Profiles International to Attend Evanta HR Leadership Summit in Houston

Waco, TX. December 1, 2014 -Talent management solutions provider, Profiles International, will be attending the Evanta HR Leadership Summit on December 2, at the Houston Hotel Westside in Houston, TX.

This one-of-a-kind conference is built from the ground up “by HR Execs, for HR Execs.” That means attendees will enjoy a custom experience that is regionally relevant and topically pertinent. The agenda will offer invaluable networking, and work to synthesize and address the challenges and opportunities facing organizations today.

Now in its sixth year, this exclusive conference delivers peer insight and unparalleled networking to the top HR leaders in the region. The agenda is designed to be specific and relevant to Houston, providing actionable strategies to strengthen the HR function across all industries, from oil and gas to healthcare and aeronautics.

Keynote speakers include Dr. Robert Robbins, president and CEO of the Texas Medical Center, Luke Kissam, president, CEO, and director of Albemarle Corporation, and Bruce Culpepper EVP, Human Resources, Americas of Shell Oil Company.

Robin Mottern and Dena Mayo will represent Profiles International at the event.

For more information, visit the event website.

Evanta fosters leadership development and collaborative exchange among North America’s top executives. Evanta’s network starts with face-to-face gatherings and leadership conferences, and extends into professional development programs, as well as their online social networking site, the Evanta Leadership Network.

Profiles International is the best source for talent management solutions, with over 20 years’ experience and more than 40,000 clients in over 120 countries. Profiles knows how people work and what motivates them. Their data-driven talent management solutions–built on complex behavioral science, yet simple to administer and read–help organizations find the right people, shape them into a winning team, and lead them to their full potential.