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Hosted by Utah SHRM, Partners in Business, and UDC

2016 Crossroads Conference

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This years conference will be held September 27 and 28 at the Davis Conference Center

Join us for two days of comprehensive and relevant professional development as powerful speakers address today's top industry topics to provide solutions and inspiration to HR managers.

The 2016 Crossroads Conference will be submitted for both SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDC) and for recertification credits from the HR Certification Institute


Pre-Conference Workshops

Registration for the 2016 Pre-Conference Workshops is now open. 

Workshops offer 4 hours of personalized training from two renowned business professionals. Workshop space is limited and will fill up on a first come, first served basis. Be sure to save your spot today!

Both workshops have been pre-approved for HRCI accreditation.

HR as a Profit Center- Putting Hard Measures to Soft Dynamics: Dawn Fotopulos: 4 Business Credits

Beyond Diversity- Unconscious Bias in Talent Management: Lenora Billings-Harris: 4 General Credits

Co-sponsored by Partners in Business and Utah Diversity Connections

2016 Keynote Speakers

S. Max Brown From Surviving to Thriving- How HR Engages to Get Results  

S. Max Brown

From Surviving to Thriving- How HR Engages to Get Results

 

Kordell Norton How Great Organizations Engage and Win Customers Again and Again

Kordell Norton

How Great Organizations Engage and Win Customers Again and Again

Cynthia Cooper Ethical Leadership for the 21st Century

Cynthia Cooper

Ethical Leadership for the 21st Century

Jeffrey Young YESCO's Inside Story on Being Featured on Undercover Boss

Jeffrey Young

YESCO's Inside Story on Being Featured on Undercover Boss

 

2016 Concurrent Speakers

Click on each speaker's picture for the title and description of their session

The Legal Track for this year's conference will be provided by Stoel Rives

Please Note: Agenda and speakers are subject to change without notice