Talent Management Magazine Announces Strategies

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<p>Chicago, Nov. 26 &mdash; <em>Talent Management</em> magazine, the leading publication for the talent management industry, has announced that it will produce a new industry event, titled <em>Talent Management</em> Magazine&rsquo;s Strategies 2008. The three-day event will bring together HR executives and industry leaders from around the world to discuss innovative strategies and practices for developing and implementing an integrated talent management strategy that drives results.</p><p>The event, built around the theme &ldquo;Perspectives on Managing People,&rdquo; is being held May 5-7, 2008, at the Camelback Inn by Marriott in Scottsdale, Ariz. At Strategies 2008, talent management leaders will discuss cutting-edge initiatives and innovations for managing talent, techniques and processes for creating and maintaining an effective talent management function, and methods for achieving business impact through an integrated talent strategy.</p><p><br />In addition to a full lineup of interactive discussion panels, informational forums and innovative workshops, <em>Talent Management</em> Magazine&rsquo;s Strategies 2008 will feature a slate of exciting keynote addresses by industry leaders, including:</p><p>&bull;    Jac Fitz-enz, founder and CEO, Human Capital Source, who will discuss methods for creating a predictive model for talent management needs<br />&bull;    Chris Majer, founder and CEO, The Human Potential Project, who will share leading-edge management practices and how to use talent management to spark innovation throughout the organization<br />&bull;    Cali Ressler and Jody Thompson, principals, Culture Rx, Best Buy, and authors of the forthcoming book &ldquo;Why Work Sucks and How to Fix It,&rdquo; who will share their insights on creating a high-performance work environment that produces results<br />&bull;    Harold Stolovitch, principal, HSA, who will explore the so-called war for talent and discuss the keys for motivating and inspiring the talent you have for maximum performance</p><p><br />Strategies 2008 also features Analysts Day, a special event that brings together respected analysts to share their insights on the talent management industry. As part of this unique day, the magazine&rsquo;s editors will unveil the results of their groundbreaking proprietary industry study, the <em>Talent Management</em> State of the Industry Report 2008. Attendees will receive a complimentary copy of this study, a $495 value, as part of their registration.</p><p><br />&ldquo;<em>Talent Management</em> Magazine&rsquo;s Strategies 2008 will be an exceptional, extremely informative event for the talent management industry,&rdquo; said Norm Kamikow, editor in chief of <em>Talent Management</em> magazine. &ldquo;HR leaders from around the world will gather at the event to discuss leading-edge talent strategies, benchmark some of the world&rsquo;s largest companies and walk away with impactful strategies that they can put to use immediately in their organizations.&rdquo;</p><p><br /><em>Talent Management</em> magazine, a publication of MediaTec Publishing Inc., is a valued resource for executives in the talent management and HR industry, delivering in-depth editorial coverage of the issues and strategies vital to their success. For sponsorship information, visit www.talentmgt.com/strategies, call 510-834-0100 or e-mail sales@talentmgt.com.<br /></p>

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