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Speaker Request Application

Request to Speak at Monthly Chapter Meetings or Annual Conference


Greater Miami SHRM programs and meetings help members keep up with the rapidly changing HR and workplace environment. Attending programs and meetings provides the HR professional with the opportunity to:

  • Network with peers

  • Enhance their professional skills

  • Gain insight into the latest HR issues and trends

  • Discover the newest developments in HR products & services

  • Search out new sources and suppliers

  • Share strategies for better managing HR challenges

Do you have an enlightening or entertaining program? Are you interested in speaking for one of our monthly Chapter meetings? Greater Miami SHRM welcomes your application to provide our chapter with topics that will allow us to advance the human resources profession and the capabilities of all human resources professionals to ensure that HR is an essential and effective partner in developing and executing organizational strategy. Below are some guidelines to consider when developing a presentation for Greater Miami SHRM

Click here to go to the Speaker Proposal Application


  • HR Topic *
  • Title of Presentation *
  • Program Description
  • Learning Objectives
  • Speaker Biography         
  • Speaker Head shoot – 300 dpi or greater in Jpg or png formats only
  • Proof of Performance   

HR Credit Sessions

  • Sessions must relate directly to the PHR& SPHR Body of Knowledge and SHRM HR Competencies as it is our intention that all meetings receive HR Certification Institute HR or Business recertification credits and SHRM Professional Development Credits.
  • Sessions should be 60 minutes in length.
  • Speakers are expected to honor our commitment to provide education by not showcasing or promoting the speaker's practice, services or products.

Speaker Resources

HRCI Body of Knowledge- HR Certification Institute

Business Credits: All you need to know- HR Certification Institute

SHRM Competency Model