Talent@2030

September 27th–28th 2016

Last year's 4A's Talent@2030 brought together 250 Talent and HR leaders, along with top C-suite agency and client-side executives, who offered candid perspectives about the significant impact that technology, social media and data have had on people and culture. The event culminated with a dynamic Master Class on unconscious bias that left our attendees with new insights about what it really takes to build sustainable, inclusive people and culture practices.

Mark your calendars now and plan to attend this September's 4A's Talent@2030. This year is sure to be an even stronger talent community and knowledge building event for the industry! The agency-focused agenda will present best practices in talent retention that enable the future through innovative engagement and development strategies.  

Click HERE to register today!  

We look forward to seeing you this September!

Click HERE to see highlights, video and images from 2015. 

See 2015 highlights from Day 1 & Day 2

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Rich Stoddart

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RICH STODDART

CEO, North America
Leo Burnett

Rich Stoddart is a proven marketing leader who successfully drives growth and innovation for one of the world’s largest and most awarded communication companies, Leo Burnett. 

Under his leadership the last six years, Leo Burnett North America driven significant growth and acquisition of new clients and has delivered some of the most effective and talked about campaigns for blue-chip clients including “Mayhem” for Allstate, “What Will You Gain When You Lose?” for Kellogg’s Special K and “Mean Stinks” for Procter & Gamble’s Secret. As CEO, Rich is recognized for his leadership in the development and integration of shopper, digital, social and mobile capabilities as well as talent acquisition.

Chief among his personal success drivers is aN unwavering focus on talent, which has helped the agency consistently win “Best Place to Work” commendations from Advertising Age and The Chicago Tribune. He has helped engineer a new innovation arm for the company – Farmhouse – and has also aligned Leo Burnett and sister marketing services agency Arc, enabling the delivery of seamless, cross-platform ideas. Uniting the complementary strengths of Burnett and Arc together, as Leo Burnett himself said, “helps clients build a quality reputation for the long haul and generate sales for the immediate present.”