The search for cost-effective development practices continues this year. According to PwC Survey 2011, 83% of the 1,200 CEOs surveyed globally plan to change their firm’s talent management strategy over the next twelve months. This means that talent is now more important to business leaders than risk and investment.
Organisations are striving to make the most of what they have, retaining talent and developing leaders from within has become a more vital focus. This year’s Talent Management and Leadership Development Summit has been to designed to enable understanding of the key elements to attracting external talent where necessary whilst also nurturing your internal talent.
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The “Talent Management and Leadership Development 2011″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:
Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair
Will Mitchell, Director of Consulting
The Issues Surrounding Predicting Potential of Future Leaders
Cindy Mahoney, Head of Talent Management
Realising the Innovation Potential of Your Employees
Christoph Williams, Talent & Performance
Social Capital: The X Factor for Leadership Development & Talent Management?
Tony Hall, Head of Talent Management and Performance Alexander Mann
Building Programmes and Activities From Ground Up
Patrick McMaster Director of Learning & Talent Management
Nurturing Internal Talent
Perry Timms, Head of Talent and OD
Has Talent Management Become an Exclusive Ideology?
Joe Bell Head of Learning and Development
Top 10 Talent Management Dilemmas and Pragmatic Solutions That Work
Preya Gopie, Talent and Leadership Development Consultant
Creating a Culture of Sustainability – The Importance of Leadership
Alan Ovens, Director of Organisational Development