Date of beginningMonday, 18 March 2019
MemoLEAP HR: Retail [people leaders' conference in Austin] is a true opportunity for people leaders from store and online retailers to find out how to empower and motivate their people to win in a hyper-competitive industry. Discover how to adapt to consumer behavior and exceed the new expectations of your employees and customers.
Event Highlights:- Hear how Target is re-energizing its people to deliver the customer experience that will give the company a vital competitive edge
- Find out how Home Depot's institute for leadership innovation will ensure its leaders are more effectively influencing, developing, and inspiring its digital workforce
- See how eBay and StubHub are continuing to create an agile platform of high impact growth experiences to enable the rapid acquisition of career experiences
- Uncover the way Walmart has moved away from conventional and defined development programs towards individualized learning structures
Register today to join your peers and leave able to adapt to change, manage the transformation of your business, and determine what the retail workforce of tomorrow really looks like for you.
"There is no Retail-specific HR forum quite like this, and it is really exciting to see such a relevant and cutting-edge agenda at LEAP HR. I was grateful to participate, found it very focused, and with a great structure."
Eric Severson, most recently Co-CHRO, Gap Inc
Prices:Full 3-Day Conference: USD 1797.02 Days Only: USD 1398.01 Day Only: USD 899.0
Speakers: Fernando Sanchez-Arias, Chief People Officer, Global Custom Commerce and The Home Depot, James Cameron, Vice President of US Leadership Initiatives, Walmart, Mazzy Cameron, Global People and Organizational Development Lead, eBay, Jodi Diekmann, Senior Director of Stores HR, Target, Sarah Dunn, Global Chief Human Resources Officer, Tapestry, Allison Hopkins, Chief People Officer, ThredUP, Tracy Layney, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer, Shutterfly, Nicole Zussman, Chief People Officer, Rue Gilt Groupe, Scott Sherman, Chief Human Resources Officer, Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc, Jim Hilt, Chief Customer Experience Officer, Express, Kim Nowell, Chief People Officer, Save-a-Lot Foods, Jed Milstein, Chief Human Resources Officer, Asbury Automotive Group, Michele Bousquet, Head of People, Brandless, Rick Yockelson, Senior Vice President of People, Hudson Group, Danielle Boyd Danielle Boyd, Senior Vice President Human Resources, Fresh Thyme Farmers Market, Bill Clark, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Five Below, JP Elliot, Vice President of Talent, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Mike Van Lente, Head of Global Learning and Development, Whole Foods Market, Patti Claus, Vice President of Global Talent Acquisition, Williams-Sonoma Inc., Jesse Schlueter, Vice President of Learning and Leadership, Nordstrom, Daryl Juran, Head of Learning and Development, New Balance, Blair Bennett, Vice President Talent Acquisition, Walmart eCommerce, Scott Russell, Vice President of Human Resources, PGA Tour Superstore, Steve Hrop, Vice President of Learning and Development, Asbury Automotive Group, Cheryl Hooker, Vice President of Human Resources, Express, Jeff Klem, most recently Vice President of Talent Development, Vail Resorts, Jamie Hinely, Head of Learning Solutions, Valvoline, Myranda Bertrand, Talent Development Leader, Walmart, Beth Ley, Head of Benefits and Compensation, Kendra Scott, Jennifer Watson, Head of Employee Relations, Dollar General, Amanda Dennis, Talent Development Leader, Walmart, Kathleen Shaw, Senior Director of Learning and Development, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Sheena Wilde, Head of Philanthropy, Kendra Scott, Katharine Moore, Senior Director, Guild Education, Brogan Taylor, Vice President, Achievers, JD Dillon, Principal Learning Strategist, Axonify, Lexy Martin, Principal, Research and Customer Value, Visier
Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Venue Details: AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center, 1900 University Avenue, Austin, 78705, United States