Breakfast Series hosted by MTSU SHRM
Human Resource's Role in Achieving Strategic Results
Presented by John Bumpus, Retired Chief Administration Officer
This seminar will offer practical thoughts for actions HR might take to leverage the performance of its organization through its people.
We will discuss the importance of consistency between these actions and the need for HR to be focused on business results. You should walk away from this discussion with new thoughts for improving your HR results and how HR can be a strategic partner in your organization.
There is no pre-registration for this webinar, please use the button above to join the webinar on the date and time provided below.
8:00am - 8:05am Everyone will log-on to the event
8:05am - 8:10am Quick tutorial on zoom etiquette and functions, speaker introduction, attendance
8:10am - 9:10am Speaker presents
9:10am - 9:30am Q&A session
9:30am - 10:00am Those who wish to leave are dismissed, smaller networking session with the speaker and wanting participants
|This program has been submitted to SHRM Certification for review.|
|This program has been submitted to HR Certification Institute for review.
Biography: A strategic Human Resources senior executive, Mr. John Bumpus is a business partner and forward-looking leader with 35+ years of progressive experience serving Fortune 500 healthcare and retail organizations with ultimate accountability for a variety of business functions. As a member of the LifePoint Health Executive Leadership Team (ELT), he has significantly contributed to the firm’s explosive growth, enhancing culture, employee engagement, and encouraging action. John transformed HR functions into strategic enablers of business growth, fostered enterprise-wide collaborative cultures of trust and continuous improvement, and brought valuable solutions to business problems. His expertise includes strategic management, business plan development and change management implementation; talent development; results-based leadership, performance measurement, design of competitive compensation and benefits programs, and Employee & Labor relations.