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Finance Executives Forum - The War for Talent
1001 Marquette Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Finance Executives Forum:
Introducing a new series created especially for those in charge of the bottom line.
Join us for a series of quarterly breakfasts to provide finance executives of small to midsized companies with the opportunity to network with your peers while addressing an issue important to building on your successes. These forums are designed for CEOs, CFOs, presidents and controllers.
Each session will include a breakfast, a featured speaker or panel as well as roundtable discussions with your peers. Mark these dates and sign up for the series today! To make it convenient, all meetings will be at the Hilton Minneapolis.
The War for Talent: Exploring workplace financial solutions
With four generations in the workplace and an influx of tech-savvy, mobile millennials, the differences in values, communication style and work habits are increasingly pronounced. Coupled with the growing demands placed on the finance environment and shifting trends in finance talent and capabilities, CFOs must rethink their talent strategy and prioritize the skills and attributes necessary from finance leaders. This conversation explores how CFOs partner with HR to leverage leading-edge techniques, technology, and analytics that help recruit, retain and engage a workforce equipped for the future demands of finance.
Kickoff speaker Matt Leckrone, senior vice president, workplace relationship executive for Bank of America Merrill Lynch, will cover such points as:
- Tracking and retaining great talent to move your business forward
- Financial wellness
- Generational diversity
- Workplace benefits report findings
A follow-up conversation with local CFOs will be moderated by Mr. Leckrone.
Click here for the speaker's bio.
February 14 – The War for Talent: Exploring workplace financial solutions
May 9 – Pulse & Look Forward: A post-election view of the national economy after President Trump’s first 90 days in office.
August 8 – Strategies for mitigating business risks
November 14 – Benchmarking: The Minnesota Chamber releases its annual Minnesota Business Benchmarks report
$45 per breakfast
Series package: $150 includes all 4 breakfasts in the series (Sign up for the series price by February 14, and we will pre-register you for the next 3.)
$65 per breakfast