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Workplace 2025: Eva Sage-Gavin Joins the i4cp 2016 Conference

You now have yet another reason to get excited for the i4cp 2016 Conference (March 29 - April 1): Eva Sage-Gavin, Vice Chairman of the Aspen Institute’s Skills for America’s Future Advisory Board, has joined the agenda. Tying into the conference's theme of "Next Practices Now," Sage-Gavin will present on Workplace 2025: An Invitation to Transformation.

New forces of change and the digital revolution have created a transformational inflection point for work. HR professionals have the opportunity to join forces and reimagine the fundamental concepts of leadership and talent in our 21st century workforce. We have the opportunity to reinvent the future of work and business competitiveness--or be outpaced by those who do. Skilled labor shortages are real and will continue to constrain business success if not creatively addressed. By working together in newly evolving partnerships and eco-systems we can truly shape the workplace of the future and increase individual, organizational and societal opportunity and prosperity.

Sage-Gavin, former Executive Vice President, Global Human Resources and Corporate Affairs at Gap Inc., is also a member of the UpSkill America Coalition, working directly with senior White House leaders, community colleges and corporations to build skilled workforces (in January, i4cp will release new research in collaboration with the Aspen Institute that supports the White House's UpSkill America initiative).

Hear from Eva Sage-Gavin and others at this exclusive event for HR and learning leaders: sign your team up by December 31 to save $400 per person (vendors and consultants are not permitted to attend).

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Erik Samdahl
Erik is the head of marketing at i4cp, and has nearly 20 years in the market research and human capital research industry.