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Some Thoughts & Take-Aways From U.S. Conference
Posted: 2012-10-15 By David Wexler
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Hot weather aside, there were also some very hot speakers on the agenda, and the conference was attended by more than 600 HR professionals (mostly from the U.S., but with a sprinkling from Canada, Europe, and places such as South Africa and Saudi Arabia).
Speakers included Linda Rottenberg, CEO & Co-Founder of Endeavour (which helps emerging market leaders to be successful); David Novak, Chair & CEO of Yum Brands (owners of KFC, Taco Bell, and Pizza Hut), and Dr. Deepak Chopra, author & global thought leader.
In any large conference, there is usually a lot.....
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