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25th Annual Leadership Development Conference - New York

Leadership, Culture and Context Matter: Building Capability Throughout the Pipeline
APRIL 09 - 10, 2019 | WESTIN NEW YORK AT TIMES SQUARE | NEW YORK, NY

JUNE 06 - 07, 2019 | HILTON SAN DIEGO BAYFRONT | SAN DIEGO, CA


April 09 - 10, 2019

About The Conference

Trends in Leadership Development increasingly emphasize the importance of organizational and marketplace contexts in growing leaders.  In addition, debate about the relationship between leadership and culture challenges purveyors of leadership to be relevant and well-grounded in the development actions which they execute. 

Research consistently identifies individual and collective leadership behavior as a contributing factor in creating a culture that engages employees and achieves business results. By aligning talent management practices to culture, organizations have found opportunities to reinforce greater resiliency, agility and adaptability. 

Benefits/Key Takeaways:

  • Understand the impact of a changing workforce on leadership agility and capacity.
  • Explore practices that innovate in “high-touch” and “high-tech” solutions
  • Optimize the alignment a People Strategy with overall HR and Business Strategies
  • Gain insights from researchers and practitioners to strengthen your leadership development strategy.
  • Network with colleagues from across the globe and discuss common challenges and solutions.

Who Should Attend

  • CHROs
  • Directors and Vice Presidents of:
  • Leadership Development
  • Executive Development
  • Talent Management
  • Other L&D Functions
  • Centers of Excellence for Learning and Development
  • Corporate Universities
  • Diversity leaders
  • HR practitioners from: for-profit, not-for-profit and government agencies who are expected to build leadership capabilities and satisfy their organizations’ demands for “ready and able” leaders

Three Things to Do Now

1. Download the agenda

View a copy of the agenda to get an idea of what to expect.

2. REGISTER

Register early and save $400. Offer ends January 26, 2019.

3. GET INVOLVED! If you would like to get involved in this seminar, please contact us.

LOCATION

Westin Times Square
270 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
Tel: 1-888-625-4988

To book a room at a discounted rate by 3/26/2019, click here

ASSOCIATE SPONSOR
Neuroleadership Institute - Leadership Development
MARKETING PARTNER
Center for Creative Leadership - Marketing Partner
AGENDA
APRIL 09 - 10, 2019
WESTIN NEW YORK AT TIMES SQUARE,NEW YORK, NY
April 09 - 10, 2019

About The Conference

Trends in Leadership Development increasingly emphasize the importance of organizational and marketplace contexts in growing leaders.  In addition, debate about the relationship between leadership and culture challenges purveyors of leadership to be relevant and well-grounded in the development actions which they execute. 

Research consistently identifies individual and collective leadership behavior as a contributing factor in creating a culture that engages employees and achieves business results. By aligning talent management practices to culture, organizations have found opportunities to reinforce greater resiliency, agility and adaptability. 

Benefits/Key Takeaways:

  • Understand the impact of a changing workforce on leadership agility and capacity.
  • Explore practices that innovate in “high-touch” and “high-tech” solutions
  • Optimize the alignment a People Strategy with overall HR and Business Strategies
  • Gain insights from researchers and practitioners to strengthen your leadership development strategy.
  • Network with colleagues from across the globe and discuss common challenges and solutions.

Who Should Attend

  • CHROs
  • Directors and Vice Presidents of:
  • Leadership Development
  • Executive Development
  • Talent Management
  • Other L&D Functions
  • Centers of Excellence for Learning and Development
  • Corporate Universities
  • Diversity leaders
  • HR practitioners from: for-profit, not-for-profit and government agencies who are expected to build leadership capabilities and satisfy their organizations’ demands for “ready and able” leaders

Three Things to Do Now

1. Download the agenda

View a copy of the agenda to get an idea of what to expect.

2. REGISTER

Register early and save $400. Offer ends January 26, 2019.

3. GET INVOLVED! If you would like to get involved in this seminar, please contact us.

Amy Lui Abel, Managing Director, Human Capital, The Conference Board

Julie Ancis, Associate Vice President, Office of Institute Diversity, Georgia Institute of Technology

Mark Bocianski, Global Head of Talent Management and Learning, Western Union Company

Stephanie Bush, Director, Learning and Development, Duke Energy Corporation

Rehana Ciriani, Director, Development Programs, Royal Bank of Canada

Margaret Clarkson, Senior Manager, Talent, Learning & Diversity, Marsh

Laura Dannels, Director of Learning and Leadership Development, Kaiser Permanente Inc.

Sarah Devereaux, Head of Executive Development Programs, Google School for Leaders, Google

Bradford Fisher, Learning, Leadership & Organizational Capability Transformation Leader, Boeing

Deborah France, Leadership and Innovator Development, W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc.

Angela Geffre, Head of Talent, Americas, JLL

Ciela Hartanov, Head of Research, Google School for Leaders, Google

Stacy Henry, Global Leader, Talent & Leadership Development, Carrier Climate Controls

Mohit Jiwnani, Global Talent Development Leader, Intuit

Clint Kofford, Global Head, Talent Development, Johnson & Johnson

Matthew Luke, Leadership Coach, Catalyst Community Projects, People Leader Development & Instructional Manager, 3M

Jennifer Martineau, SVP, Research, Evaluation and Societal Advancement, Center for Creative Leadership

David Rock, Director, NeuroLeadership Institute

Linda Wilson, Leadership Development Manager, John Deere

Briana Witthuhn, Leader Executive Coaching, John Deere

Erika Yuag, Internal Consultant/Challenger, Microsoft

Other scheduled dates and locations for 25th Annual Leadership Development Conference - New York:

June 06 - 07, 2019 – Hilton San Diego Bayfront, San Diego, CA

Associate Sponsor
Neuroleadership Institute - Leadership Development
Marketing Partner
Center for Creative Leadership - Marketing Partner