Talent Management Alliance – Assessing and Developing High Potentials Summit
Miami (November1st, 2014) Today the Talent Management Alliance (TMA), shared additional details about its upcoming 2015 Assessing and Developing High Potentials Summit. The event is to be held at the Westin Buckhead Hotel in Atlanta, GA from April 21st to April 23rd, 2015.
The fourth annual Assessing and Developing High Potentials Summit will feature insightful and practitioner led sessions to further enable human capital management professionals to become a strategic partner to the business in the talent assessment and development process. Learn from the best on: selection and assessment methodologies, blended learning approaches, and accelerated development programs.
Focused Sessions will tackle:
- High Potential program design and implementation
- Aligning High Potential Selection and Development with Organizational
- Culture and Business Needs
- Creating and sustaining a leadership pipeline
- Promoting bench strength
- Engaging and retaining High Potentials
- Establishing a Leadership Competency Model
- Supporting leadership development efforts with data analytics
- Effective succession management
- Identifying and growing global leaders
Potential is the next wave of talent-spotting. Companies need to focus less on people’s competencies when filling a job and more on the qualities that will let them pivot with the times. That’s especially critical when picking someone for a leadership role. The world is simply too fickle and fast-moving these days to know what any job will require. You have to start with the right mindset, the skills that make you successful today might not be so important tomorrow.
Research suggests that more than two-thirds of companies are misidentifying their high-potential employees jeopardizing long-term corporate performance. This failure drives true HiPos—those who demonstrate the attributes to be successful future leaders—to pursue positions with potentially competitive organizations willing to invest in their development. In order to keep top talent in house and maximize bottom-line results, companies must re-evaluate and reinvigorate their HiPo programs. Precise identification of high potentials requires applying a consistent language of talent, and properly calibrating the system to measure it.
Additional information about the 2015 Assessing and Developing High Potentials Summit, including registration details, can be accessed at http://the-tma.org/high-potential/
About Talent Management Alliance:
Talent Management Alliance (TMA) produces a variety of conferences, webcasts and whitepapers that are designed to facilitate peer to peer learning through the exchange of progressive business ideas between human capital professionals from specific industries: including retail, technology, energy, finance, and healthcare. Learn more at the-tma.org.
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