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Unique, One-of-a-Kind Executive Exchanges
Through open discussions and debate among a select group of senior Human Resource executives, delegates obtain global perspectives, new strategies and solutions being used by peers.

  • Designed around your needs, via extensive industry research the conference is designed to allow you to  become a more effective executive and learn about cutting-edge trends
  • Conference sessions provide both strategic insights and practical solutions
  • Peer-facilitated discussion groups provide senior leaders a focused, high-level, think-tank
  • Professional 1-1 executive coaching sessions provide a rare opportunity to hone your leadership skills
  • An opportunity to share your successes and help shape the future
  • Earn HRCI Credits



Take part in the program

If you would like to participate in the program, or recommend any speakers or topics, please contact Chyai Mulberg at 212-651-8736.
2017 Keynote
2017 Keynote
  • Draw Me the Money: Sell, Lead and Innovate With Pictures

    Dan Roam, Author, "The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures"

    For more than 25 years, bestselling author Dan Roam ("The Back of the Napkin," "Blah Blah Blah," and "Show and Tell") has lead the visual-business revolution, traveling to five continents to share with business leaders the incredible problem-solving power of pictures. From Microsoft and Google to Wells Fargo and JP Morgan, from the US Navy to the US Senate and to the White House, Dan's breakthrough understanding of how to use vision to succeed in business has captivated leading thinkers in technology, finance, science, politics, and education.

    In this fast-paced interactive presentation, Dan will share the Top-10 Visual Rules he has learned and show you exactly how to seize the power of pictures in your work:

      1. When in doubt, draw it out.
      2. Whoever draws the best picture wins.
      3. Lead with the eye and the mind will follow.
      4. First, draw a circle.
      5. To lead, draw your destination.

    These simple but insightful revelations will have you rethinking how you approach financial and technology challenges, communications, and problem-solving.

    During this session, you will:
      • See how vision drives all other modes of thought.
      • Learn how to hot-wire the visual process for faster problem-solving.
      • Understand how to use the neuromechanics of vision to explain any concept, no matter how complex.
      • Recognize the incredible power of your own visual mind -- even if you can't draw.

     

2017 Confirmed Speakers
2017 Confirmed Speakers
  • We are pleased to announce our 2017 speakers.*

    2017 Speakers confirmed to date:

    Dan Roam, Author, "The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures"

    Marc Mullis, Global Head of Compensation, EnPro Industries, Inc.

    J. Marty Nowlin, Vice President - Human Resources, ADESA, Inc.

    Robert Lanning, People Resources: Analytics, Insights, and Research, Tesoro Corporation

    Please email CMulberg@richmondevents.com if you are interested in speaking or participating in a conference development research call.

    *as of September 6, 2016. Program under development and subject to change without notice.
     

Seminars & Case Studies
Seminars & Case Studies
  • Changing the Model of Compensation: A Case Study

    Marc Mullis, Global Head of Compensation, EnPro Industries, Inc.

    Learning Objectives:

      1. Understand the nuances involved in salary and incentives philosophies
      2. Be exposed to a new “Compensation without Compromise” model
      3. Develop a deeper understanding for Strategic Communications

    For many yea...
     

    Fostering a Data- Driven Culture via Your HR Analytics Team

    Robert Lanning, People Resources: Analytics, Insights, and Research, Tesoro Corporation

    Learning Objectives:

      1. Understand the roles and attributes of an effective HR analytics team
      2. Learn which types of people are most successful in these roles
      3. Hear examples of how one company’s HR analytics team has effected positive change
      <...
     

2017 Program Development
2017 Program Development
  • The 2017 Conference Program is currently in development

    Have a case study to share? Speaker nominations currently being accepted!

    Richmond Events' Human Resources Forum is an exclusive, invitation-only business development and educational opportunity for select senior-level corporate executives.

    Senior supply chain, operations and logistics executives from F1000 companies are invited to participate as speakers, moderators or facilitators. Sessions are presented in a variety of formats and are designed to meet the needs of today's senior leaders.
    Session submittals are now being accepted. For complete information, please call 212-651-8736.
     

Advisory Board
Advisory Board
  • Advisory Council

    Comprised of leading industry experts, Richmond Events thanks its Advisory Council:


    Lee Achord, VP, Compensation & Benefits, G4S

    Angela McClure, SVP, Human Resources, Fresenius Medical Care

    Lois Miller, VP, Comp & Ben

    Marc Shapiro, Vice President, Human Resources, iHerb, Inc.

     

2016 Highlights
2016 Highlights
  • Highlights from our 2016 Conference Programs

    Special thanks to all of our speakers!

    OPENING KEYNOTE:
    Why We Love to Hate HR…and What HR Can Do About It
    Peter Cappelli, Professor of Management, The Wharton School


    Developing Winning Outcomes with Top Talent
    Matthew Owenby, Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer, Aflac

    The Change Continual: Leading Executives through Large-Scale Transformations
    Mac Ghurani, Corp. HR and Operational Excellence, Toyota Financial Services
    Kristopher Potrafka, Former Corporate VP of HR, Advanced Micro Devices


    Using Analytics to Improve HR: An Intuit Case Study
    Michael McCreary, Vice President HR Services and Insights, Intuit, Inc.

    The Shared Services Journey: Standardizing 26 Legacy Systems Into One
    Peter Fragale, Vice President HR Shared Services, NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation
    Lisa Billett, Director, HR Shared Services, NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation


    Employee Branding and Engagement: A BASF Case Study
    Mollie O'Brien, Head of Total Rewards and Performance Management, BASF Corporation

    The Science of Talent Attraction: Understanding What Makes People Click
    Aaron Schwartz, Strategist, Employer Insights, Indeed.com

    STEM : How to Prepare for the Coming Talent Short Fall
    Neddy Perez, Former VP and Chief Diversity Officer, Ingersoll-Rand Company

    Back to Basics: The New Basics for Recruiting Today
    Brad Cook, Global VP Talent Acquisition, Informatica


    Benefits to Encouraging Retention Discussion Group
    The Compensation Philosophy Discussion Group
    Honing Skills Required for “The Next Step” Discussion Group
    Strategic Workforce Planning Discussion Group
     


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