Uncover The Best Examples Of How The Boldest Retail People Leaders Are Embracing
Industry Change, Transforming HR Strategy, And Delivering Growth Against The Odds

LEAP HR: Retail is returning for its fourth year to unite the most progressive people leaders from the top retail and consumer brands for 3 days of strategic and disruptive dialogue like no other.

This is you and your team’s unique opportunity to discover the most transformational people leaps that have driven vital business growth. Join your peers at the only retail event designed for the HR leaders most actively challenging traditional thinking, and be inspired by:

How Nike’s unique talent acquisition strategies have set the company up with the top talent who have bolstered growth of 7% in fiscal 2019, and annual dividend rises for the past fifteen years

How Target’s differentiated guest experience has fuelled continued store openings and steady like-for-like sales increases for the last two years

How Walmart’s radical approaches to rethinking legacy HR architecture have enabled the business to keep up with grocery sales growing at the fastest pace in nine years
How Kendra Scott’s fresh approach to compensation and benefits has enabled the brand to engage and retain the talent it needs to open 92 stores in 3 years

And many more...!


Join the highest rated retail HR event in the industry and become part of the only community of retail people leaders who leave their annual event energized, inspired and ready for action.

LEAP HR: Retail community include

“The most relevant and thought-provoking gathering of minds I've been to in a long time. I thoroughly enjoyed myself as did my team. Great networking, inspiring content, seamless organization - you can definitely count on me for next year. 10 out of 10.”

Susan Lee, most recently Head of People, Warby Parker

“There is no Retail-specific HR forum quite like this, and it is really exciting to see such a relevant and cutting-edge agenda at LEAP HR. I was grateful to participate, found it very focused, and with a great structure.”

Eric Severson, most recently Co-CHRO, Gap Inc