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A Workplace Conversation
A versatile and dynamic speaker, Johnny C. Taylor, Jr.,SHRM SCP, brings a wealth of personal experience to the most
pressing issues impacting the workforce today, from building inclusive cultures, to winning the talent wars, to designing the people-centered workplaces of the future.
As President and Chief Executive Officer of
SHRM, Johnny’s perspective is informed by his work as a leader in the
not-for-profit and for-profit spaces in the practice of law and human resources. The work of SHRM and its 300,000 members collectively impacts more than 100 million
employees each year.
A: To ensure appropriate time for processing, all requests should be received at least three months in advance of a scheduled meeting, conference or event. CEO speaking requests should be received at least six months in advance of the scheduled speaking engagement.
A representative from the Speakers Bureau will be in touch with you regarding your request within seven to 10 business days of your request submission.
A: : If you request a specific SHRM speaker, please note that the Bureau will take your request into consideration, but final speaker selection will be made at the discretion of the SHRM Speakers Bureau and is contingent on the speaker's availability.
A: Most presentations are forty-five minutes or longer. Please ensure that the speaker has at least one hour for his or her presentation (45-50 minutes to present the material and 10-15 minutes for questions and answers).
A: The speakers bureau presentations have been pre-approved for one SHRM Professional Development Credit (PDC) for those recertifying their SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP credentials.
Preferred Providers can apply for this credit by entering in the details about the event, including the title of the presentation, in their online Certification Provider Account. Once your event details have been entered into your account, you will automatically receive an Activity ID number you can share with your participants so they can claim the PDCs as part of their recertification efforts.