The #1-rated HR conference for senior leaders.
500+ HR leaders. Zero consultants/vendors. Infinite next practices.
"One of my very favorite conferences in the world is i4cp. I love the humanity, I love the research, I love the truth telling."
Network with peers—not vendors.
Unlike most HR conferences, there are no vendors here. No consultants. No tradeshow. Instead, you'll meet with other decision makers in an exclusive, collaborative environment free from distractions (and sales pitches).
Navigate today's challenges. Capitalize on the future of work.
From building an agile, innovative culture to attracting and retaining a diverse, highly skilled workforce, tackle today's issues and identify tomorrow's opportunities.
Discover next practices in human capital.
Best practices are fine, but next practices set you apart. Through i4cp research, dozens of innovative speakers, and the HR executives in the audience, you'll walk away with fresh, new ideas that drive real business impact.
Experience something different. And fun.
Socialize with other practitioners at one of our casual events, located on the grounds of the beautiful Fairmont Scottsdale.
2023's featured speakers
About Ellen McGirt
Ellen is a senior editor at FORTUNE, where she established the race and leadership beat in 2016. She is the co-host of Fortune’s Leadership Next podcast which explores the changing rules of business leadership.
Ellen McGirt, FORTUNE
About Gary Hamel
Gary Hamel is one of the world’s most influential and iconoclastic business thinkers. He has been on the faculty of the London Business School for more than 30 years and is the director of the Management Lab.
Gary Hamel, Bestselling Author
About Michele Meyer-Shipp, Esq.
Michele is the CEO of Dress for Success Worldwide, the leading global nonprofit resource for women. She was previously the Chief People & Culture Officer, Major League Baseball.
Michele Meyer-Shipp, Dress for Success
About Allison Horn
Allison is the Executive Director of Global Talent at Accenture. She has served in several roles across HR as Accenture has quadrupled its headcount and grown to a $50B business.