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#TruLondon 3: Featured Track Leader: KevinWheeler (@KWheeler)

In introducing Kevin Wheeler, it would probably be quicker to tell you what Kevin Wheeler isn’t. He has plenty of global experience around the HR and Recruiting arena, and is one of the most sought after speakers in this space.

Kevin is the Founder and chief Executive of The Future Of Talent Institute, the Co-Director of the Australasian Talent Institute and The Founder/President of Global Learning Inc.

He is the author of hundreds of articles on talent management, career development, recruiting, human capital, leadership and on corporate universities and learning strategies. He has contributed chapters to several books including, recently, a chapter on leadership and recruiting in On Staffing: Advice and Perspectives for HR Leaders published by Wiley in 2004. His latest book is entitled The Corporate University Workbook: Launching the 21st Century Learning Organization which is published by Pfeiffer, Inc.

Kevin works with organizations to establish learning strategies, corporate universities, succession plans, strategic staffing programs, and human capital architectures. Kevin has been a research affiliate at SRI International and a research affiliate at the Institute for the Future in Menlo Park, CA.

He has headed talent acquisition function globally and is the founder of two corporate universities. He has an extensive national and international consulting practice with such organizations as Yahoo, Eli Lilly, Corning, Inc., Starbucks Coffee Company, Edwards Lifesciences, and Federated Department Stores, and BP, as well as with organizations in China, New Zealand, Australia and El Salvador.

He has served as adjunct faculty at the University of San Francisco and on the business faculty at San Francisco State University.

Kevin spent 7 years in Thailand as a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer and has a Masters Degree in Human Resources and Organizational Development. Most recently he was the Senior Vice President for Staffing and Workforce Development at the Charles Schwab Corporation.

Previously, Kevin worked in Thailand as the Vice President of Human Resources for Alphatec Electronics, Inc. and spent 16 years at National Semiconductor Corporation in a variety of human resource roles, including founding and acting as the director of National Semiconductor University.

He sits on a number of boards, served as a member of the National Board of Directors for the American Society of Training and Development from 1995-1997, was an advisory board member for the College Board in the early 1990’s as they architected the new SAT I and II exams, and was a member of the ACT Advisory Board. He speaks at international conferences on a regular basis and hosts an exclusive, invitation-only forum called the Future of Talent  for human capital practitioners that explore emerging technologies and practices for talent acquisition and development.

Kevin will be speaking at the #trulondon masterclass on the 16’th Feb and track leading at #trulondon on both the 17’th and 18’th Feb. This is a rare opportunity in the UK to ask questions and share opinions with a real thought leader.

We have restricted attendance at #trulondon to 100. There are only 35 tickets left, and a line up of track-leaders that are global and genuine thought leaders,

Don’t miss this opportunity by waiting for the New Year.

The Future Of Talent Institute

Global Learning Resources Inc

Buy Tickets For #trulondon & the #trulondon masterclass

One comment on “#TruLondon 3: Featured Track Leader: KevinWheeler (@KWheeler)

  1. Great Coup Bill

    Kevin is without a doubt one of the most outstanding people I know. Brilliant mind, great personality and most sharing and giving of knowledge and insight. And, with all of this, he is one of the most down to earth individuals you will ever meet. Kevin alone is worth the price of admission.

    Best regards

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