Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, World-Renowned Business Educator and Coach, Named as One of the Keynote Speakers for Leadership Excellence and Development Forum (LEAD2018)

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HR.com has announced that Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, Business Educator and Executive Coach, has been confirmed as a keynote speaker for LEAD2018 in Salt Lake City on February 7th.

Marshall is considered the World’s Most Influential Leadership Thinker. He helps people understand how the beliefs and the environments everyone operates in can trigger negative behaviors. Through simple and practical advice, he helps others achieve and sustain positive behavioral change. Marshall is the author of three New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers, and Amazon listed two of his books on its Top 100 Leadership & Success Books to Read in a Lifetime list.

Currently, Marshall is executing his newest legacy project to pay it forward with The Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coaches program where he will “adopt” 100 thought-leaders to educate them on his career expertise and concepts at no charge. The only condition is that they have to pay it forward by passing on their principles and beliefs in their later years.

“We’re so honored to have Dr. Goldsmith as a keynote speaker at LEAD2018. As one of the great thinkers and leaders who have influenced the field of management in modern business, he will elevate the level of inspiration and potential in all of us,” stated Debbie McGrath, CEO and Chief Instigator, HR.com.

In addition to Dr. Goldsmith, the following speakers are confirmed for LEAD2018:
– Robyn Benincasa, World Champion Adventure Racer
– Ashanti Branch, Founder and Executive Director, The Ever Forward Club
– Michel Chikwanine, former child soldier and activist
– Andy Fastow, former CFO of Enron
– Mandy Harvey, Award winning singer/songwriter, America’s Got Talent contestant
– Whitney Johnson, Co-founder of Disruptive Innovation Fund, Author
– Frank O’Dea, co-founder of Second Cup Canada
– Dan Schawbel, Research Director at Future Workplace
– Shannon Scott, LBGTQ and Human Rights Activist

Speaker Profiles Here

All 13 speakers will be broadcasted live from the LEAD2018 event in Salt Lake City, Utah at the Grand America Hotel via high definition web stream technology. Corporate Leaders can attend the live event as well as broadcast these world-class speakers into their workplace, community, educational institute or corporation. Find more information here: www.LEAD2018.com

About LEAD2018
The Leadership Excellence & Development Forum (LEAD) is an annual 2-day inspirational leadership event dedicated to helping organization create AN INNOVATIVE, HIGH POTENTIAL AND PASSIONATE WORKFORCE. Both days (February 7th & 8th, 2018) are action packed with Leadership and HR-specific roundtables, workshops, networking opportunities and speakers. Participants learn how to take the world’s best corporate leadership practices and concepts and put them into practice, applying them to their organizations. 13 keynotes share their stories and are broadcasted to hundreds of host sites across the world, providing the chance to share this life changing event with their teams and communities.

About HR.com
HR.com strives to help create inspired workforces by making HR professionals smarter. Over 1,100,000 HR professionals turn to HR.com as the trusted resource for education, career development, and compliance: 1000s of lessons in the HR Genius on-demand training library, 400+ webcasts yearly, the largest HR certification exam preparation practice supporting SHRM and HRCI certifications, a global Leadership annual event, 12 monthly themed interactive HR epublications, and 35+ primary research reports. HR.com offers the best training and networking for HR professionals globally 24/7/365.

For more information, contact:
Debbie McGrath
Chief Instigator and CEO
dmcgrath@hr.com
877-472-6648
www.HR.com
www.LEAD2018.com

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