HR Leadership Summit

HR Leadership Summit:
Purpose. Presence. Practice.

Seattle Pacific University  |  Upper Gwinn Commons
6 HRCI Credits through Seattle Research Partners
Registration: $150  |  At the door: $250

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HR Leaders Who Have the Power to Change Organizations

What do Purpose, Presence, and Practice have to do with each other? Why does determining your strategy, how you show up, and how you implement change matter to your organization? Because in a time of technological advances, shifting markets, and the challenges of necessary change, quick-fix solutions will not work and piecemeal improvements are futile.  Only those organizations that have made the effort to build a solid foundation of highly trustworthy leaders will move surely and successfully toward their destinations.

The 2014 HR Leadership Summit, in collaboration with Seattle Research Partners, will focus on how the combination of Purpose, Presence, and Practice, can have a profound impact on the people for whom you are responsible. This year’s topics will help you establish your strategy, lead strong with care, and design & implement initiatives that last.

Our noteworthy speakers include:

Rob McKenna, MBA, PhD

Executive Director of the Center for Leadership Research and Development. Read full biography

Paul R. Yost, PhD

Author and Associate Professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology.
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Jim Rand, LLB

Professor and co-founder of Seattle Research Partners.
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Who Should Come?

If you are an HR generalist or a support to your organization, or if developing and maintaining your staff is one of the many roles you play, then the Center for Leadership Research and Development would like to invite you to attend. Register now and make it a party and invite other HR professionals and associates within your network! Individuals can be from your work, community, or church.

For attending the 2014 HR Summit — HR Leaders Who Have the Power to Change Organizations, qualified attendees will receive 6 HRCI credits through Seattle Research Partners.
The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.  
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