As I’ve said before, I love attending events put on by the folks at The Conference Board. Their conferences and events always feature top-notch quality speakers from leading companies, great content and some great networking opportunities!
The good news is that I have the opportunity to attend another Conference Board event this year – The Senior HR Executive Conference – on November 15th and 16th in New York City – and the even better news is that I’ve got a Discount Code for you if you’d like to attend too.
Details from the conference website and scheduled speakers include:
In spite of the recent negative economic news, growth and innovation remain critically important. In fact, now more than ever, companies must continue to focus growth through innovation to remain competitive. At the heart of that agenda is the workforce, getting the right people in place, the right culture to grow and innovate. The 2011 Senior HR Executive Conference is a must attend event for all HR professionals. This year the conference has been extended with specialized breakout sessions on each day to add breadth and depth to the event, featuring:
- Expanded content – two full days of sessions which include two afternoons of tracked, highly interactive sessions, focusing on Management & Process, Issues & Strategies and Talent & Leadership
- Insights from world-class companies on developing a workforce that is productive, innovative and engaged
- Keynote sessions and CHRO panels focused on innovation and talent, leadership, global growth and the future of the organization
- Facilitated, interactive, improvisational workshops on how to think different, lead and collaborate
Confirmed Speakers Include:
Archana Singh, Corporate Vice President, AMD
Steve Hinden, Vice President, Executive Compensation, American Express
Shirley Gaufin, Chief Human Resources Officer, Black & Veatch
Lynne Oldham, Head of Human Resources, North America, BNP Paribas
Richard Stephens, Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Administration, The Boeing Company
Rosalyn Taylor O’Neale, Vice President, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Campbell Soup Company
Bill Adams, Senior Faculty, Center for Creative Leadership
Brenda Dennis, Strategy and Planning, Cisco
Tana Cashion, Vice President, Human Resources, Devon Energy Corporation
Nadia Owens, Vice President, Total Rewards, DIAGEO
Judith Edge, Corporate Vice President, Human Resources, FedEx Corporation
Glenn Gilkey, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Fluor Corporation
Nicholas Garbis, Strategic Workforce Planning Leader, GE Energy Global Strategy and Planning
Jared Lucas, Director, Human Resources, LinkedIn
Tanya Srepel, Vice President, Human Resources, Strategies and Global Initiatives, General Mills
Caroline Stockdale, Senior Vice President and CHRO, Medtronic Inc.
Patricia Milligan, President, Human Capital, Mercer
Brian Kelly, Partner, Mercer
Monique Matheson, Vice President, Human Resources, North America, Nike
Johnna Torsone, Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, Pitney Bowes
Paul Salvatore, Co-chair of the Labor and Employment Law Department, Proskauer
Susan Schmitt, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Rockwell Automation
Pamela Culpepper, Senior Vice President, Global Diversity and Inclusion Officer,PepsiCo
Jennifer Mann, Vice President, Human Resources, SAS
Join executives from: AES, Allstate, Avnet, BNP Paribas, Central Intelligence Agency, Comcast, H.J. Heinz, Jostens, Nationwide Insurance, New York Life, Newmont Mining Corporation, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, The Cheesecake factory, Thomson Reuters, U.S. Department of the Navy, and many more!
Download the full conference agenda HERE.
To register (don’t forget your Discount Code of “JM1”), or for more information: visit www.conference-board.org/hrexecutive or call (212) 339-0345.
Note: I’ll be attending the Senior HR Executive Conference as a guest of The Conference Board in order to share with my network and clients some of my learnings from the event, but I’m not asked to say/write anything other than my personal insights. Just wanted you to know.