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Keynoter at HRTD conference teaches success on own terms
MADISON, Wis. (2/12/08)--Credit union professionals who are members of Generation X or Generation Y can find out how to succeed on their own terms in any industry during a keynote session at the 14th annual CUNA Human Resources, Training and Development (HR/TD) Council Summit in Boston April 20-23. Penelope Trunk, author and business advice columnist for the Boston Globe, will offer career advice during “The Brazen Careerist.” She will provide 45 tips for developing a take-charge attitude and creative ideas. Breakout sessions will be divided into three learning tracks: Human Resources Track, Training Track and Executive Series. HR Track will cover employment law, hiring, managing adults in mid life, supporting new managers, incentive compensation for HR professionals, and influencing increased performance. Training Track explores organizational change, sales and service, compliance training, new hire orientations, training programs, front-line manager roles and generation gaps. Executive Series topics include controlling employee benefits costs, super-performing CEOs, developing new leaders, CEO compensation and communication. There is no additional charge for Executive Series, but participation is limited to 40.
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