Wednesday, March 10, 2010

2010 Human Capital Summit

2010 Human Capital Summit

The Intersection of Talent and Business Strategy
Submitted by Rayna Hennen on 25 February, 2010 - 15:34
The Flagship Event for Strategic Talent Management

HCI's fifth annual Human Capital Summit will lead you up and out of the downturn, with a powerful new program of strategic insight, best practices and peer-to-peer collaboration. Join the distinguished thought leaders and game-changing executives who are advancing the practice of strategic talent management, and take a host of exciting new ideas back to your organization.

Who: For Senior Talent Management, Strategic HR, OD/Learning and Line Executives
When: March 21-24, 2010
Where: JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort
Tucson, Arizona
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Costs: Standard Price: $1995.00
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Why Attend the Human Capital Summit?

Unique Concepts, Forward Looking Strategy
HCI Summits bring the most prominent human capital and business thought leaders together, to share their newest ideas and vision for the future of talent management and leadership

Case-Driven Practical Application
Talent management practices are being widely implemented now, and HCI's Summits are the foremost learning environment for case analysis of real-world execution

Innovation in Strategy, Acquisition, Development and Leadership
HCI's first annual Talent Innovation Awards will showcase 2009's most creative and effective talent management programs. See what is moving the needle and driving business results in the most innovative organizations.

Network and Collaborate With Your Most Progressive Colleagues
HCI's members are human capital and business leaders at the cutting-edge of the global knowedge economy. The 2010 Summit offers an unprecedented opportunity to meet, greet, share and learn with the world's most progressive talent experts and practitioners


Geoff Colvin
Senior Editor-at-Large, FORTUNE
Author of Talent is Overrated and The Upside of the Downturn

Sharon Taylor
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Prudential Financial

Kelly Savage
Vice President, Global Human Resources
John Phillips
Director, Global Central Sourcing Team

Mike Grennier
Senior Director, Corporate Recruiting
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

Polly Pearson
Vice President, Employment Brand
and Strategy Engagement

Kevin Wilde
Chief Learning Officer
General Mills

Diane Holman
Chief Learning Officer

Joe Garbus
Organizational Capability Director
New York Times Company

Kelly Glass
Vice President, Global Talent Management
Manulife Financial

Stephen Kennedy
Vice President, Corporate Administration
Union Bank

Tim Jones
Vice President, Recruiting
ConAgra Foods

Jacqueline M. Chaffee
Executive Coaching, Development & Assessment Practice Leader
Lockheed Martin

Melissa Daimler
Director, OD Consulting
Adobe Systems Incorporated

Laura Terenzi Khaleel
Director, Talent Acquisition Strategies
Pitney Bowes Inc.

Bill Taylor
Founder of Fast Company
His new project, Practically Radical, chronicles the radical shifts transforming business.
Dave Ulrich
Distinguished strategic HR and business thought leader, his new book is The Leadership Code: Five Rules to Lead By
Bob Seelert
Worldwide Chairman and former CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi and author of Start with the Answer
Tamar Elkeles
Vice President, Learning & Development, Qualcomm

Blake Mycoskie
Gamal Aziz
President and COO, MGM Grand Hotel; President and CEO, MGM Mirage Hospitality
Jim Carroll
International Futurist, Trends & Innovation Expert, INDEPENDENT

1 comment:

Hank Wasiak said...

Hi Lawrence: Was glad to see that you are involved with the HCI summit. Great organization with very meaningful and important content. Dr. Kathy Cramer and I delivered an address at one of the US Summits about the power and potential of Asset-Based Thinking to make the most of human capital and resources.

Don't have to convince you of're one of the best asset-based thinkers I know. As always, it's great seeing you involved in forward thinking endeavors. Look forward to hearing more and keeping in touch.

Be well.

Hank Wasiak


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