large companies who report to or support the most senior TM executive. Members value the confidential and trusted network year-round.