Chris Herrmannsen, Chief Executive of Ochre House warned ‘in the last recession the talent pipeline suffered major shortages through unrestrained culling’. Knowing how to use mobility and succession planning to retain the right talent is essential to ensure future growth. Labour is the biggest outgoing cost for most organisations, you need to ensure you support your most valuable talent and have the right skills in your organisation. This will help you gain a positive impact on your bottom line.
Symposium Event’s 4th Talent Management Summit has been specifically designed to offer expert advice on cost effective and cost neutral retention methods. You will be given tools to develop creative engagement strategies and to manage and prioritise your talent programmes. The very latest talent management strategies will be explored with industry leaders including Standard Chartered, E.ON, Oxfordshire County Council, IBM and KPMG.
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The “Talent Management Summit 2009″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:
Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair
Ian Brinkley, Director of Knowledge Economy
Employee Worth, Engagement and Development
Elisa Pearson, Workforce Partner Leader, Human Resources UK
Achieving your Organisational Potential and Exploring the Possibilities
Debbie Brenen, Group Talent and Development Manager
Effective Talent Measurement and Recognition: Preparing for the Upturn
Jonathan George, Head of Contact Centre Services Specsavers Optical
Integrating Talent within your Organisational Functions: The Holistic Approach
Simon Haben, Head of Leadership and Talent Development
Nurturing Talent Through Mergers and Acquisitions
Meena Anand, Country Integration Head, HR
Technology and Talent
Steve Foster, Head of Business Consulting
Internationalising Talent: The Barriers and Opportunities
Melanie Jones, Talent Manager
Tailoring Talent, Management for Different Facets of your Organisation
Ruth Cane, Organisational Development Manager
Taking a Client Centric Commercial Approach with your Top Talent
Jodie King, Head of Talent Management
Retention of Talent through Uncertainty and Major Change
Ann-marie Murphy, Head of HR
The Business Case: Global Talent Programmes and Measuring your R.O.I
Victoria Woodison, HR Director