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2014 Conference for Corporate Executives issues call for speaker nominations

June 21, 2013

Topic: Hiring Millenials -- What Do They Know, What Can They Do, and How Can They Revolutionize the Workplace?

The 2014 Conference for Corporate Executives is accepting nominations for speaking positions for this year's event, which takes place on July 22 - 26, 2014, at the Hilton Fort Collins Hotel.

This Conference is a key meeting place for corporate recruiters and executives in the United States to learn about the future of recruiting. Attendees will have access to learn from today’s thought-leaders.

The Hiring Millenials Conference invites corporate executives, senior human resource professionals, recruiters and subject matter experts from industry and academia to respond to the call for speaker nominations for this year's event.

Who should submit speaker nominations?

  • Academics, researchers and technology incubators in career recruiting
  • Own work in an advanced area, that would be interesting and relevant to business audiences
  • Expertise with motivating and working with millenials
  • Innovators and implementers of new materials and technologies

Topic areas available for speaker nominations

  • Workplace of the 21st century
  • Behaviors, values and expectations of the ‘Me Generation”
  • Technology advances and influences on recruiting and human resources
  • Leveraging millenials skills and abilities
  • Integrating all generations
  • Learning how to hire and retain millennial

The deadline for nomination submission is 5 p.m. Mountain Time on Thursday, Aug. 15, 2013.You may make multiple speaker nominations, but all nominations must be submitted in writing by email to be considered.

If you would like to submit a proposal, please email the following information to

  • Basic contact information (organization, name, address, email, phone number)
  • A short abstract that is used for publication purposes (1000 character limit), including three learning outcomes/objectives (what you expect the audience to walk away with)
  • Presenters
  • Level of audience knowledge (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced or All)
  • Target Audience (Technical, Functional, or Implementation)
  • Session Type (TED Talks, Speeches, Networking, Breakout Sessions, Panels)

Contact: Susan Schell
Phone: (970) 412-0711