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For Federal Agencies See overleaf for pricing details Wednesday, May 4, 2011 • Renaissance Washington, DC

Wednesday, May 4, 2011 • Renaissance Washington, DC Dupont Circle Hotel

Keynote Speaker: John Berry Chief People Person & Director Office of Personnel Management PLUS! Hear
Keynote Speaker:
John Berry
Chief People Person
& Director
Office of Personnel
Management
PLUS! Hear how HR leaders
across the federal government
are meeting current
challenges, implementing new
initiatives and transforming
the federal workforce.

Speaking Faculty:

William Milton Chief Human Capital Officer Department of Agriculture Chief Human Capital Officer Department of Agriculture

Michael Kane Chief Human Capital Officer Department of Energy Chief Human Capital Officer Department of Energy

Jeffrey Neal Chief Human Capital Officer Department of Homeland Security Chief Human Capital Officer Department of Homeland Security

Pamela Malam Deputy Assistant Secretary for Human Capital and Diversity Department of the Interior Deputy Assistant Secretary for Human Capital and Diversity Department of the Interior

Denise Wells Chief Human Capital Officer Department of Health and Human Services Chief Human Capital Officer Department of Health and Human Services

Robert Buggs Chief Human Capital Officer Department of Education Chief Human Capital Officer Department of Education

Sponsored By:

Joe Stix Federal HR Program Director MarCom Group Federal HR Program Director MarCom Group

Alice Snell Vice President Taleo Research Taleo Vice President Taleo Research Taleo

Nick Cucinella Director Government Solutions CareerBuilder Government Solutions Director Government Solutions CareerBuilder Government Solutions

Rob Humphrey Federal Recruitment Practice Lead, LinkedIn If you’re in the following categories this is
Rob Humphrey
Federal Recruitment Practice Lead,
LinkedIn
If you’re in the
following categories
this is
the event for you…
• Human Resources
• Workforce Planning/Development
• Policy and Programs
• Personnel
• Force Management
• Plans & Integration
Personnel • Force Management • Plans & Integration For more information on our sponsors please visit
Personnel • Force Management • Plans & Integration For more information on our sponsors please visit

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Wednesday, May 4, 2011 • Renaissance Washington, DC Dupont Circle Hotel Federal Recruitment & Talent

Wednesday, May 4, 2011 Renaissance Washington, DC Dupont Circle Hotel

Federal Recruitment & Talent Management Strategy Day Wednesday, May 4, 2011 Human Capital Management Federal
Federal Recruitment & Talent Management Strategy Day
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Human Capital Management Federal (HCMF) Recruitment & Talent Management
Strategy Day is a one-day training conference on recruitment strategies, talent management and
hiring reform across the Federal Government. Building on the success of the annual HCMF and
Human Capital Defense (HCMD) training conferences which are industry leaders in educational
content and networking for the Federal HR community, this event provides additional coverage of
some of the most pressing challenges in Federal Human Capital Management – recruitment,
talent management and hiring reform.

7:30

Breakfast And Registration

8:15

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Nick Cucinella, Director, Government Solutions, CareerBuilder Government Solutions

Government Solutions, CareerBuilder Government Solutions 8:30 Hiring The Best: Developments And Opportunities In

8:30

Hiring The Best: Developments And Opportunities In Recruitment And Hiring Reform

How will a freeze in Federal Pay impact hiring?

Marketing and branding: Making your organization a place people want to work

Developing a strategic staffing plan

Michael Kane, Chief Human Capital Officer, Department of Energy

9:15

Human Capital Management At The Department Of Homeland Security

Jeffrey Neal was appointed in June 2009 by Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano as the Department’s Chief Human Capital Officer (CHCO). Mr. Neal is responsible for the department’s recruiting, diversity, learning and development, policies, programs and technology to ensure the Department has the right people in the right jobs at the right time; that the DHS workforce represents the nation we serve; that employees are developed and rewarded; and human capital

policies, processes and technology support the Department’s ability to fulfill the mission.

Jeffrey Neal, Chief Human Capital Officer, Department of Homeland Security

10:00

Morning Networking Refreshment Break

10:30

Hiring To Win: Using Social Networks To Transform Your Talent Acquisition Strategy

Whether your critical recruitment challenge is employment branding, diversity hiring, putting veterans in the workplace or simply acquiring the very best talent for your organization, now is the time to embrace all that professional social networks have to offer. LinkedIn’s Federal Recruitment Practice Lead, Rob Humphrey, will use unique insights and data to illuminate where your candidates are and how you can engage them in the most compelling way. Rob will be joined by a LinkedIn customer who will explain how they overcame implementation barriers to establish a winning social recruiting platform. You’ll leave the session with a clearer understanding of how social media can support your talent acquisition strategy and inspired to change the way your team recruits.

Rob Humphrey, Federal Recruitment Practice Lead, LinkedIn

and inspired to change the way your team recruits. Rob Humphrey, Federal Recruitment Practice Lead ,

11:15

Workforce Transition And Talent Management

Current initiatives and challenges in talent management and workforce development across the Federal Government

Filling hard to fill skills: Competency mapping your workforce to determine needs

Succession planning and leadership development: Planning for retirements

Employee engagement: Working with managers on communication, recognition and training

William Milton, Chief Human Capital Officer & Deputy Director, Office of HR Management, Department of Agriculture

Gene Sexton, Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer, Department of Labor

12:00

How Social Recruiting Increases The Effectiveness Of Your Talent Acquisition Strategy

This session focuses on how agencies can effectively use social media to expand their reach to find the right candidates and build their employer brand. The session also covers how to measure the impact of social recruiting on your talent acquisition efforts.

Alice Snell, Vice President Taleo Research, Taleo

12:45

Luncheon For All Attendees

2:00

Afternoon Rotating ROUND TABLE WORKSHOPS

Sit down with your peers, agency leaders, and HR solutions experts to discuss your challenges in developing strategies and implementing your HR initiatives. With the many important developments in hiring reform, you want to flesh out the key priorities and next steps in improving your agency’s recruitment and hiring strategies. Each table and topic will be moderated by a subject matter expert. The moderator will sit down with you and rotate every 25 minutes to help uncover solutions and provide you with action-oriented answers to your most pressing challenges. You will have the opportunity to discuss each topic.

Innovative Approach To Streamlining Federal Hiring, On-Boarding And Security Processing Moderated By Appian

Does Anyone Know Who You Are? Employment Branding And Recruitment Tips To Attract Today’s Talent!

Branding And Recruitment Tips To Attract Today’s Talent! Moderated By Joe Stix, Senior Project Director/Federal HR

Moderated By Joe Stix, Senior Project Director/Federal HR Program Director, MarCom Group

Project Director/Federal HR Program Director, MarCom Group 3:15 Afternoon Networking Refreshment Break 3:45

3:15

Afternoon Networking Refreshment Break

3:45

Reforming The Federal Hiring Process – Best Practices And Next Steps

Streamlining the end-to-end hiring process to fulfill agency talent needs in a timely manner

Balancing innovation and efficiency in recruitment and hiring

Adapting technological change in improving HR recruitment

Avoiding hiring pitfalls

Increasing manager engagement to improve the hiring process

Improve applicant satisfaction and reduce the time it takes to hire

Robert Buggs, Chief Human Capital Officer, Department of Education

Denise Wells, Chief Human Capital Officer, Department of Health and Human Services

4:30

Advocating And Managing Inclusion And Diversity

Enhance awareness, training, and executive coaching to improve diversity management

Creating a culture of engaged employees to maximize high performance

Improving creativity and problem solving through an inclusive organizational culture

Pursuing recruitment and retention strategies and policies focused on attracting diverse talent

Pamela Malam, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Human Capital and Diversity, Department of the Interior

5:15

Strategic Human Capital Initiatives From The Office Of Personnel Management

Director John Berry will discuss current priorities and initiatives of the Office of Personnel Management in promoting the ideals of public service, championing the Federal workforce, advocating for innovative human resources practices and attracting and developing the best people for Federal service.

John Berry, Chief People Person & Director, Office of Personnel Management

6:00

The Federal Recruitment & Talent Management Strategy Day Concludes

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Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities:

Do you have an HR solution or service that addresses the human capital challenges of the US federal government? Here are some of the challenges for which our audience needs solutions

Hiring, recruitment and talent acquisition

Competency assessment and gap analysis

Strategic organizational development

Developing performance metrics

Succession planning

Be among the HCMF Recruitment and Talent Management 2011 partners and sponsors. To get involved, please contact Paul Massoud at 646-200-7490 or email pmassoud@wbresearch.com.

Workforce planning

HR IT management

Leadership training and development

HR Business Process improvement

Change Management

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