Join top HR leaders at an exclusive event to discuss how best to maximize ROI through implementing transformative technologies, where the solutions lie and achieving organizational culture & productivity from hiring, training, retention, and succession planning.

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18th HR event | 10-12 June, Arizona, USA

What is it?

Taking place from 10 - 12 June 2020 at the fantastic Scottsdale, McCormick Ranch in Arizona the US edition of our HR Insight Summit will bring together senior human resources decision-makers and business leaders from across North America to discuss current industry challenges – and how best to tackle them.

How does it work?

Every GDS Summit has one stated aim: to help attending executives implement their key projects more effectively. We do this by developing an in-depth understanding of those executives' project needs, the business outcomes they want to achieve, and the challenges they face in terms of hitting those goals.

Who Has Attended?

Our summits are designed for executives looking to take their business to the next level – from market-leading brands to disruptive new entrants. As such, we’ve worked with some of the world’s best-loved and most forward-thinking businesses.

Michael Molinaro

Deidra Jenkins

Heath Salit

Martha Delehanty

Chies Learning Officer 

SVP, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer


Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Snapshot of the Agenda

The Scottsdale, McCormick Ranch, Arizona

Winning the War for Talent: Attraction and Retention in a Competitive Market

To Create a Seamless Employee Experience from Start to Finish

How to Build a Sustainable Company Culture that Empowers and Engages

How to Build a Diverse and Inclusive Company Culture and Workforce

How to Establish a Progressive and Cost-Effective Benefits and Rewards Program

How to Develop HR and Prepare for the Future of Work

Our summit is focused on solving your strategic challenges

Our events take place at some of the most prestigious venues in the world. Five-star accommodation, dining and amenities make attending one of our summits both business and pleasure. Being productive has never been so much fun.

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Your Brand, Your Promise

Winning the War for Talent: Attraction and Retention in a Competitive Market

Everything a business does comes with a promise, whether spoken or unspoken. To paraphrase Silicon Valley venture capitalist, philanthropist and author Freada Kapor Klein, a company that doesn’t live up to the promises it makes faces serious repercussions from customers, employees, partners—and job candidates.

  • The state of the tight labor market within the US
  • How is the labor market affecting the recruitment of talent and the expectations of employees?
  • Techniques businesses can use to attract talent in a competitive market
  • With the expectations of work changing, is it as important to focus on retaining employees?

How to Build a Diverse and Inclusive Company Culture and Workforce

  • The business benefits of having a diverse and inclusive workforce
  • The issues companies are facing with recruiting a diverse workforce
  • Strategies companies can implement in order to achieve a better diverse recruitment plan
  • How are companies managing to ensure their workforce is inclusive after recruitment?
  • How should companies be measuring inclusion?

Being on the Path to Leadership

Organizations often miss a foundational stage in the growth of leaders; namely establishing a dialogue towards leadership-as-action not leadership-as-role. Leaders emerge from well executed acts of leadership rather than a defined collection of traits or skills.

This talk will highlight how businesses should move towards creating a leadership path. Through discussing three elemental arguments, Michael will show how focusing on what leaders do, rather than what leaders are, constitutes a more effective leadership path.

Improving outcomes by investing in people

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