Insala Co-Sponsors and Contributes Thought-Leadership Learning at HCI 2008 National Summit

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<strong>Dallas &mdash; Feb. 26</strong><br />Insala, a provider of talent management software, announces it is a diamond sponsor of the Human Capital Institute (HCI) 2008 National Human Capital Summit and will be facilitating discussions as thought-leaders on talent management, mentoring, employee engagement and career development for multiple generations in the workplace.<br /><br />As underwriters and partners of HCI&#39;s Next Generation Leadership Development learning track, Insala is further supporting HCI&#39;s dedication to strategic talent management with its sponsorship of this year&#39;s annual summit being held on March 10-12 at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa in Scottsdale, Ariz.<br /><br />"This event merges perfectly with the work Insala does for progressive organizations, large and small, that seek out our consulting and technology solutions to enhance workforce performance and overall business performance," said Judy Corner, director of consulting services at Insala and an HCI Expert Advisory Panel member. "The topics and discussion points we&#39;re sharing with attendees are so relevant and reach across every company. I&#39;m looking forward to offering best practices in integrated talent management to this group of HR executives and business leaders who share our passion for leadership, talent and performance management for their organizations."<br /><br />The Insala Solution Suite of user-friendly software allows organizations to meet the challenges of today&#39;s talent shortage in a competitive marketplace. Insala&#39;s internationally recognized Web-based selection of products are designed to offer organizations the ability to engage, retain and develop staff in their evolving career development cycles, while significantly increasing profits.<br /><br />The HCI 2008 National Summit brings together up to 600 forward-thinking executives, human resources leaders, business managers and organizational development visionaries from the Fortune 1000, government agencies and academic institutions. Attendees can take advantage of multiple opportunities to share insights, discuss trends and learn how others are transforming talent management within their organizations.<br />

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