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A Reset of Strategy and Opportunity Capture for 2013
“Next Practices” Guidance for the C-Suite
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Event Date: November 29, 2012
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (October 22, 2012) — The Executive Next Practices Forum (ENP), a unique mastermind-like group for C-level business executives to review new leadership and business strategies, will host “A Reset of Strategy and Opportunity Capture for 2013” on November 29 at the Academy of Motion Picture, Arts and Sciences (Linnwood Dunn Theatre) in Hollywood, Calif. The event will begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 11:00 a.m.
This session will be guided by CEOs , best selling authors and area talent leaders including; Henry DeVries, co-author of Closing Americas Job Gap with foreword by Ken Blanchard; Chris Brown, CEO Market Culture; Laura Goodrich, global innovation expert and author of “Seeing Red Cars”; Kim Congdon, Managing Director, Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences; Kendice Briggs, SVP HR Playboy Enterprises; Mark Steiman, Chief Administrative Officer, Kinecta; Guy Marsala, former president EZ Lube; and Turan Kahraman, CEO Askew Industries, many others. Speakers will share practical strategies and new perspectives on markets, job creation and growth opportunities. Attendees will be given insight and guidance to the latest innovations and forecasts in leadership, business-government relations and markets.
Visit www.enpinstitute.com/events to register. Registration is $65 before November 15, and increases to $95 thereafter ($175 door rate). “A Reset of Strategy and Opportunity Capture for 2013” will be held on Thursday, November 29 at the Academy’s Linnwood Dunn Theatre– 1313 Vine St. Hollywood, Calif. and will run from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. For more information, contact ENP at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.enpinstitute.com.
About the Executive Next Practices Forum: The Executive Next Practices Forum (ENP) is an established group of Southern California Fortune 1000 C-level and top functional leaders (CEO, CFO, CMO, HR, CIO) who meet to discuss innovative business and leadership strategies. Roundtable sessions are held with a strict “no-selling” policy to encourage leaders to interact, engage and think collaboratively, and to ensure maximum relationship-building. The group follows a “next practices” development method which discards the status quo in favor of a more effective and relevant approach to today’s business problems and tomorrow’s solutions. For more information on the ENP, contact the Executive Next Practices Institute, email@example.com or call 888.857.9722.
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Scott Hamilton Keynotes to International Leaders
Bellevue/Seattle metro Thursday, 29 March & Atlanta Tuesday, 22 May
The World We Are Living In Now;
Global Changes Impacting Business and Talent Management… MEGATRENDS and the CHALLENGES to CHROs
1- Financial Crises on Resources, Workforce Planning, Talent domestic/global;
2- Competing Globally: placing “work” at talent location or Mobile Talent;
3- Technological Change & Social Media: impact on workplace, communications;
4- Human Capital Asset retention
5- Executing strategy fast: re-aligning, achieving new revenue;
6- Working abroad with safety! What are special needs for expats, companies?
7- Compliances and Risk Management
SOLUTIONS… Re-alignment for fast-break execution; Integrating Technology, HR and Talent
Mobility with the Business
The New Global HR Success Formula:
IN sourcing vs Outsourcing
Creating a workforce of “IN”trepreneurs
Global “Next Practices” development
Getting to Your Core Strength and Maximizing the Value of HR Contributions to Organization Success
HR is tasked with more responsibility and risk, yet has generally fewer resources, time and budget.
How do you focus on those initiatives which add maximum value to your bottom line and talent satisfaction?
How do you “jettison” those tasks that do not add line of sight value to organization or people growth?
How do you get everyone “thinking like the CEO?”
This session examines case examples and ROI of the “next practices” leaders and organizations are employing to revitalize their core activities and moving “non-core competency” initiatives, tasks and processes to alliances, partners and trusted providers.
1. The fundamental question – what is your business strategy and how do future HR initiatives support the business in the most effective way? How do they fundamentally get executed?
2. How to measure the ROI of INsourcing vs Outsourcing activity and people.
3. How to align everyone to what is important.
4. How to gain influence (and budget) in times of cutbacks and retrenchment.
This highly interactive session features case studies of both successful external alliances and next practice sourcing methods.
President & CEO – Executive Next Practices
Senior Partner- ALLIGN
Learn more at http://www.globalhrnews.com/conf.asp?cid=228 or http://www.globalhrnews.com/conf.asp?cid=212
Feb 1 Silicon Valley
March 29 Seattle
Keynote presentation to Global HR Leaders
A Global Next Practice- Building a Workforce of INtrapreneurs
(a presentation based on an excerpt from the new book coming out this year from Scott Hamilton & Paul David Walker- The “Next Practices” Organization)
Description: Whether you have 2 employees, or 200,000- the opportunity for innovation, growth and customer satisfaction is exponentially greater if your workforce “thinks and acts like the CEO”.
How do you get a globally dispersed organization empowered, excited and contributing at their highest level?
How do you build the kind of adaptability and market response you need at all levels of the organization?
How do you get a sense of “ownership and control” at every level of the organization?
By using case examples from top performing international companies, Mr. Hamilton shares a step-by-step process for creating a workforce of truly engaged and results- focused INtrapreneurs.
Jan 18 (Medical) Device Alliance of So Cal
The Medical Device Leader 2012
Scott Hamilton of ALLIGN leads and moderates this DeviceAlliance association launch session of the year.
A must attend planning session featuring top medical device executives from Edwards Lifesciences, BioSeal, Source Scientific and many others.
A complete examination of the device industry for 2012 and the specific competencies and attributes these leaders will need to thrive in a revitalized marketplace.
5:30pm-8pm Concordia University, Irvine
Feb 2 Executive Next Practices Forum
Building Employer & Executive Brands of Distinction and Excellence
A special version of ENP featuring an executive level working session for C-suite leaders followed by a strategic connections event.
Top branding experts and CEO’s guide our established mastermind forum in the latest employer and executive branding methods. Scott Hamilton, CEO of ENP shares the latest in “experiential” branding techniques for employers coupled with an strategic introductions session.
4pm-8:30pm Brandman University, Irvine California
Videos and registration
Feb 8 OC Leaders Forum
INsourcing vs OUTsourcing in 2012
Scott Hamilton, President of the Executive Next Practices Institute keynotes this session reviewing the key ways leaders can re-focus their organizations on “core” activities. By identifying processes and activities that can be more efficiently executed by outside entities vs internal resources, organizations can drive growth, improved customer focus and cost effectiveness.
Register at Keynotes@enpinstitute.com
Feb 29 Executive Next Practices Forum
Gallup World Poll to LA- The Coming Jobs War
Executive Publisher of Gallup and Scott Hamilton review the latest Gallup Poll results of 2012 business trends, political outlook, cultural norms and demographics from “World to LA” perspective.
Kinecta Corporate HQ
Details and register: http://www.enpinstitute.com
March 1 Executive Next Practices Forum
Gallup World Poll to OC- The Coming Jobs War
Executive Publisher of Gallup and Scott Hamilton review the latest Gallup Poll results of 2012 business trends, political outlook, cultural norms and demographics from “World to OC” perspective.
Taco Bell World HQ
Details and register: http://www.enpinstitute.com
March 7 (Istanbul, Turkey)
Global Next Practices- Moving Beyond the Status Quo for International Business and Social Excellence
Scott Hamilton, President and CEO of the Executive Next Practices Institute, using case studies of organizational excellence, will outline the key principles and mindset of “next practices” leadership. This international audience of researchers and practitioners will be interactively taken through the steps to fundamentally re-thinking and executing strategy, core processes and promoting innovation.
Conrad Hilton Hotel
More information: Keynotes@enpinstitute.com
March 7 (LA)
Global Talent Panel
International Outlook for Global Talent and Workforce Strategy
Jim McComb, SVP of the Executive Next Practices Institute, leads a panel of top global HR and talent leaders in an interactive review of specific strategies and methods being employed by international organizations to win the war on talent and develop their internal resources.
KPMG Los Angeles