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Leaders Develop Leaders: Insights from Global Benchmarking Council's 10th Annual Human Resources Conference
Date:6/19/2008

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Managing four different generations, developing and retaining leaders, competing for talent, all while assessing the company's current and future workforce needs, is top of mind for executives across the country during this time of increased cost consciousness. At "Leadership Development: Finding, Growing & Retaining Top Talent," the 10th annual human resources conference hosted by Best Practices, LLC's GLOBAL BENCHMARKING COUNCIL, executives from leading companies shared results from recent human resources initiatives to improve leadership development and talent management.

These presentations ignited discussion among GLOBAL BENCHMARKING COUNCIL members and guests from 22 companies around hot-button issues such as keeping and growing talent in times of transition, strategic workforce planning, fast track leadership development, managing multiple generations in the workplace, and action learning and more.

Download a complimentary excerpt of the post-meeting report at http://www3.best-in-class.com/gr167.htm to view a list of companies in attendance, presenting companies and their topics of interest, and summarized transcripts from two roundtable discussions on Fast Track Leadership Development and Sales Force & Marketing Leadership Development. Included in the discussion notes are other challenges, tactics, successes and mini case studies from conference attendees about best practices, pitfalls and insights in leadership development.

Please mark your calendar and inform your colleagues about the 10th Annual Quality Excellence Conference: How Process Improvement Leaders Produce Profits in Recessions, the next GLOBAL BENCHMARKING COUNCIL conference in Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 22-24, 2008. Learn more about this unique learning and networking opportunity at http:/
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