HORSHAM, PA -- (Marketwire) -- 10/19/10 -- Human Resource Executive® today announced the details of its Second Annual Human Resource Executive Forum®, taking place at the Grand Hyatt New York, March 14-16, 2011. The event, produced by Human Resource Executive® magazine, is an intimate, collaborative venue for high-level HR professionals to exchange practices and ideas that make HR the catalyst of organization-wide success. It will feature open and insightful discussions on HR Leadership, HR Technology, Talent Management, Recruiting and Benefits.
An inspiring lineup of HR thought leaders have accepted invitations to participate in the five advanced-level panels and two keynotes, including: Bill Conaty, recently retired SVP of HR at General Electric Co.; Peter Cappelli, Wharton School professor; J. Randy MacDonald, SVP of HR at IBM; Susan Meisinger, former president and CEO of SHRM; and Richard Floersch, EVP and CHRO at McDonald's Corp. The complete agenda is now live on the web at www.HREConferences.com/Forum, where you can see all the visionaries taking part in the event.
The stimulating conversations planned by and for the experts will delve deep into today's HR challenges, including:
This is a rare opportunity to take part in a conference that is focused exclusively on helping HR professionals navigate through today's most pressing business concerns. From the give-and-take panels to the executive briefings, one-on-one interaction with the panelists and colleagues is what drives the event. Attendees will have many additional chances to gain valuable input for their own organizations during refreshment breaks, roundtable discussion lunches and other networking events.
For HR professionals, this enlightening opportunity should not be missed. Registration is now open for the Human Resource Executive Forum®, with a $300.00 Early Bird discount through Jan. 7, 2011. To encourage open dialogue and discussion, registration for this conference is limited to practicing C-level executives at non-vendor companies or practicing HR professionals. Visit www.HREConferences.com/Forum or call toll-free 1-800-727-1227 for more details.