Talent Management & Leadership Development Summit 2012 – Webinars

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Talent Management & Leadership Development Summit 2012 - All Sessions

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On demand webinar with presentations and accompanying audio recorded at the event.

This summit was been designed help delegates review and reinvigorate their talent management and leadership development strategies at a time when the need to stop the impending recovery-fuelled ‘talent drift’ is firmly at the forefront of most HR professionals’ minds.

This package includes all the online presentations.

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How to find your webinar

Once you have purchased, login and return to this page.  A new tab will appear above called “Links to Presentations” – click this and the presentations will appear.


Overview

This summit was designed help delegates review and reinvigorate their talent management and leadership development strategies at a time when the need to stop the impending recovery-fueled ‘talent drift’ was firmly at the forefront of most HR professionals’ minds.

The summit featured practical, cost effective solutions to attract, retain and develop talent.

The event evaluated how to effectively predict potential; develop innovative ways to compete in the war for talent; understand how the psychological employment contract is changing; and how we should be responding to this. Hear case studies from leaders in the field and learn practical ideas to develop your talent and leadership practices.

Held in London on Tuesday 23rd October 2012

These webinars will teach you how to:

  • Attract and retaining talent during difficult economic times
  • Examine gender diversity at the top of the house
  • Balance commercial needs and people leadership
  • Use better values and metrics
  • Anticipate organisation change and ensure you have the right skill set for future growth
  • Successfully plan succession: the importance of creating internal and external networks
  • Identify top talent globally and go over and above the nine box grid
  • Manage learning and development in today’s environment and for the future
  • Understand global talent mobility
  • Move from good to great performance management
  • Understand the required competencies for technical vs. leadership talent

Who would find this useful?

Directors, managers and heads of:

  • Human resources
  • Talent management
  • Leadership development
  • Employer brand
  • Internal communications
  • Learning and development
  • Talent acquisition

Presentations included:

Session 01: Talent Management 2012: Introduction by Chair
Anne Franke, Chief Executive Officer, Chartered Management Institute

 

Session 02: Attracting and retaining talent during difficult economic times
Catherine Ward, Director of People and Communications, BMi Healthcare

 

Session 03: Leadership development for senior women case study
Cindy Mahoney, Director, Global Talent Management, HR, BlackRock

 

Session 04: Balancing commercial needs and people leadership
Hayley Bilantz, Head of Leadership, MDA Training

 

Session 05: Talent Management 2012 – Early Morning Session Q&A
With speakers from the earlier sessions

 

Session 06: Anticipating Organisation Change Panel Discussion
Dr Susanne Sondergaard, Principal Psycologist, Ministry of Defence
Sophie Turner, Former Global Projects (Talent, Leadership, Performance), National Grid
Oliver Johnson, Director of Market Offer, Leadership, Penna

 

Session 07: Developing people for succession planning case study
Tina Earnshaw, National L&D and Talent Manager
Matthew Woodward, Regional Learning and Development Manager
Top Shop/Top Man, Arcadia Group Ltd

 

Session 08: Reversing the drain on talent – Facilitated discussion
Claire Genkai-Breeze, Co-Founder, Relume

 

Session 09: Leadership development: what really works? Facilitated discussion
Lead by Olilver Johnson, Director of Market Offer, Leadership, Penna

 

Session 10: Developing leadership vision and capability for the borderless workplace
Steve Pritchard, Director, Global Client Engagement, TMA World

 

Session 11: Serving as the tip of the spear: building a winning culture – case study
Georges Vandenhove, Vice-President of Human Resources and Communications, Europe, Ingersoll Rand

Please click the following links to be taken through to the relevant sessions. Find the "Links to presentations" tab and click to play.

Session 01: Talent Management 2012: Introduction by Chair


Session 02: Attracting and retaining talent during difficult economic times


Session 03: Leadership development for senior women case study


Session 04: Balancing commercial needs and people leadership


Session 05: Talent Management 2012 - Early Morning Session Q&A


Session 06: Anticipating Organisation Change Panel Discussion


Session 07: Developing people for succession planning case study


Session 08: Reversing the drain on talent - Facilitated discussion


Session 09: Leadership development: what really works? Facilitated discussion


Session 10: Developing leadership vision and capability for the borderless workplace


Session 11: Serving as the tip of the spear: building a winning culture - case study