The Next Level – HIPO Role Transition Management

This session will show you how you can reduce the risk of high potential derailment by building leaders up through the pipeline to HIPO.

In or Out: Using Assessments to Support Selection & High Potential Identification

In this session we will explore a systematic way of leveraging internal assessment processes to drive the success of High Potential development.

Change Your Culture Exponentially

In this dynamic keynote, Kristen will share how you can develop your top talent to prepare them to become the next senior leadership team by focusing on critical…

Panel Discussion – Raising Industry Standards

Developing a clear understanding of the fundamentals of the investment industry is key to the growth of a strong and successful organization. In this session, CFA Institute will…

The High Potential ‘Garden’ at FedEx

High Potentials are a most sought after commodity, whether it’s on an athletic field or in business, for your chances for success increase with star players. But do…

Changing the Currency – New Ways to Measure the ROI of Leadership Development

Executive management wants to be assured that investments in organizational leadership development programs positively impact the company’s bottom line business results. Human Capital professionals are expected to present…

Leadership Development to Effectively Execute Growth and Strategy

This interactive session features Ryland Harrelson, EVP & CHRO, of TSYS (Total System Services, Inc.®), one of the world’s largest payment service firms, and Jim Haudan, CEO of…

A New Take on Old Talent – Strategic Perspectives on Talent Aquisition of Mid-/Mature Career Employees

In an aging global workforce, most organizations remain focused on building bench strength through talent acquisition processes and programs targeting College Graduates or candidates with limited experience. Though…

Pay Me Now or Pay Me Later – Drawing on Words of Wisdom from Jack Welch

For nineteen years, we’ve studied the most prevalent reasons for executive hiring failure and determined many of these could have been predicted and therefore avoided. A key to avoiding many of these costly mistakes is doing the necessary work up front, carefully determining the critical success factors and objectively assessing the best candidates available against those criteria.

Reviewing Talent – Performance vs. Potential vs. Readiness

If you have a great performer, don’t make the mistake of assuming this person is also a high potential. High potential means more than high performance ratings.

Conquering the New World – Finding Leadership Talent in Emerging Markets

The expected growth in demand — in both operations and talent markets — in emerging countries has led to a significant shift in the emphasis and configuration of…