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August 2012 Program

  • August 30, 2012
  • 5:30 PM - 8:45 PM
  • Hilton Orlando/Altamonte Springs - 350 North Lake Blvd

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Workforce Human Capital Challenges in the New Decade:

Implications for Organizations and Leaders

August 30th, 2012

5:30pm - 8:45pm 

This session will address the perfect storm that is brewing in the 21st Century workplace that includes a confluence of such factors as:

  • an aging society and workforce
  • new workplace dynamics to accommodate a younger generations of workers
  • educational gaps between industry needs and graduating candidates
  • the rapid pace of technology changes
  • an emphasis on leader-employee relationships
  • a rapid change in demographics
  • an increased need for organizations to redefine themselves

Individually, each of these will significantly impact organizations; however, collectively they will have a dramatic impact on the future of all organizations.

Today, there are four generations of workers in the workplace (soon to be five) and diversity is taking center stage. Therefore, a new model of workforce engagement isnecessary. While most organizations continue to adapt and change in order to gain acompetitive advantage, the speed of IT changes continue to accelerate.

This is occurring while U.S. industries face serious recruiting challenges due to a lack of highly educated candidates, the reliance on a more diverse pool of workers, and a workforce spanning several generations each with their own idiosyncrasies. Leadership development has become an imperative for future organizations as they face new human capital challenges.

This session will provide an engaging forum on how leaders will need to reengineer their relationships and practices within their organizations in order to be successful in the future.

The takeaways from this session are:

  • An increased understanding of the workplace challenges occurring now and in the future
  • Knowledge about the workplace implications for the leaders
  • The identification of short and long term actions that leaders should consider in order to add value and better enable their organizations for success

About your Facilitator:

Edwin Mouriño-Ruiz, Ph.D.

Human Capital Professional (Educator, Speaker, Advisor, and Executive Coach)

Dr. Mouriño is a seasoned Human Resources Development (HRD) professional. He has over 25 years experience in a variety of organizations and industries including the U.S. Air Force, Utilities, Aerospace and Defense, and Medical. He works as an internal consultant addressing Talent Management, Leadership Development, and Learning Development. He is also President and CEO of his organization Human Capital Dynamics, LLC.

Dr. Mouriño has contributed to a variety of organizational initiatives ranging from Leadership Development, Learning and Development, Diversity, and Change Management. He established and ran a corporate university, has served as an Executive Coach, and presently teaches as an adjunct professor in graduate studies. He has received numerous awards including the Mentor of the Year Award from Orange County, FL.

Dr. Mouriño has a PhD in Human Resource Development (HRD) from Barry University where he conducted his dissertation on IT leader-employee relationships in a virtual and co-located work environment. He has served as an American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) chapter president as well as a National Advisor to Chapters. He is presently serving on the Hispanic Heritage Scholarship Fund (HHSF) Board, a nonprofit organization that provides scholarships, and has worked on programs for students with at risk.

He is presently writing a book on leadership and is an advocate and a featured speaker on issues related to human capital dynamics, leadership, and the growing diverse workforce. Previous speaking engagements include the Society of Information Management (SIM), Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), the American Society of Training & Development (ASTD), the Corporate University Exchange (CUX), and the Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Corporation (HENAAC). He enjoys reading, exercising, watching movies, and traveling. He lives in Orlando with his wife and silky terrier.

Event Location:    

Hilton Orlando/Altamonte Springs 
350 North Lake Blvd
Altamonte Springs

Investment:   

$25 Student Member


$30 CFC-ASTD Member
     

$40 Guests and Non-members                                          

* Please note registration closes on Monday, August 27th at noon. If you register after that the cost will be $45.

By attending this program you may be able to earn 1.5 (General) HRCI recertification credit hours towards PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification through the HR Certificate Institute.

You may also be able to submit for CPLP recertification credit.

 As a friendly reminder, cancellations are due no less than 5 days prior to the program. Pre-Paid registrations will not be refunded after the fifth day and pending confirmations will be invoiced with payment due upon receipt. This policy will remain in effect as an effort to cover catering expense and unsold seating created by holding your reservation. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Photos are often taken during the program meeting to be used for newsletters, the website and marketing purposes.  If you prefer not to appear in the image, please let the photographer know at the meeting.

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