Presentation on theme: "The SHRM Foundation Shaping the future of HR. Who we are: SHRM Foundation Vision The SHRM Foundation is the globally recognized catalyst for shaping human."— Presentation transcript:
Who we are: SHRM Foundation Vision The SHRM Foundation is the globally recognized catalyst for shaping human resource thought leadership and research. SHRM Foundation Mission The SHRM Foundation advances global human capital knowledge and practice by – providing thought leadership and educational support, and sponsoring, funding and – driving the adoption of cutting-edge, actionable, evidence-based research.
What we do: Education products that focus on evidence-based, effective HR practices: DVD’s, effective practice guidelines reports, executive briefings, webinars. Leading funder of HR research and studying what’s next through Thought Leadership Initiative. Offering scholarships and awards for academic HR studies and professional certification
Areas of work: Strategic thought leadership initiative The SHRM Foundation is conducting a multi-phase program to identify and analyze critical trends likely to impact the workplace in 5-10 years. Innovative academic research grants The SHRM Foundation is a leading funder of HR research. Since 2005, the SHRM Foundation has funded 60 research projects. Scholarships and awards In 2014, more than 100 scholarships were awarded for academic studies and professional certification to professional and student SHRM members, and doctoral students. Educational resources Research-based and complimentary products, including: DVDs, effective practice guidelines, executive briefings and webinars
Thought Leadership Initiative Conducting a multi-phase program with the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) to identify and analyze critical trends likely to impact the workplace in the next 5-10 years. Three themes that have been identified: 1.Evolution of Work and the Worker (featured in 2014) 2.Engaging and Integrating a Global Workforce (2015) 3.Use of Talent Analytics for Competitive Advantage (2016) Additional resources available here: Digital Hub: futurehrtrends.eiu.com Follow on twitter: #FutureHRTrends
Research More than $3.8 million awarded since 2007. As of September 2014: Currently funding 16 research projects totaling $1,555,497 Spring grant funding cycle received 32 grant proposals and 2 were conditionally funded for a total of $215,000: Bridging Communication Gaps in HR by Mapping Constructs and Findings Free-Riding in Global Virtual Teams: An Experimental Study of Antecedents and Strategies to Minimize the Problem The SHRM Foundation is the leading funder of HR research.
Scholarship Programs More than 100 scholarships awarded in 2014. SHRM Foundation Scholarships for HR Professionals – Academic and professional certification scholarships – Application deadline: mid-July 2015 SHRM Foundation Student Scholarships – Undergraduate and graduate academic scholarships and Assurance of Learning exam scholarships – Application deadline: November 2015 Susan R. Meisinger Fellowship for Graduate Study in HR – First-time master’s student seeking degree in HR – Application deadline: mid-August 2015
Educational Products Effective Practice Guidelines DVD Case Studies Executive Briefings Complimentary, research-based resources
How is the SHRM Foundation funded? Annual Campaign: The SHRM Foundation's fundraising efforts, called the Annual Campaign, includes donations, sponsorship, and revenue from fundraising events. Support from SHRM: The SHRM Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity. As the charity affiliate of SHRM, the SHRM Foundation is grateful for the significant support received from SHRM, including: – In-kind services – Matching gift for donations received during the Annual Campaign The support received from SHRM allows the SHRM Foundation to use every dollar raised to advance our mission through scholarships, educational resources, HR research and thought leadership.
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Contact us! firstname.lastname@example.org (703) 535-6020 facebook.com/SHRMFoundation @SHRMFoundation Mark Schmit, Ph.D., SPHR Executive Director Elissa Soares Foundation Administrator Beth McFarland, CAE Director, Foundation Programs Dorothy Mebane, Ph.D. Manager, Foundation Programs Ashlee Droscher Smith, M.S., CFRE Director, Development Allison Samis Associate Development Specialist Miles Woolever Campaign Administrator