What You’ll Get at the HPW Summit: Great Leaders, But Great Thinkers, Too

Here is one thing that is clear about TLNT’s High Performance Workforce Summit May 6-7 in Atlanta: It’s a conference filled with great talent management leaders who will share their insights about how to build and maintain a high performance workforce.

I’m talking about people like Jeri Buchholz, Chief Human Capital Officer at NASA; Stacey Valy Panayiotou, Vice President for Global Talent & Development at Coke; Kevin Wilde, Chief Learning Officer at General Mills; and, Dr. Valeria Stokes, CHRO & Chief Diversity Officer at the American Bar Association. They are just some of the many great talent management leaders on the agenda.

But, as great as all those speakers are, the High Performance Workforce Summit is also about great HR and talent management thinkers as well.

Great HR speakers you’ll hear

HPW2015I’m talking about people like:

  • Dave Ulrich, described by the Harvard Business Review as “one of the world’s leading human capital/HR experts,” who is a Professor of Business Administration at the University of Michigan and best-selling author of books such as The Why of Work: How Great Leaders Build Abundant Organizations; and, HR from the Outside In: Six Competencies for the Future of Human Resources.
  • Dr. John Sullivan, a professor of business at San Francisco State University who has been renowned as a provocateur and strategist in the field of human resources and talent management. His specialty is HR strategy and designing world-class HR systems and tools for Fortune 200 firms, and he’s never, ever been shy about telling it like it is.
  • Tom Davenport, a senior practitioner in Towers Watson’s Research and Innovation Center and a senior consultant in their Talent Management and Organization Alignment group. He’s also the author of Human Capital: What It Is and Why People Invest It and; Manager Redefined: The Competitive Advantage in the Middle of Your Organization.

Yes, you’ll get both the yin and the yang of talent management at TLNT’s High Performance Workforce Summit at the Omni CNN Center Hotel in Atlanta May 6-7, both deep HR thinkers and today’s best and brightest talent managers and executives who can tell you exactly how they have built and maintained high performing workforces at some of the world’s biggest and most successful organizations.

But, you’re running out of time to attend this great event at the lowest price possible.

Early Bird conference rate ends Jan. 30

Through January 30, you can take advantage of our early bird rate and get $300 off the regular price to attend the High Performance Workforce Summit. That’s a great bargain that you can’t afford to miss.

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It allows you to set your schedule to be in Atlanta in early May (a great time of the year to be there), and, save your company a little money in the process. That’s a combination that’s hard to beat.

So, what are you waiting for? I tell people that if you like TLNT you will surely love the High Performance Workforce Summit because it reflects the same great people and insights you enjoy every day at TLNT.

Yes, you’re running out of time to take advantage of the early bird rate to attend next May’s High Performance Workforce Summit May 6-7 at the Omni CNN Center Hotel in Atlanta. I know you’ll be kicking yourself if you miss this great event.

PS — Want to get started on growing your own high performance workforce today? If so, then check out our free TLNT whitepaper on the 3 Essentials to Building and Maintaining a High Performance Workforce.

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.

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