BROOKLYN, NY – January 8, 2013 – The Human Capital Institute (HCI) announced today its schedule of conferences and events for 2013. HCI, the global association for strategic talent management, has scheduled seven conferences for 2013, including two brand-new events focusing on the emerging science of global talent management and the role of technology in talent acquisition. HCI hopes to provide talent leaders and practitioners with the tools and insights for gaining a competitive edge in today’s business environment.
The 2013 schedule is as follows:
HCI WORKFORCE PLANNING & ANALYTICS CONFERENCE
February 5 – 7, 2013
The Grand Hyatt Atlanta – Atlanta, GA
Following an enormously successful conference in 2012, HCI returns to the Grand Hyatt Atlanta, with the focus this year shifting from covering the workforce plan and its methodology to the planner and their environment. Over three days, attendees will connect, learn, and discuss the critical aspects of Strategic Workforce Planning, how to integrate key talent management processes with the plan, and the latest trends in the people and technology needed to do both.
Keynote speakers in attendance will include Bill Rasmussen, Founder of ESPN; Soren Kaplan, author and Managing Principal for InnovationPoint; Mayank Jain, VP of Workforce Planning and Strategy for Ameriprise Financial, inc; Russel Klosk, VP of Human Resources & Workforce Planning Leader for Americas, HP; Robert Gibby, Ph.D., Global Leader for the HR Research and Analytics Practice for Procter & Gamble; Jeff Lupinacci, Global Integrated Talent Management Strategist & HR Director for Kimberly-Clark International; and many more.
For more information on this event, or to register to attend live or virtually, please visit http://www.hci.org/2013workforce/overview
THE 2013 HCI HUMAN CAPITAL SUMMIT
April 8 - 10, 2013
Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resorts - Lake Buena Vista, FL
Now in its sixth year, the HCI Human Capital Summit maintains its reputation as an all-in-one event for talent practitioners ranging from HR analysts to global CEOs. This year’s Summit revolves around a term newly-introduced to the human capital lexicon by the U.S. military: “VUCA”, or Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity, here taken to mean the challenging and changing talent marketplace now the norm in global business. Over three days, the Summit will focus on four main drivers: acquisition/recruitment, organizational planning, learning/leadership, and engagement/talent management. Attendees will leave with actionable strategies that have been tested and proven by the world’s leading organizations, designed to propel growth, increase performance, and build a collaborative culture focused on innovation, risk taking, and creativity.
Keynote speakers at this event are Dan Pink, author of “Drive” and “To Sell is Human”; Nate Silver, author and predictive statistician; Liz Wiseman, author of “Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter”; and Dr. John Sullivan, CEO of Dr. John Sullivan.
For more information, or to register, please visit http://www.hci.org/2013humancapital/overview
2013 HCI STRATEGIC TALENT ACQUISITION CONFERENCE
June 10 – 12, 2013
Boston Park Plaza Hotel - Boston, MA
This event continues to be the hottest and most innovative conference regarding talent acquisition, building off last year’s stated dedication to new talent attraction and acquisition solutions through social media & technology, candidate sourcing, and recruitment optimization. Taking place at the Boston Park Plaza, this conference aims to push beyond design, and to help companies face the increasingly complex responsibility of talent recruitment in today’s business environment.
Keynote speakers will include Lars Schmidt, Director of Talent Acquisition for NPR; Dan Schwabel, Personal Branding Guru; and David Lee, Global Employer Brand Leader for Amazon.
To learn more, or register, please visit http://www.hci.org/2013strategic/overview
2013 HCI GLOBAL TALENT MANAGEMENT SUMMIT
June 22 – 23, 2013
Conrad Hilton – New York City, NY
The Human Capital Institute is pleased to announce its inaugural Global Talent Management Summit, to be held at the Conrad Hilton New York on July 22-23. HCI assembled this event as a direct response to the increasingly intercontinental nature of business today. Over 60% of HCI members are embedded in a senior position at a multinational organization, and this event was created to provide the tools needed to acquire and assimilate new cultures, create and manage a global leadership bench, recruit and develop globally, and stay on top of a dynamic and volatile international business climate.
The first annual HCI Global Talent Leader Award winner will be announced at this event, recognizing organizations that have transformed their talent management operations to be as globally-minded as possible. For more information on this award, please visit http://bit.ly/133VQrq.
Scheduled to speak are Karl-Heinz Oehler, VP of Global Talent Management for Hertz Corporation; Matthew Jeffery, EMEA Head of Talent Acquisition and Global Talent Brand for Autodesk, Inc.; and Jennie Walker, PhD, Director of Global Learning and Market Development, Najafi Global Mindset Institute at Thunderbird School of Global Management.
To learn more, or register, please visit http://www.hci.org/hr-conferences/2013-Global-Talent/overview
2013 HCI EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT CONFERENCE
September 23 – 25, 2013
Palmer House - Chicago, IL
HCI is excited to release the new dates for the popular 2013 Employee Engagement Conference as September 23-25 at the Palmer House in Chicago, IL. HCI will continue to present innovate tools strategies to engage the workforce in a meaningful and measurable way through leading case studies from organizations like HULU, Boeing, Warner Brothers and Nike. This three-day event will have special emphasis on engaging high potentials and executive leadership as well as the general workforce to maximize organizational potential and growth.
To learn more, or register, please visit http://www.hci.org/hr-conferences/2013-Employee-Engagement/overview
2013 HCI LEARNING & LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE
September 18 - 20, 2013
Boston Park Plaza - Boston,
After selling out for 2012, the 2013 dates for the popular HCI Learning and Leadership Development conference have just been released as September 18-20th at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel. By covering critical strategies that focus on fast and efficient knowledge transfer, alignment to business goals and improving business outcomes, this special event has become the industry leader in the learning and leadership development space. Case studies from senior executives at organizations like Fed Ex, Twitter, HULU, Avon and AOL will continue to provide insight and best practices to key areas like succession planning, social learning, next-generation leaders, plus L&D programs that generate innovation, motivation and revenue.
To learn more, or register, please visit http://www.hci.org/hr-conferences/2013-Learning-Leadership-Development/overview
2013 HCI TALENT ACQUISITION TECHNOLOGY FORUM
December 4 – 6, 2013
The Palace Hotel - San Francisco, CA
HCI created this brand-new event as a response to the furious pace in which the talent acquisition suite has adopted technology to cope with increasing budget slashes over the past four years. Because HCI has relationships with all of the major technology players, they will be assembling them together for the first time ever. While there will be some demonstration of platforms available, the bulk of the conference will revolve around real case studies from recruiting leaders who have used a technology to solve a real business issue, with ample opportunity for networking, connection and interactivity.
To learn more, or register, please visit http://www.hci.org/hr-conferences/2013-Talent-Acquisition-Technology-Forum/overview
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