2016 Speakers and Presenters
|Johnny Campbell, CEO
Johnny is the founder and CEO of Social Talent, a company that has the lofty ambition to improve the productivity of every professional worker in the world with better knowledge, tools and data to be better at what they do. Everyone has to start somewhere, so Johnny and his team have started with recruiters and so far they’ve turned nearly 15,000 recruiters from companies like Microsoft, Intel, and GE into sourcing ninjas. The company’s platform is used in over 90 countries by more than 1,000 companies, and their blog is read by nearly 100,000 recruiters each week.
|Elliot Clark, CEO
Elliot is the chairman and CEO of SharedXpertise Media, LLC, which he founded in 2006.He oversees company management and the publication of HRO Today, HRO Today Global and Corporate Responsibility, the related global HRO Today conference series, and the Commit!Forum, the largest corporate responsibility conference in the world. Elliot writes a column for each magazine issue with commentary on newsworthy events and speaks at events internationally on related topics. He also works closely with the development of research standards for customer satisfaction research ratings for the leading human resource service providers and Corporate Responsibility’s 100 Best Corporate Citizens Ranking.Elliot has had a long and distinguished career in the human resources services and technology industry. Prior to SharedXpertise, he was the chief operating officer of Kenexa Corporation (Nasdaq KNXA), a leading provider of HR software and services. He worked at Kenexa from 1991 until 2006, and was instrumental in growing the company from 12 to 1,200 employees. He oversaw corporate operations and directly managed the recruitment process outsourcing division. He led the Kenexa team to be named the top provider in RPO by multiple industry analysts and publications. As a key member of the executive team, he was deeply involved in 15 acquisitions, three private equity financings, and an IPO. He served on the board of directors from 1997 until 2006. Elliot also had a distinguished career in the executive search industry, completing numerous senior executive assignments in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries, and was active in the leadership of the largest pharmaceutical affinity association in the world, the Drug Information Association, serving on the steering committee of North America from 1994 to 1997. Elliot is a graduate of the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce of the University of Pennsylvania, earning a B.S. Economics where he majored in Human Resources. He also served on the national board of directors of the Wharton Alumni Association from 1997 to 1998. Elliot is currently the chairman emeritus of the board of directors of the Ehlers Danlos Foundation, a member of the board of trustees of the Michener Art Museum, a member of the board of trustees of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and a senior fellow at Center for Human Resource Studies at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
|Victor Garcia Munoz, Global Payroll Senior Director
Victor has been with Microsoft for 15 years, where he has earned both the “Best EMEA Region Controller” award and Microsoft’s “Circle of Excellence” award. Prior to Microsoft, he held financial management and leadership roles within wine and spirits company Allied Domecq and personal products giant Procter & Gamble.
|Zachary Misko, Global Vice President and Executive Director
HRO Today Services and Technology Association
Zachary leads the HRO Today Services and Technology Association, a global membership organization of HR and workforce executives in the U.S., EMEA and APAC regions dedicated to professional development, peer-to-peer networking opportunities and industry-leading educational opportunities. Prior to joining SharedXpertise in 2014, Zachary held both provider and practitioner roles in human resources. He was a global vice president at KellyOCG, managed human resource functions at a worldwide leader in biotechnology and life sciences, Promega Corp, in Madison, WI, and was employed as the senior training manager for Lands’ End, in Dodgeville, WI.
|Seb O’Connell, EVP and Managing Director – Europe & Asia Pacific
In his role as managing director of Europe and Asia Pacific, Seb leads the organization’s creation and delivery of customized, innovative solutions to clients seeking transformational change. As a member of the Cielo global executive team, he plays a key role in shaping the strategic direction of the organization as it expands its footprint in Europe and beyond. Seb brings to Cielo a strong background in business development, as well as insightful solution design and operational delivery. Throughout his career, he has proven successful at growing organizations and people, and delivering world-class results for RPO clients across the globe. An acknowledged industry thought leader and EMEA advisory board member to the HRO Today Services & Technology Association, he is frequently quoted in the media and is a highly-regarded speaker at regional, national and international conferences and seminars. Connect with him on LinkedIn here.
|Julie Sharp, Head of Group HR
Bank of Ireland
Julie Sharp joined Bank of Ireland as Head of Group Human Resources on 14 June 2010. Julie is Australian and brings diverse HR experience to the Group, gained in several different companies including ING where she more recently worked. Julie held a number of senior HR positions with ING, ranging from Regional HR Director, Australia, to Regional Head of HR & Board Member, Hong Kong, ING Asia Pacific, where she was responsible for 17,000 employees, covering Investment Management, Insurance and Real Estate. After 10 years working with ING, Julie moved to Ireland with her family where she has been engaged in consulting assignments over the past year. Prior to IMG, Julie was the HR Director for Citibank Australia and Arthur Anderson. Julie holds an MBA in International Business Management from Charles Stuart University, having previously graduated from the University of New South Wales with a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Psychology.
Gerry Sullivan, SVP of Sales, Solutions & Marketing
As the leader of sales, solutions and marketing development, Gerry collaborates with team members to ensure all client programs meet and exceed the needs of specific Service Level Agreements and Key Performance Indicators. Gerry has worked at PeopleScout for more than 20 years and has led the launch of several major RPO programs. Gerry holds a Bachelor’s degree from Lake Forest College.
|Edward Trolley, SVP of Consulting and Advisory Services
Edward Trolley is widely recognized for having started the training outsourcing industry when he orchestrated the first comprehensive training outsourcing deal between DuPont and The Forum Corporation in 1993. After joining The Forum Corporation, he continued to advance this outsourcing concept with leading companies such as The Moore Corporation, NCR, Texas Instruments, KPMG Canada, SmithKline Beecham, Irving Oil and other organizations around the globe. He has orchestrated more comprehensive training outsourcing relationships than anyone on the planet. Prior to entering the training outsourcing provider space, Ed was head of DuPont’s Training and Education division, where he oversaw and guided the training and education for the 110,000-person multi-national corporation. In 2007, he was recognized as one of the industry’s top 20 most influential people in training by TrainingIndustry.com. Ed was also named one of the 100 Superstars of HR Outsourcing by HRO Today magazine in 2014 and 2015. He is the co-author of the seminal book, Running Training Like a Business: Delivering Unmistakable Value. He is also a contributing author to two ATD published books, Building Learning Capability Through Outsourcing and Lies About Learning.
|Dean van Leeuwen, Futurist and Keynote Speaker
Dean believes that every business and every leader from all types of organisations across all levels can achieve remarkable things in the 21st century. Sadly, most organisations are falling well short of their full potential in terms of productivity, fulfillment and competitiveness, so he has embarked on a journey to work with and inspire leaders and organisations to DO remarkable things. Dean believes that together we can contribute to making the 21st century the most amazing and remarkable era. “It’s never been easier for anyone anywhere to make a difference to the world they touch. The power of social media, the democratisation of information and unparallelled access to disruptive and mobile technology means that each one of us can do our big bit or small bit to fix what is wrong in the world,” says Dean. His belief and drive to build a better working world involves constantly challenging conventional thinking, exploring and researching new ideas and developing the latest thought-provoking leadership and strategic frameworks. These frameworks have been delivered for over ten years in more than 30 countries, to senior leaders from some of the most admired organisations, across multiple industries and functions, to improve; individual and team productivity, increase personal fulfilment and enhanced competitiveness; all within the stratagem of doing well by doing good. Dean is a TEDx speaker and author of the book Quest: Competitive Advantage and the Art of Leadership in the 21st century available from Amazon in print and kindle. Dean delivers keynote presentations, pre-dinner talks, facilitates strategy workshops and lectures on leadership development programmes run by the business schools he is affiliated with including London Business School and the Centre for European Leadership Development/CEDEP at INSEAD. He also runs leadership, consulting and strategic insights engagements through TomorrowToday Global where he is a co-founder and the chief exploration officer.