The SHRM Competency Model: Nine Critical Competencies for HR Success

Capacity: 
547
SHRM 2015 Annual Conference
Workplace Application: This session provides an overview of the development and validation of the SHRM competency model as a foundation for global HR talent management.
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SHRM competencies support HR professionals and their organizations in identifying and developing high-quality HR practitioners who have the critical competencies needed to address our most pressing talent issues of today and deliver HR strategy to enable businesses to evolve in the future. You will learn about each of the nine critical competencies and how to use the model to more effectively manage your professional development and the development of your HR talent. 

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, June 30, 2015 - 4:00pm to 5:15pm
Presenter: 

Kari Strobel, Ph.D.

Kari
Strobel

In her role as Director, HR Competencies for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Kari Strobel is responsible for overseeing key initiatives around professionalism and competencies to include the assessment and implementation of SHRM’s HR Competency Model, and setting the research agenda for developing additional competency-based talent management tools.

Prior to joining SHRM in 2013, Dr. Strobel worked at the Department of Defense where she was responsible for leading the development, assessment, and implementation of competencies for the total force.  Dr. Strobel has also been responsible for managing organizational development projects for the Chief of Naval Operations, Surface Warfare Enterprise and the Naval Mine and Anti-Submarine Warfare Command. 

With over 30 journal articles, technical reports, and national and international conference presentations, to include published works in Journal of Applied Psychology and Human Performance, Situation Awareness and Automation, Dr. Strobel has received national recognition for her contributions to the field.  She was the first recipient of the 2002 American Psychological Association Division 19 (Military Psychology) Research Award, and received Honorable Mention from the Virginia Academy of Science for her team performance research. 

As a consultant she has worked with Hewlett Packard, Motorola, Royal Dutch Shell, Deutche Bank, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, The United States Army, and the State of Virginia’s Peninsula Aids Foundation.

Dr. Strobel received her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Old Dominion University. 

Location: 
LVCC N257
Amount of Credit: 
1.25
Credit Type: 
SHRM PDCs
 Not Available for Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
Competency: 
Leadership & Navigation
Intended Audience: 
All Levels
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