Talent management is a mission critical process that ensures organizations have the quantity and quality of people in place to meet their current and future business priorities. The process covers all key aspects of an employee’s life cycle: selection, development, succession and performance management. Yet, over 6,500 ATD members have completed a self-assessment and Talent Management and Strategy is identified one of the weakest capabilities. Yet, there are practical steps you can take to engage, motivate and develop your workforce.
In this combined chapter event with ATD Southern CT and Long Island New York Chapters, Morgean Hirt of ATD National will provide a brief overview of the ATD model followed by author, exemplar leader, consultant and expert Kimberly Janson who will share strategies, insights from her research, and case studies demonstrating practical application with her clients to take our skills to the next level.
In this session you will take a 360-degree point of view on talent and learn how each stakeholder views the elements of people management, what they need from each element, and what confusion and conflicts arise among stakeholders which ultimately limits people’s potential.
ABOUT OUR PRESENTERS
About Kimberly Janson
Kim Janson is the CEO of Janson Associates, a firm dedicated to helping teams, individuals, leaders, executives and organizations be incredibly successful. Prior to establishing Janson Associates, Kim was the Chief Talent Management Officer at the H. J Heinz Company. At Heinz she was responsible for leadership development, organizational effectiveness, learning, diversity, change management, performance management, succession and executive coaching. She also has extensive people management experience as a Senior Vice President at Bank of America, and as a senior leader at Hasbro, BancBoston Mortgage Corporation, and Bank of Boston. While at Hasbro she won the Society for Human Resources Innovative Practice Award for her diversity work and she was featured in HR Magazine on the leadership development program she built in partnership with Tuck Business School.
About Morgean Hirt
As Director of Credentialing for the Association for Talent Development, Morgean Hirt brings over twenty-five years of nonprofit experience in personnel certification and accreditation across a variety of professions. Morgean has devoted her career to advancing professions through the establishment of industry standards. She provides strategic leadership and technical expertise in developing and implementing credentialing programs, focusing on policy and standards development, test development, board and committee governance, program audits, strategic planning, and ANSI/ISO 17024 and NCCA accreditation.