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Insights from Four i4cp 2016 Conference Speakers

Looking ahead to what the future brings, while laser-focused on the people practices that drive market performance now, the i4cp 2016 Conference: Next Practices Now should hopefully already be on your calendar (March 29 - April 1 in sunny Scottsdale, Arizona).

This can't-miss HR event, open only to practitioners (no consultants or vendors allowed), taps into many of the greatest minds in HR and business of today. Here are insights from four of our speakers:

  • Learning Next Practices, and Why Social Learning is BS
    Learning expert Elliott Masie discusses what he sees as learning's next practices, the key things CLOs fail to do, and what learning leaders should stop doing right now.
  • Innovative Yet Pragmatic HR
    Where do you draw the line between innovative for the sake of the business and innovative for innovation's sake? Pat Wadors, SVP and CHRO of LinkedIn, demonstrates how she approaches the question, the results of LinkedIn's first HR Hackathon, and more.
  • How Intel Drives Diversity through Data
    Alexis Fink, Ph.D., Intel's Director of Talent Intelligence Analytics, plays a crucial role in achieving the company's goal to achieve full representation of underrepresented minorities and minorities. Here's how she's doing it.
  • The Essentials for Successful Leadership Development
    What causes a leadership development process to be a success (or a failure)? Few people are better suited to answer this question than Joe Ruocco, former Chief Human Resources Officer for The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company.

The early bird deadline for the i4cp 2016 Conference is February 9. Sign up now to secure seats for you and your team.

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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.