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Talent Optimization for Workforce Performance

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Talent Optimization for Workforce Performance
Date:
July 30, 2013 at 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
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Description
Talent Optimization for workforce performance

Suddenly everyone wants to talk about talent again. And with good reason. The Conference Board’s 2013 CEO Challenge Survey places human capital well above operational excellence and innovation as the key challenge that keeps business leaders awake at night. Meanwhile Bersin by Deloitte has identified that managers and learners see new technologies – cloud based, user-friendly and integrated – as making possible what they’ve long been looking for: a way to tackle the complex issues around talent in a smart, agile way.
For HR this is good news – there is an urgency to make an impact in recruiting, developing and deploying people right and the tools to do it. But the challenge remains in the detail: how to meet the demands of both the C-suite and operational line managers without making the task impossibly large?
For HR and Learning Technology veteran Ara Ohanian, the answer is Talent Optimization – finding the critical points that impact the business, and doing them smarter, with the right systems in support. Drawing on real-world examples they will explore how optimizing talent makes it possible to get the most when supporting workforce performance. Join Ara to explore:
• Using social tools to link not only people but processes
• Why training is not always the answer – but learning may be!
• How individual requests for help reveal organizational performance needs
• The 3 second rule, or how poor buy-in can wreck your hard work
• The value of integrated systems with single sign-on
Who Should Participate
Senior HR Executives, CLO's, VP/directors of Talent Management, Senior Learning & Development Executives, VP's and directors of L&D and Organizational learning.
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In publication- please check in Fall 2013 at www.Infor.com
Categories
Human Resources Management
Staffing and Recruitment
Workforce Management (Time & Attendance)
Core HR: Payroll for HR and HRIS
Training and Development
Leadership
Organizational Development
Performance Management
Workforce Planning and Analytics
Recruitment Process Outsourcing
Integrated Talent Management
Social Media And Employee Communications
Technology Enabled Learning
Quality of Hire
What You Will Learn
By joining this session you’ll equip yourself to better understand how to make the most of your organization’s talent. How can you help it perform better – even under tight budget constraints? How can you be sure which performance issues are urgent? And how can you work for the longer term while still dealing effectively with short term needs? In this session you’ll take away the answers to these questions and learn more about: • The real value of social tools at work (It may not be what you think!) • Understanding when training is and is not needed • How to put your talent data to work to boost performance • The value of integrated systems
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Kenneth Fung
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Ara Ohanian
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Aviat Networks
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Lufthansa German Airlines
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