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HR’s Role in Meeting Ever-Changing Business Needs: How to Align Processes with New Initiatives Launched in Today’s VUCA World

HR’s Role in Meeting Ever-Changing Business Needs: How to Align Processes with New Initiatives Launched in Today’s VUCA World

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HR’s Role in Meeting Ever-Changing Business Needs: How to Align Processes with New Initiatives Launched in Today’s VUCA World

Live Webinar: Wednesday, February 14, 2018

1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Eastern/10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Pacific

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how today’s business trends and challenges directly affect the strategic direction of HR, your company’s employees, and the overall direction of your organization.


Remember the days of going offsite for a leisurely strategic planning retreat to map out your company’s 5-year plan? As you may have noticed, those days are over. 

The business world is constantly changing these days, and you and your employees need to move fast to keep up—or else. In business-speak, we’re dealing with an environment that’s volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous: VUCA for short. 

For HR, a VUCA world is one in which you are required to: 

  • review the common needs of the workplace 
  • articulate how and where changes may be required to meet organizational business needs, including which resources HR now needs and why 
  • establish a position as a visionary team member who is continually helping to drive the organization forward 

All, of course, while juggling the day-to-day demands of your job. It’s a lot to keep track of, but we’ve got some strategies for success. 

Join us on February 14 for an all-new webinar that will explain how you can not only survive, but thrive, in today’s VUCA environment. Lori Kleiman, SPHR, SHRM-SCP will provide tips to address your situation—whether it’s volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous, or all four. 

You’ll learn: 

  • The factors contributing to our “VUCA” world—and why it’s important for HR leaders to understand how this new paradigm operates 
  • How to evaluate which areas of HR will be most affected by changes 
  • Tips for establishing—and advocating for—the needs of HR and your employees 
  • How to align processes with new initiatives within your organization 
  • Keys to juggling the day-to-day while keeping an eye on the long-term vision of your company in a VUCA environment 

About Your Presenter

Lori Kleiman, SPHR, SHRM-SCPLori Kleiman, SPHR, SHRM-SCP 
Speaker, Author, Facilitator 
HR Topics 

Lori Kleiman of HR Topics believes that people are what makes or breaks a business and that HR is the function that makes it all happen. Her passion for Human Resources comes through in her engaging, fun style that leaves audiences inspired and energized. 

Having walked in your shoes, Ms. Kleiman has Human Resources professionals’ and small business best interest at heart. She knows the constant sense of overwhelm, the daily struggles, and the overload of information one must master to get the job done right. Being an entrepreneur, she also understands the perspective (and demands) of CEOs and business owners. 

That’s why as a speaker, author, and facilitator, her mission is to bring HR efficiency and business strategy together to fuel growth. Her programs focus on making life easier for all people responsible for HR – non-HR professionals, HR Departments of 1 and larger HR teams – by addressing their unique challenges and providing real solutions that fit their resources. Her practical takeaways help them stop spinning their wheels, make sense of important industry updates, simplify crucial but time-consuming tasks, and turn Human Resources into an engine that drives business results and improves the bottom line. 

Ms. Kleiman has spoken at over 40 conferences and events, including BLR’s strategic HR conference THRIVE. 

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