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Tampa, FL, United States, 2013/05/14 - Chief executives and human resources officers will meet at the 2nd Annual Executive Leadership Summit this week, May 16-18, at the Boca Raton Resort and Beach Club - HRExecutiveSummit.org / HRFlorida.org.
The Florida State HR Council announced today the dates for its 2nd Annual Executive Leadership Summit as May 16 - 18, 2013 at the Boca Raton Resort and Beach Club. During this exclusive, invitation-only event, Chief Executive Officers and Chief Human Resources Officers/Vice Presidents from the state of Florida will meet to discuss and address the challenges of interpreting the top, national economic trends and its impact to the human capital in the state.
“We recognized the need for a forum where company executives and top HR leaders in the state of Florida could come together with strategists and experts to discuss new ways to address workplace trends,” said Joyce Chastain, President of HR Florida State Council. “This summit will address how companies can strategically align themselves to address these issues and the impact to their human capital. Participants will be able to strategize on over-arching leadership approaches with their peers driving home the theme of the summit, Where the Conversation Begins.”
During the two and half day summit, senior executives will have the opportunity to hear renown speakers such as:
• American Film producer, Chairman and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment, author of the New York Times best seller “Tell to Win - Peter Guber
• Global economic strategist, Executive Vice-President and Chief Economist of BMO Financial Group, author of “The New Retirement: How it Will Change Our Future,” -
Sherry Cooper, PHD
• Retired President and CEO of Girls Incorporated, serves on Boards of Directors for Macy’s, AT&T, Dr. Pepper Snapple; author of,“The Empress Has no clothes...Conquering Self Doubt to Embrace Successes.” Joyce Roche
“What makes this summit so unique is the opportunity for our CEOs and top HR leaders to meet in a small setting and share insights, while providing different perspectives on the trends in human capital, and the new business challenges that lie ahead,” stated Carol McDaniel, President-elect of HR Florida State Council.
About HR Florida State Council
Representing over 14,000 individual members, the HR Florida State Council is the state affiliate for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Founded in 1948, SHRM is the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management. The Society has more than 250,000 members and is the global voice of the profession. HR Florida (hrflorida.org) is a 100% volunteer entity consisting of 28 SHRM affiliated chapters across the state. Our primary objective is to support the mission and initiatives of SHRM through education. We coordinate professional development efforts, and serve as the conduit for communication among SHRM and chapters as well as at-large members.