Time is Running Out to Sign-Up For the TLNT Transform Conference

Loyal TLNT readers know that I have been spending a lot of effort here the past few months writing about the TLNT Transform conference that is coming up in a couple weeks (Feb.26-28) in Austin, Texas.

That’s because, after years of attending all manner of conferences and events that were sometimes good, frequently bad, and occasionally ugly, I finally got a chance to put together the agenda for a conference myself.

And, that’s why I am proud of the lineup of speakers we have for the first-ever Transform conference: because it reflects my sensibilities, my interests, my larger sense of what I think a conference like this should be. In other words, if you like TLNT and the content you get here every day, you are probably going to like the Transform conference because it reflects the same thinking and philosophy that goes into TLNT.

I can say with a high degree of certainty that you will get as much (if not more) out of Transform as you do out of TLNT. But, we need to find a way to get you to sign up and get to Austin, Texas in two weeks.

Sign up today, get $250 off

Yes, time is running out to sign up and attend.

You can still use the discount code TF12TLNT when you register to get $250 off the registration fee, but you need to do it now. Just go to the Transform website and register here.

And if you go, you’ll get a good mix of what you like so much about TLNT.

For example, there will be a number of people who write here for TLNT that you read all the time — Ron Thomas, Tim SackettMel Kleiman, Jennifer Benz, Jason Lauritsen, Ann Bares, to name a few — and will give you the same kind of insight and wisdom that they give you in their writing here on TLNT.

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But, you’ll also get a lot more at Transform from some well-known and well-regarded talent management thinkers and practitioners, too. I’m talking about people like Billy Beane, the man behind Moneyball, Hard Rock International’s training whiz Jim Knight, HR legend Libby Sartain, and authors/experts like Laurie Bassi and Margaret Morford.

Great speakers, great insights

These are all great speakers with great insights you need to hear. Jeez, just hearing Billy Beane talk about what it’s like to be played on the big screen by Brad Pitt (who has been nominated for an Academy Award for his portrayal) is worth the price of admission.

So, what are you waiting for? We want to see you in Austin later this month at Transform, and YOU need to get down there and help me prove my theory, and it’s this: that good conferences, with smart and insightful speakers who just don’t tell you the same old thing, are out there and can be successful.

So, sign up for Transform today and use the discount code TF12TLNT when you register to get $250 off. Just go to the Transform website and register now.

I’m looking forward to Transform, and I hope you are too. In fact, I hope, if you go, that you’ll look me up and say hello, because I want to hear from you personally just what you think of the Transform conference.

John Hollon is Editor-at-Large at ERE Media and was the founding Editor of TLNT.com. A longtime newspaper, magazine, and business journal editor, John has deep roots in the talent management space. He's the former Editor of Workforce Management magazine and workforce.com, served as Editor of RecruitingDaily, and was Vice President for Content at HR technology firm Checkster. An award-winning journalist, John has written extensively about HR, talent management, leadership, and smart business practices, including for the popular Fistful of Talent blog. Contact him at johnhollon@ere.net, connect with him on LinkedIn, or follow him on Twitter @johnhollon.


2 Comments on “Time is Running Out to Sign-Up For the TLNT Transform Conference

  1. I would love to attend! What a line up! (and it’s in my back yard.) The only problem is the price. Our small non-profit does not have $1,000+ to send me to a training (nor do I.) Once the conference takes off, I’d love to see smaller workshop options,non-profit deals and/or scholarshps. I wish you all the best with this conference and hope you enjoy your time here in Austin!

    1. Hi Courtney – 

      We do offer non-profit discounts and sponsorships for smaller organizations like yours to attend the event next week. Look for my email and hopefully you can make it this year!

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