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    NCF-SHRM Monthly Meeting / Program: How (and WHY) to Hire Intrapreneurs

    Date: July 12, 2018, 3:30pm – 5:00pm
    AvMed Conference Room
    4300 NW 89th Blvd
    Gainesville, FL 32606
    First Time Visitors: Free Returning Guests and Non-members pay $20 per meeting
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    Speaker: Heather Deyrieux, MSM, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, President-Elect, HR Florida State Council, Inc.

    Topic: How (and  WHY) to Hire Intrapreneurs

    Did you know that Gmail and Google Maps, which are some of Google’s most successful products, were results of Google’s 20% time program—which allowed Googlers to devote one-fifth of their work week to pursue independent projects? 


    “While the need to innovate has gotten through to the business world, there is still major uncertainty about how to do this. Because saying you think innovation is important is one thing; releasing money and resources for innovation goes a lot further. The real art is to actually develop new products and services that success in the market and secure the future of the company.” - Alexandre Janssen | Head of Innovation EMEA | Deloitte


    Fostering innovation and new ideas can not only result in financial gain for an organization, it is a critical for the organization to survive. 

    Outcomes from this session:

    1. Define “intrapreneur” and learn why you need them on your team to help achieve the organization’s strategic plan 

    2. Develop a business plan to influence key management

    3  Conduct job analysis and create job descriptions for this new type of employee 

    4. Create a recruitment plan to attract and retain them in your organization



    Bio: Heather “HD” Deyrieux, MSM, SHRM-SCP, SPHR is the Director of Talent at Dental Care Alliance in charge of budgeting, allocation, and strategy planning interfacing with senior leadership on the subject of talent acquisition, recruitment, engagement, retention and wellbeing. She previously served as the Director of Strategic Development at the International Business Innovation Association (InBIA), a non-profit, membership association that is the world's leading organization advancing business incubation and entrepreneurship. Heather also serves as a volunteer on the Executive Committee for the HR Florida State Council. She is currently serving as President-Elect and has previously served as the Conference Director, Secretary, Treasurer, Emcee and other roles for the conference. Heather earned a Bachelor of Science in General Business and a Master of Science in Management with a concentration in Human Resources at the University of Central Florida. Go Knights!