St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) May 16, 2016
AAIM Employers’ Association announces its full lineup of speakers including keynotes and breakouts for its 2016 Leadership Conference to be held May 17, 2016 at the Sheraton Westport Chalet Hotel. This full-day conference is one of the area’s most highly attended events for business leaders and human resource professionals, focusing on current issues such as employee engagement, leadership development, talent management, benefits, corporate culture, and technology. More than 500 attendees are expected for this year’s conference.
Keynote speakers at the conference include J.R. Martinez, Actor, Veteran, Best Selling Author; Christopher Chadwick, former President and CEO of Boeing BDS; and Captain Ron Johnson of the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
“I’m proud of the team at AAIM who make this the region’s premiere leadership conference. We have a great lineup
of experts this year who will truly focus on leadership,” said Phil Brandt, President and CEO. “The networking experience and the ability to learn best practices from ten different breakout sessions make this a well-rounded day for all who attend.”
The conference is created for CEOs, CFOs, HR professionals, and business owners who will benefit from the presentations organized into ten breakout sessions and three learning tracks: Leadership, HR, and Business.
About AAIM Employers’ Association
Founded in 1898, AAIM Employers’ Association is an association of over 1,800 employers throughout Missouri and Illinois. These employers range from small to very large organizations, in every industry. AAIM assists its membership with significant challenges in human resource management by providing cutting-edge resources which help its members manage their people and processes. AAIM partners with company leadership and management in human resources by providing: HR consulting, pre-employment services, training and organizational development, technical guidance and best practices, and timely business information. For more information, visit http://www.aaimea.org or call 314-968-3600.