Philadelphia, PA – April 20, 2018 – The 2018 HRO Today Forum North America will present a dynamic panel discussion featuring a group of leading human resources executives. Entitled “Driving Corporate Strategy: A CHRO Panel Discussion,” six expert panelists will discuss the tactics they use to drive growth and make strategic decisions in their organizations.
The panel expands upon the Forum’s focus on “Driving Corporate Strategy.” Attendees will have the chance to tap into the minds of the utmost leaders in the field of HR. This interactive CHRO panel provides the opportunity to pose questions to top executives as they discuss trending industry topics, including talent retention, employee engagement, strategic delivery, and HR technology.
The panel will take place on May 1, 2018, at 10:15am at the HRO Today Forum North America in National Harbor, Maryland. The featured panelists include:
– Panel Moderator: Roger Gaston, SVP, Human Resources, Gates Corporation
– Christine Esckilsen, Chief Human Capital Officer, Piper Jaffray
– Julie Fletcher, Chief Talent Officer, AMN Healthcare, Inc.
– Jim Hazboun, VP, Human Resources, Hyundai Capital
– Francine Katsoudas, SVP, Chief People Officer, Cisco
– Liz McAuliffe, EVP, HR, T-Mobile US, Inc.
“The goal of the HRO Today Forum is to bring together HR thought leaders to share ideas and discuss the best ways to build and engage workforces while leveraging technology and data to drive strategy,” said Elliot Clark, CEO of SharedXpertise. “These six accomplished and knowledgeable HR leaders will provide attendees with valuable insights into how to build a powerful HR strategy and how it can impact a company’s bottom line.”
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