2014 WI SHRM Keynote Speaker Announced #wishrm14

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Wisconsin State SHRM is pleased to welcome Dr. John Izzo as the first keynote speaker for the 2014 WI SHRM State Conference being held at the Monona Terrace in Madison, October 15-17.

For over 20 years, Dr. Izzo has worked with thousands of leaders around the world, on employee-engagement strategies and brand transformations. Now, he shares the secrets to how purposeful leadership translates into sustainable success, with audiences everywhere.

Dr. Izzo is the former senior organizational-development consultant for Kaiser Permanente, and former Vice President of The Einstein Consulting Group, an international customer-service consultancy. He advises some of the world’s most admired companies, teaches at major universities, conducts leading-edge research on workplace values, and has spoken to more than one million people around the globe. He has served on the boards of several large conservation organizations, worked with over 100 companies to create more socially responsible workplaces, and was chair of the North American Environmental Caucus at the UN Conference on Development and Sustainability in Cairo.

Frequently profiled in the media, Dr. Izzo has appeared on CNN and Canada AM, and in the National Post, The Globe and Mail, The Wall Street Journal, and Fast Company magazine.

A bestselling author, Dr. Izzo has five books, including Awakening Corporate Soul; Values Shift: Recruiting, Retaining and Engaging the Multigenerational Workforce; The Five Secrets You Must Discover Before You Die;and Stepping Up: How Taking Responsibility Changes Everything.

In addition to his keynote presentation, Dr. Izzo will have a breakout session focused on “People Centered Leadership.”

Look for information about the next keynote speaker on Thursday.

As always, you can get the latest news on Twitter by following @wishrm14 or the hashtag #wishrm14
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