Welcome to the SHRM-Atlanta Speaker Database
Call for SOAHR 2019 Speakers is CLOSED
SOAHR content submission deadline was August 24, 2018. All submissions will receive a reply by December 3, 2018, to confirm if your session has been accepted, is in consideration, or has been declined.
CONFERENCE DATES: March 25-27, 2019 | LOCATION: Cobb Galleria
Thank you for your willingness to share your knowledge with the SHRM-Atlanta HR Community.
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SHRM-Atlanta accepts submissions throughout the year for consideration. As we review and consider current HR trends, evergreen topics, and the needs of our Atlanta HR and business community, we will leverage our speaker database to search for relevant content. Our consideration will include content relevance, clearly defined and applicable learning objectives, alignment to the SHRM BoCK™, tangible takeaways and effective facilitation of learning. We will evaluate and consider individual speaker recommendations, applicable feedback and ratings* (if a previous speaker).
A Note Concerning Honoraria - SHRM-Atlanta has a tradition of offering professional development programs that encourage innovation in the field of human resource management. We look for contributors who are willing to share their expertise without expectation of payment in the spirit of learning and networking, a purpose for which we were founded.
Choosing Content for Submission
We ask that content address one or more of the SHRM Body of Competency and Knowledge (SHRM BoCK™), which describes the behavioral competencies and HR Expertise (knowledge) HR professionals need for effective job performance. When submitting presentations for consideration, you will be asked to indicate which SHRM BoCK™ competency and/or domain your content addresses.
For more information about the SHRM Competencies, CLICK HERE
Annual SOAHR Conference: This two-day conference will feature one or two high profile keynote speakers and 30+ concurrent educational sessions. The conference delivers professional development with relevant and timely content, as well as formal and informal networking opportunities. Typical conference attendance is 1000+, includes a resource partner showcase, and is held at the Cobb Galleria Centre.
Annual Symposium: This one-day symposium will feature one or two high profile keynote speakers and 16 concurrent educational sessions. Additionally we will offer several 2-hour workshops where participants can expect a more thorough learning experience. Typical symposium attendance is 250-350, includes a resource partner showcase, and is held at the Infinite Energy Center.
Chapter Meeting: Chapter Meetings are typically offered in the afternoon and feature one 60-minute keynote speaker. Content should be relevant and timely and appeal to a mass HR audience. Typical chapter meeting attendance is 125-250 and includes a networking reception. Location will vary.
Legal Summit: This one-day summit will feature one keynote speaker and several Legal subject matter experts. Content should help HR Professionals stay current with the ever-changing U.S. legislative and political landscape. Typical attendance is 50-100.
Experiential Workshops: Workshops will feature more a comprehensive, hands-on learning experience. Participation will be limited to 50 or fewer. Content should specifically support a SHRM BoCK competency (ex: Communication, Relationship Management or Business Acumen). Workshops should be 2-4 hours in length. Location will vary.
Webinars: All content will be considered for webinars. Special consideration will be given to webinars that support (pre or post) other conference, symposium, or summit programs.
*All conference, symposium, summit, and workshop content should qualifty for HRCI and SHRM continuing education credit.