Gearing up for the 2012 Halogen Software User Conference

by Melany Gallant | Posted | Industry Buzz

Gearing up for the 2012 Halogen Software User Conference

It’s all well and good for vendors to host a conference where they talk about the value of their own products. It’s quite another for their customers to stand up share real-world product success stories.

This year Halogen is pleased (well, actually delighted) to have so many exceptional customers ready to share their Halogen experiences with industry peers at our 2012 User Conference, September 9-11 in Nashville.

This year’s conference will center on helping Halogen customers build a world-class workforce that is aligned, inspired and focused on delivering exceptional results.

To that point, these customer-led sessions will feature valuable implementation lessons presented by senior HR leaders from The Methodist Hospitals, FuelCell Energy, PEMCO Mutual Insurance and SSI, LLC.

These HR leaders are using Halogen to drive their organization’s talent management strategies, and they will offer tips and methodologies on how their peers can do the same.

The conference agenda is available online if you want to learn more about the solutions these customers will be discussing and perhaps get an early start on lining up your conference schedule.

Senior HR leaders to address how to overcome talent management challenges

Another event highlight will be an HR Executive Panel featuring:

  • Matthew Brown, Vice President HR, Credential Financial
  • David Dart, Vice President, HR, BISSELL Homecare
  • John Derry, Senior Vice President, HR, Kansas City Southern
  • Sue McNab, Chief People Services Officer, PEMCO Mutual Insurance
  • Tim Mulligan, CHRO, San Diego Zoo

These HR leaders will discuss (and debate!) how to address a range of talent management issues related to attracting and retaining talent and creating a culture of high performance.

Topics to be covered include employee engagement and retention, driving learning and development with limited budgets, building your employer brand, and more.

Panelists will also be taking questions from attendees so this is one interactive discussion you won’t want to miss.

Daniel Pink and other industry thought leaders to share innovative talent strategies

The conference will also provide attendees opportunities to learn from – and network with – several industry thought leaders who will be presenting innovative new ways to look at the world of talent management.

The stellar speaker line-up includes an opening keynote by New York Times best-selling author Daniel Pink,and a closing keynote by Jim Finkelstein, author of FUSE: Making Sense of the New Cogenerational Workplace(R).

Last, but certainly not least, the conference will welcome the following thought leaders who will share how your organization can build an engaged and productive workforce that delivers exceptional results:

  • Henryk Krajewski, PhD: VP and Senior Leadership Advisor, The Anderson Leadership Group
  • Christopher Lee, PhD, SPHR, President, Performance Conversations
  • Jamie Resker: Founder and Practice Leader, Employee Performance Solutions
  • Rick Tate and Julie White, PhD, Senior Managing Partner, Impact Achievement

If you’re attending this year’s conference, we look forward to meeting you in Nashville and, if you’re on Twitter, invite you to tweet about the event using the conference hashtag #HSUC12.

If you can’t make it, we’re sorry to miss you! But be sure to engage Halogen and conference attendees via the conference hashtag.

By the way, there’s still time to register to the conference. For full details and registration information, please visit our Halogen Software 2012 User Conference website. Think about it. We’d love to see you in Nashville.

Join Your Halogen Peers on LinkedIn!

We also want to remind you of our standing invitation to Halogen customers to join us on LinkedIn– and participate in some pre-conference discussions with attendees.




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