How to Build a Talent Discovery Program 2015 : 2-day In-person Seminar on How to Build a Talent Discovery Program for Your Organization at Miami, FL
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Progressive organizations are starting to invest more in their high potential talent, but who should be identified as a high potential, and who is really a high performer? "Emerging talent" is a hot topic that organizations have to act upon in order to meet the demands of a quickly changing business world. Companies are facing a war on talent, and a war with talent. In this very practical workshop, we will explore the workplace of tomorrow and the factors that driving us toward it at a rapid pace. We will learn what skills are needed for the future and take time to assess your own organization (gap analysis).
We will also discuss high potential versus high performer, and how to differentiate between them. We will collaboratively work through a complete talent discovery program that you can implement with as little or as much budget as you want. Finally, you will get a high potential assessment tool that HR and your leaders can use to evaluate talent.
Why should you attend?
You should attend this workshop if you want to understand the difference between high potentials and high performers, accelerate the discovery and development of your emerging talent, and create a practical program that can immediately be implemented in your organization. This is a very interactive and practical workshop where you will go through some self-assessment as well!
Areas Covered in the Session
• Discuss how the "Workplace of Tomorrow" is impacting businesses today
• Learn about the multiple generations and what it means to discovering and cultivating hidden or emerging talent
• We will do significant work around leadership skills today versus "tomorrow"
• We will do significant work around learning to differentiate between high performer versus high potential
• We will do collaborative and interactive work to put together your own talent discovery program in a step by step process.
Who will benefit:
• HR Leaders and their Teams
• HR Professionals who work with Talent
• HR Professionals who are responsible for Talent Management Processes and Results
Lecture 1: 1) Introductions 2) What's Shaping the Workplace of Tomorrow
Lecture 2: 5 Generations in the Workplace-The impact to discovering and cultivating talent
Lecture 3: The Future Leadership Skills Needed for Emerging Talent Today
Lecture 4: 1) Determining High Potential versus High Performer 2) Visioning Pre-Work for Day 2
Lecture 1: 1) Talent Discovery Program Success Stories 2) The essential pieces and tools of a 1st year program no matter what your budget
Lecture 2: Talent Discovery Program- Future State "Cafe" and visioning
Lecture 3: Small Group program construction and vetting
Lecture 4: Finalize your structure: Large Group Sharing and feedback
Angela Nuttle Angela Nuttle's 20 years of expertise is in human resources and organizational development as an executive leader, consultant, and speaker. She���s built high visibility large- scale programs, initiatives, and workshops for Fortune 500 companies including Roche, Northrop Grumman, and Kellogg Brown & Root. She spent three years in Iraq as an HR defense contractor in support of the US military, and is frequently asked to speak about her experiences there. She is known for hitting the ground running and yields exceptional results at an accelerated rate.
"Angie's" innovative solutions reflect her ability to provide clarity in ambiguous circumstances, and then create a unique strategy from the ground up. She specializes in multi-faceted transformation programs that address several needs simultaneously. As a coach and facilitator, she holds a Masters in HR Management and Organizational Development, as well as certifications with Coaches Training Institute, Center for Creative Leadership 360 Coach, Franklin Covey Facilitator, PDI 360 Coach, Myers Briggs, StrengthsFinder, Extended DiSC, and HRCI Professional in Human Resources.
Location: Miami, FL | Date: June 18th & 19th, 2015 | Time: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
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Price: $795.00 (Seminar for One Delegate)
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Location: San Diego, CA | Date: September 10th & 11th, 2015 | Time: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Diego Downtown
Venue Address: 1646 Front Street, San Diego, California, 92101, USA
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