Don’t miss these dynamic keynote addresses from the following leaders:


Dave Logan

Dave Logan, PhD

Dave Logan is a best selling author, faculty member at the University of Southern California, and management consultant. He studies how people communicate within a company and how to harness our natural gifts to make change within organizations by looking at emerging patterns of corporate leadership, organizational transformation, generational differences in the workplace and team building.


Jeff Kortes

Jeff Kortes

Jeff Kortes has over 30 years of experience in human resources from working in HR to building a highly successful recruiting and consulting firm. His session will focus on the strategy you need to retain your best people. After all, who better to help you keep your talent than someone who steals talent for a living?


Michael Abrashoff

Michael Abrashoff

At the age of 36, Mike Abrashoff was selected to become commander of USS Benfold. At the time he was the most junior commanding officer in the pacific fleet. The challenges aboard this underachieving destroyer were staggering, with extremely low morale and the highest turnover rate in the Navy. His solution was a system of beliefs that he called The Leadership Roadmap – a process of re-imagining leadership and replacing command and control with commitment and cohesion.


Talent Anarchy

Talent Anarchy

Talent Anarchy is the dynamic speaking due of Jason Lauritsen and Joe Gerstandt. Jason and Joe are also authors of the book, Social Gravity: Harnessing the Natural Laws of Relationships. Joe brings a unique and powerful perspective in helping organizations solve issues of diversity, culture and innovation. Jason is a born innovator who helps organizations transform how they approach talent and leadership development.


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