What People Say About Next Practices Now

Each year, i4cp's conference attracts HR and talent executives from many of the world's largest and most innovative companies for what is often referred to as "the best conference of the year." But don't take our word for it.

“One of my very favorite conferences in the world is i4cp.
I love the humanity, I love the research, I love the truth telling.”
Brené Brown, New York Times bestselling author

“The only conference I come to in a typical year.”
Christi Karandikar, EVP HR at Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield

 

“They’re focused on next practices…most of us need to be looking much further into the future.”
Karen Kocher, Global General Manager, Talent & Learning Experiences at Microsoft

 

“There are no vendors. I’m not bombarded with sales pitches all day long, and it really is about true HR professionals who do the work.”
Tameika Pope, Chief Human Capital Officer at the Federal Reserve Board of the U.S.

 

“If I could only go to one conference a year, this would definitely be it.”
Brenda Sugrue, Chief Learning Officer at EY

 

“i4cp's conference provides a really authentic and effective conversation. I look forward to strategies that we can genuinely take home, and it is personal enough that we could dive effectively into the challenges being faced.”
Alexis Fink, VP People Analytics & Workforce Strategy at Facebook

 

“The content that’s brought into the conference…it’s very much forward thinking about what we should be paying attention to and what is important for businesses and organizations across the globe.”
Joe Garbus, Chief Talent & Inclusion Officer at Marsh

 

“If you really want to move forward in the profession, develop your thought leadership, develop your network, then this is the conference to come to.”
Anne Pearce, Vice President, HR at Shell

 

“The conference has always been valuable. It’s a great networking opportunity with top flight speakers. You learn from others who are doing great things in their own way.”
Barry Melnkovic, CHRO at U.S. Steel

 

“There’s not a whole bunch of vendors lined up trying to sell you stuff. The focus here is really around education and sharing knowledge.”
Skip Spriggs, former CHRO, TIAA

 

“Some of the most valuable conversations I have.”
John Boudreau, Professor at USC Marshall School of Business