BOSTON, MA; March 2, 2012 – Profiles International is proud to sponsor the Boston HR Leadership Summit built “by HR Execs, for HR Execs”.

Evanta is hosting over 15 events in the coming year and the Boston event is the second to take place. The one-day event is designed to facilitate collaboration across industries throughout the US and build leadership skills through the sharing of best practices, from industry experts and thought leaders in HR today.

Representing Profiles International, Vice Presidents of Enterprise Solutions Mike Willard and Anthony Panteleone will be in attendance.
The summit Governing Body chairs consists of HR Executives from major organizations such as Textron Inc, Covidien plc, EMC Corporation and Alston Inc.

This event’s opening keynote speaker is Nelson Repenning, Professor of Management Science & Organization Studies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

There will also be an abundance of breakout sessions with thought leadership and HR speakers on topics such as:
•An Intellectual Approach to Succession Planning
•The 2020 Workplace
•Competing for Talent on a Global Scale
•Creating a New HR Service Delivery Model
•The Way Forward — HR’s Role in Emerging Markets

“The HR Leadership Summit exceeded my expectations. It is a great opportunity for networking amongst our peers and allowed us to touch upon the topics that are important to our community.” Mike Dunford, SVP of Human Resources, Covidien Plc.

The Evanta San Francisco event will be next to take place on May 21st 2012 in San Francisco, California.

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