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Inspiring HR pros to compose an innovative career path at HR West

Posted By Laurie A. Pehar Borsh, Wednesday, December 09, 2015

Let the countdown to HR West 2016 begin! Are you ready to get compose a new and innovative path to your personal and professional fulfillment in 2016? 

 

As a classical violinist turned innovative composer, Kai Kight uses music as a metaphor to inspire individuals and organizations across the world to compose paths of imagination and fulfillment. Inspired by his own mother who, when diagnosed with cancer, revealed regrets of not bringing her ideas to the world, Kai is on a mission to spark a global mindset shift in which ingenuity is the norm, not the exception.

 

When the Fortune 500 consulting firm PWC needed a unique way to inspire their millennial employees to find their purpose, they called Kai. When the legendary Walt Disney company needed a fresh approach to spark the creativity of their designers and animators, they called Kai. When the Superbowl-winning Seattle Seahawks of the NFL needed an innovative method to enhance the performance mindset of their star players, they called Kai. 

 

In his emotionally powerful presentations, Kai performs mesmerizing original music and vulnerably shares stories from his own transformation as an artist. Kai translates these insights into takeaways that audiences can easily infuse into their own lives and work environments. 

 

We are honored to have Kight present the final keynote of HR West - on March 9, 2016. Get ready to be inspired to have the human resources career and life that you may, for now, only be dreaming of. Join colleagues and friends at HR West 2016 -- HR in the most innovative place on earth! 

 

Watch highlights and testimonials of Kai Kight, innovative violinist, composer, and speaker, and don't miss seeing and hearing him live!  Register today.

 

 

 

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