Nina Godiwalla to Keynote at PeopleAdmin’s 9th Annual User Conference…from PeopleAdmin


Human resource professionals to network and exchange talent management strategies and best practices


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PeopleAdmin, the leading provider of on-demand talent management solutions for higher education and government, recently announced Nina Godiwalla has been selected for the luncheon keynote at PeopleConnect 2012, PeopleAdmin’s 9th annual user conference.  The conference will showcase top talent management trends and topics such as recruiting, diversity, onboarding and position and performance management.

PeopleConnect 2012, being held at the AT&T Conference Center in Austin from May 21-23, brings together hundreds of human resources professionals in higher education and government organizations that are looking for ways to improve the employment lifecycle. “Our user conference is the place for the best and brightest human resource professionals to come together, learn, network and get involved,” states Susanne Bowen, CEO of PeopleAdmin. “We look forward to hearing from Nina Godiwalla along with other industry leaders on the latest trends, processes and best practices in talent management.”

Ms. Godiwalla’s keynote at PeopleConnect 2012 will focus on the impact of diversity and inclusion on institutional success. “By sharing my own stories on diversity, I want every human resource professional to walk away with two things:  first, the importance of broadening their mindset to include others around them, and second, actionable tips on how to actively create a more inclusive work environment.”

Nina Godiwalla is the CEO of MindWorks, which provides leadership, stress management, and diversity training. A few of her higher education clients include Harvard, Wharton, University of Texas at Austin, University of Chicago and Texas State University.  Godiwalla holds an MBA from Wharton, an MA from Dartmouth, and a BBA from The University of Texas, as well as being the bestselling author of “Suits: A Woman on Wall Street,” an insider’s perspective on her experience at Morgan Stanley from the outsider’s point of view of a second-generation Indian woman.

PeopleAdmin customers are some of the premier thought leaders in the industry and will be sharing best practices and talent management strategies at the conference.  Higher Education organizations including Georgia Southern, Harvard, Middle Tennessee State University, Oklahoma City Community College, Texas A&M, Thomas Edison, University of Houston and Virginia Commonwealth University will be presenting on a variety of topics including faculty recruitment, performance management, position management, integrating HR systems and service providers as well as reporting.

Attendees will leave armed with the latest tools to better handle the challenges they face and perform talent management processes more efficiently and cost effectively. Additional takeaways include:

  • Learn from peers and thought-leading institutions on how they are utilizing PeopleAdmin solutions to improve talent management processes
  • Get an inside view of technology developments and new product news at PeopleAdmin
  • Participate in hands-on product training and consulting opportunities
  • Network with institutions like yours to discuss best practices and build new relationships


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