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Next week, I’ll be keynoting at HCI’s Employee Engagement Conference in Chicago. Among the other speakers joining me on the agenda include Cathy Benko, Vice Chairman and Managing Principal at Deloitte LLP; Ellie Gates, Director of Management Effectiveness & Performance at Adobe; Janice Weiss, Director of Recognition and Engagement Marketing at Macy’s; Ginger Gregory, Chief Human Resources Officer at Dunkin’ Brands, Inc.; and Lisa Lewis, Manager of Organizational Change Management at Mercedes-Benz Financial Services.
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