Research has shown that companies who are not at the top of their game in terms of performance management and succession planning can suffer dire consequences. At HRI, we are committed to offering HR professionals the opportunity to face those challenges head-on through a combination of education, inspiration and networking
Aurora, ON. (PRWEB) August 30, 2006
Human Resources Institute (HRI), one of the world’s leading HR research institutes, is thrilled to announce Performance Management and Succession Planning 2006. To be held at the Red Rock Resort Spa Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada from October 24th –25th, the sole focus of the event will be to address the critical performance management and succession planning issues faced by today’s HR executives. The only event of it’s kind, the conference will feature dynamic workshops led by recognized industry leaders from Wal-Mart, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Wharton Business School and Baxa Corporation, among others, and will also feature an incredible lineup of world-renowned keynote speakers including, Patrick Lencioni, Margaret Wheatley, Lance Secretan and Beverly Kaye.
“Succession planning and performance management are hot issues right now as organizations are beginning to deal with the reality of our changing workforce and our changing economy. We are excited to be providing the HR community with a high-quality conference that is dedicated to offering proven solutions to these key issues,” says Jay Jamrog, Executive Director, HRI.
Through insight gained over decades of research in the performance management and succession planning arenas, Jamrog will also present the latest key research findings and best practices and will share how smart companies are preparing for circumstances beyond the challenges of retirement, labor trends and mergers and acquisitions.
“Research has shown that companies who are not at the top of their game in terms of performance management and succession planning can suffer dire consequences. At HRI, we are committed to offering HR professionals the opportunity to face those challenges head-on through a combination of education, inspiration and networking,” says Jamrog.
The two-day Performance Management and Succession Planning 2006 event will be held in conjunction with HR.com’s Employers of Excellence National Conference 2006. Attendees of the HRI event are invited to stay for the entire four-day conference and continue their education on a wide range of HR subjects.
For more information on HRI’s Performance Management and Succession Planning 2006 event at HR.com’s Employer’s of Excellence Conference 2006, please go to http://www.hr.com/hritrack
HRI is one of the top institutes of its kind, providing accurate and timely research and strategic considerations to facilitate a better understanding of the trends that are shaping the HR industry and the people management issues today’s organizations are facing. In addition to their comprehensive and ongoing research, HRI also provides just-in-time fast answer research on any HR topic, complete with the most up-to-date information and strategies available.
Jay J. Jamrog, Executive Director, Human Resource Institute
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