New Group Meets Local Senior Talent Leaders’ Needs

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A new organization, Houston Talent Leaders, is launching its 2016 calendar with a panel discussion featuring three local Houston VP's of HR and Talent, discussing managing talent through a major transformation.

Houston Talent Leaders ( is launching its 2016 calendar with a panel discussion on Managing Talent through Major Transformations. Panelists: Roger Rinker, VP of Talent with Comfort Systems; Wesley Vestal, VP of Talent Development with KBR; and Justin Taylor, SVP of Human Resources with Charming Charlie will share their experiences of what has worked for them and what they wish they had done differently when they have been faced with leading Talent Management within their organizations in times of major transformations. Monica Canales of Tascot Global will be moderating.

The topic was chosen in light of the many changes businesses have been experiencing, and the initiatives that Houston Companies are having to engage in: to grow, restructure, reshape company culture, merge or acquire other entities, and otherwise evolve and adapt to remain competitive in today’s business environment and marketplace.

To keep the topics relevant and the networking of value, this group and its events are by invitation only, reserved for those within Talent Management at Director Level and above.

Managing Talent through Major Transformations

Roger Rinker, VP of Talent, Comfort Systems
Wesley Vestal, VP of Talent Development, KBR
Justin Taylor, SVP of Human Resources, Charming Charlie
Moderator: Monica Canales, Tascot Global (The Art and Science of Corporate Transformations)

Location: Season’s 52, 4410 Westheimer Rd., 77027
Date/Time: Tuesday, March 1st, 2016, from 11:30am – 1:00pm
Price:$35 per person, includes lunch. Seating is limited to 40.
Parking: Valet is recommended, accepts tips only.

By invitation only. Those interested in attending please email: info(at)houstontalentleaders(dot)com for consideration.

Jen Sudduth
ph: 713-560-0441

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