CHRA is always looking for new dynamic speakers to present at its events. There are multiple opportunities to present your topics with CHRA:
Programs are typically 1-2 hours in length, and held on the third Wednesday of each month. Proposals are typically requested in March of each year and due by May 15 of each year, for programs that begin in September of that year. The 2017-2018 Call For Presenters for monthly meetings can be found here. Deadline: May 16, 2017
Annual Spring Conference:
Programs are typically 1 hour and 15 minutes in length for this full day conference held in April of each year. Proposals are typically sent out each October and due by December 1 and selected in early January. The Call For Presenters for the 2018 Spring Conference will be available in October 2016.
Annual Fall Conference:
Programs are typically 1 hour in length for this conference held in November of each year. Programs should be focused on Legislative Updates, Employment Law, and other regulatory information. Proposals are typically sent out in the early spring and are due by July 1. The Call For Presenters for the 2017 Fall Conference will be sent out in the Spring of 2017.
Do you have a webinar that you think would be of interest to HR Professionals, and has been pre-approved for HRCI and SHRM re-certification credit? If you have your own webinar hosting software and program that is "ready out of the box" that you are willing to coordinate and host, and that CHRA could promote on your behalf and offer to its members. 2017-2018 Webinar Proposal form can be found here.
What events have been selected already?
For an up to date list of CHRA Events that have already been scheduled for the year (to see what has already been filled) please visit our Calendar of Events.
How can I be notified of future "Call for Presentations"?
If you would like to receive all future "Call for Presentations" via email, please create a Prospective Member account in the CHRA database.
What topics is CHRA most interested in?
Speakers who provide rich content in an engaging and highly interactive format are preferred. A few examples of specific areas of interest:
- How To’s,” (Preferably using case studies or workshops):
- How to create and use HR Metrics
- How to create and use a Compensation Analysis
- How to fully utilize HRIS
- How to conduct an HR audit
- Benefits (HR’s fiduciary responsibility, the design and planning of benefits)
- Change management
- Regulatory/Legislative updates and how they affect HR
- HR’s ability to impact the bottom line
- Other Case studies / Workshops (examples: Day in the life of; How you created buy in from your CFO/CEO; Myers Briggs and other tools, etc.)
*Important note regarding honorarium and expenses:
If selected, all presenters are responsible for their own program content, expenses (such as travel) associated with the speaking engagement, and applicable handouts. CHRA will work with the presenters on providing agreed upon audio/visual. CHRA, as a non-profit, does not supply honorarium to speakers or cover any travel expenses.