San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
You are invited to the Memphis Chapter IIA
December 13, 2016 Training Event.
The Art of Strategic Thinking
Executive Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer
First Horizon National Corporation
John Daniel is chief human resources officer for First Horizon National Corporation, parent company of First Tennessee Bank and FTN Financial. In this role he sits on the Executive Management Committee and is responsible for managing the company’s human resources functions including: recruiting, training, performance management, salary and benefits, employee relations, talent management and organizational development.
Before joining First Horizon, Daniel was head of human resources at Regions Financial Corp. He has served in senior human resources roles at PNC Financial and Mellon Bank Corp. He has more than 35 years of experience in banking and human resources management. Daniel speaks frequently on organizational culture, change management and leadership. He is originally from Pittsburgh and earned his Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of Pittsburgh. Mr. Daniel is active in the community. He is on the board at New Memphis Institute, PeopleFirst, and is on the Advisory Board of Facing History and Ourselves (Memphis) and Streets Ministries. These organizations are devoted to the development of people and social capital.
John is married to Leslie Daniel and they live in Harbor Town. John has three sons, John, Jason and Jeff. He and Leslie are members of the Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church. In September of 2015 John received a heart transplant. He volunteers with the American Heart Association and speaks about his experience to increase organ donation.
Registration 11:00 – 11:30
Lunch 11:30 – 12:00
Speaker 12:00 – 1:45
CPE Hours: 2
IIA CPE credits are accepted by most professional licensed organizations, including NASBA.
Join us at the new meeting location at the Doubletree by Memphis East!
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Acknowledgement Cancellation/No Show Terms & Conditions
In order to register for this training event, registrants must accept the following cancellation/no show terms and conditions:
1) Cancelations can be made for this event until Friday December 9, 2016 at 3:00PM without any charge.
2) If registration is canceled after 3:01 PM on Friday December 9, 2016, then the full registration fee must be paid to the IIA Memphis Chapter.
3) Individuals that have registered and is a no show the full registration fee must be paid the IIA Memphis Chapter.
These terms & conditions must be accepted in order to complete registration for this training event.