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Our HR Strategy Forum speaker on Thursday, May 14th, is Glenn Llopis, an entrepreneur, bestselling author of three books, and senior advisor to Fortune 500 companies. Glenn will address operationalizing and leading growth in the age of personalization, the theme of his latest book, Leadership in the Age of Personalization™ (copies will be available at the meeting!).
Glenn is featured as a business leadership expert on major broadcast networks, and a contributing writer to Forbes, Harvard Business Review, Entrepreneur Magazine and others. He was recognized as a top 20 influential writer at Forbes and a top 100 leadership speaker and business thinker by Inc. Magazine.
Glenn continues to publish leadership articles on Forbes to provide insights to leaders as they navigate through the current crisis.
Our hope is that this article, A Leadership Pandemic Was Spreading Before COVID-19 helps leaders recognize that Leadership in the Age of Personalization will now become a critical part of the reset.
5 Issues to be addressed by Glenn and discussed during Breakout Groups
1. From Diversity to Inclusion
2. From Tribal to Human
3. From Brand Identity to Individual Identities
4. From Mission to Contribution
5. From Methods to Results
If you'd like a free copy of Glenn's new book Leadership in the age of Personalization, courtesy of our Platinum Sponsor Westwood & Wilshire, pleaseclick here to give us your mailing address
You will receive an email on the morning of the program to advise you of the logon credentials and instructions on how to provide your feedback during and after the program
Escape Standardization: Welcome
to the Age of Personalization
The Cultural Demographic Shift
The Future of Talent in the Age
Diversity, Tension and Evolution
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