If you’re managing talent in the manufacturing space, you really need to join us in Fort Worth, Texas on Nov. 4-5.
That’s because TLNT is sponsoring the first-ever HR in Manufacturing Forum at the Omni Fort Hotel, and it is a conference that is all about finding, developing, and keeping talent in the manufacturing sector.
This is event is specifically aimed at talent managers, HR professionals, or executives working in the manufacturing space today. And at the HR in Manufacturing Forum, you’ll learn from experts and peers how to FIND, DEVELOP and KEEP talent in today’s ultra-competitive market.
Intriguing sessions to dig intoThere are lots of great sessions on tap, but here are just a few at the HR in Manufacturing Forum that I found intriguing:
- Way Beyond Automation: Robots, Human Augmentation, and Remote Presence are ALREADY transforming the Manufacturing Workplace;
- Strategic Retention: How to Hold on to Your Top Talent When Everyone Else Wants Them;
- Amplifying the Role of Women in Manufacturing to Make a Measurable Difference;
- Growing Skills and Building the Next Generation, or How I Handled the Challenge of Developing a Smart Manufacturing Workforce.
These are just a few of the sessions that you can dig into at the HR in Manufacturing Forum, but if you want to join us in Texas and get the best price on your conference registration, you need to move fast. Our Early-Bird discount expires Sept. 26 — this week — so you need to act quickly if you want to reserve your spot at the best price possible.
Mixing with great speakers — and your manufacturing peers
You’ll get two full days of great manufacturing speakers, as well as your peers from other manufacturing companies, sharing what they’re doing build and grow their business in this challenging economy.
I’ve said it before but it bears repeating: If you manage people in manufacturing, you owe it to yourself to attend the HR in Manufacturing Forum Nov. 4-5 at the Onni Fort Worth Hotel. It is going to be one great manufacturing conference you simply won’t want to miss.