Gartner ReimagineHR Conference

October 23 – 25, 2023 | Orlando, FL

The Premier Conference for CHROs and Their HR Executive Teams

Thank you to everyone who joined us on-site at the 2022 Gartner ReimagineHR Conference!

Over 2,800 CHROs and HR leaders came together to discuss the new challenges brought forward by hybrid work, digital fatigue, elevated turnover and political polarization, and how to face the erosion of quality work relationships that has become a lasting legacy of the pandemic era.

If you missed it, be sure to explore the 2022 brochure to get an idea of what was covered.

The program for the 2023 Gartner ReimagineHR Conference is underway and we look forward to sharing details soon!

Attract, engage and retain a diverse workforce

Attendees learned to inspire an increasingly fragmented workforce to become better aligned with the organization's social purpose and financial targets.

Cultivate connection in the workplace

Attendees explored new ways of collaborating that drive innovation and change, while also facilitating a more social and emotional connection to the workplace.

Better business decisions

Attendees learned how to make principled business decisions in the face of polarization.

Employees today are less likely to say they have friends at work or a sense of purpose and choose to stay for more rational reasons like pay. It’s up to CHROs to create more social connection and camaraderie in an increasingly fragmented workplace. Gartner ReimagineHR Conference will help you get there.

Anna Krasniewska

Conference Chair and Group Vice President, Gartner Research and Advisory

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    CHROs and HR leaders gain new perspectives and a community of senior-level peers

    Gartner ReimagineHR Conference 2022 brought together a community of trailblazers, thought leaders and industry experts to push the bounds of human resources. CHROs and HR leaders across their organizations’ recruitment, development, total rewards, talent analytics, HR technology and diversity and inclusion programs gained the research-backed insights needed to succeed in their roles.

    Attendees learned how to partner with the rest of the organization for more strategic decision making by:
    • Building a company culture that withstands the geopolitical, cultural and social issues permeating into the workplace for better innovation and higher performance
    • Identifying new opportunities to bring the workforce together in an increasingly fragmented workplace
    • Preparing their organizations for the future of work with short- and long-term workforce planning strategies
    • Strengthening relationships with the CEO and your C-suite peers, and the board
    • Enhancing their business and leadership skills alongside vetted peers in the CHRO Circle program
    Equip employees at all levels of the organization for the future. Attendees gained insights on how to:
    • Embrace and leverage evolving learning technologies and analytics
    • Measure, identify and build critical skill sets across all levels of the organization in an increasingly hybrid workplace
    • Coach managers on how to identify and mitigate conflict amongst employees with differing values and beliefs
    • Build better succession management plans to ensure the right leadership at the right time
    • Implement the most effective and scalable strategies to target development priorities and build new skills
    Get the most effective strategies for competing for talent in today’s new recruiting environment. Talent acquisition executives learned how to:
    • Gain the most effective recruiting strategies in this new and competitive labor market
    • Proactively source a more diverse workplace for better innovation and creative problem solving across the organization
    • Ensure a high-impact candidate experience in an increasingly hybrid-remote work environment
    • Learn how to incorporate company values and a strong social connection into the onboarding process
    Address the growing awareness of DEI’s impact on business performance. Attendees gained access to research to help them:
    • Explore new ways to unite an increasingly polarized workforce toward common goals and build stronger bonds
    • Identify cross-functional opportunities to empower diversity across the organization
    • Strengthen business partnerships and hold leadership accountable for DEI outcomes
    • Carefully navigate how the organization should respond to highly divisive social issues
    Meet the needs of an increasingly diverse and evolving workforce. Attendees learned how to:
    • Design rewards packages that meet the needs of a diverse and evolving workforce to drive productivity and performance
    • Implement new programs that support employees’ mental health and wellbeing
    • Ensure pay processes at their organizations are fair and equitable and make sense for the changing needs of employees
    • Implement innovative strategies for communicating compelling rewards packages to current employees and also support talent retention and recruiting initiatives
    Drive efficiency and efficacy of HR technology investments. Attendees learned how to:
    • Build a digital workplace that enables positive employee productivity, engagement and increased collaboration as opposed to just facilitating one-to-one or one-to-many communications
    • Make a comprehensive HR technology strategy and maximize technology investments 
    • Employ technology with a more human-centric mindset for a better employee experience
    • Bring greater value to the HR function and the entire organization
    Support talent management and the broader business with talent analytics data. Attendees learned how to:
    • Measure and understand the employee experience in new and different ways as the workplace continues to change
    • Use ethical methods of collecting data that mitigate employee concerns while still providing actionable insights
    • Embed analytics into current business and talent processes
    • Explore ideas and insights to develop the talent analytics discipline and bring greater value to the business
    Prepare the HR function to deliver greater business impact. Attendees learned how to:
    • Reimagine talent management and workforce engagement strategies, including career pathing, performance management, change management, workforce planning and succession planning
    • Prepare their organizations for the future of work with short- and long-term workforce planning strategies
    • Prepare the HR function for the future of work with their executive teams

    2022 Tracks at a Glance

    Attendees had access to the latest Gartner research specifically designed to help HR leaders meet the demands of the future. Each track had a particular area of focus that helped each role within the HR function.

    Track A

    Reimagine the Role of the CHRO

    CHROs learned how to work with senior stakeholders and empower their teams to lead as we build a strong future in an increasingly fragmented world. This track provided CHROs insights on how to reimagine collaboration, leadership and engagement to drive performance of their teams and organizations.

    Track B

    Reimagine Learning and Development

    The skills and capabilities that employees need to succeed are changing rapidly. In this track, HR executives discovered the most effective and scalable strategies to target development priorities, build new skills and equip employees at all levels of the organization for the future.

    Track C

    Reimagine Talent Management

    As organizations become more fragmented, talent management has grown more complex and disconnected at a time when the need for more connection in the workforce has never been greater. This track provided HR leaders insights on how to reimagine talent management and workforce engagement strategies, including career pathing, performance management, change management, workforce planning and succession planning.

    Track D

    Reimagine Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

    Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) has a whole new set of challenges in today’s polarized and fractured environment. In this track, DEI executives learned how to continue to make progress by uniting the organization, pulling resistors in, and adapting to what DEI means in a hybrid world.

    Track E

    Reimagine Recruiting

    Surging hiring volumes and high turnover have stretched the recruiting function to its limits. Labor market dynamics make it difficult to source quality talent amid shifting candidate expectations. In this track, recruiting executives learned about the most effective strategies to compete for talent in today’s new recruiting environment.

    Track F

    Reimagine Total Rewards

    The new talent landscape requires innovative rewards approaches to attract, engage, and retain critical talent. In this track, HR executives learned how to optimize their rewards plan design and communications to meet the needs of a diverse and dispersed workforce.

    Track G

    Reimagine Talent Analytics

    The tools and methods used by talent analytics professionals must evolve to reflect how the employee experience is changing in an increasingly hybrid work environment. In this track, talent analytics professionals explored ideas and insights to progress a human capital analytics strategy designed to drive employee engagement, retention and performance.

    Track H

    Reimagine HR Tech

    A comprehensive HR technology strategy is essential to attract, connect and develop an agile workforce for a hybrid world. In this track, HR executives explored the evolving HR technology market, and how to harness innovation for greater talent outcomes and a more meaningful employee experience.

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