Integrated Talent Management: Aligning Talent with Organizational Demands HR415
As the need for talent continues to grow and change rapidly in an unpredictable economy, HR practitioners are faced with challenges focused on leadership development and talent management processes to ensure the right leadership capabilities for the present and uncertain future. Organizations worldwide are developing business objectives focused on growth and bolstering both top- and bottom-line performance and it is HR’s responsibility to implement talent strategies that not only support these objectives but are strongly aligned to ensure success.
Participants will explore leading practices to help organizations build talent, processes for aligning a talent strategy to desired business outcomes, and the importance of diagnosing the quality and depth of an organization’s current talent pool and what it will take to remain competitive in the future. This two-day workshop will provide you with the knowledge and skills to:
- Align your talent strategy with the organization’s vision, mission, and goals
- Identify how to impact the organization’s bottom line by attracting, managing, and engaging talent in today’s business environment
- Implement innovative talent development practices
Connie Chartrand, Executive Director, within Morgan Stanley Talent Development leads a global team responsible for the creation and delivery of leadership, management, professional, and financial product content. In her role, she works with HR and business leaders in creating talent development solutions that are practical, relevant, and enduring. Prior, she was the Chief Learning Officer for Morgan Stanley Smith Barney. She received her Doctorate in Education, with a specialization in Adult Learning, from Columbia University in 2004, where she currently is an Assistant Adjunct Professor. Connie also serves on the Board of American Society for Training and Development, an international non-profit group.
Lisa Csencsits, Associate Director in Human Capital Development at Cornell University, ILR, is responsible for the design, development and delivery of customized learning and capability development programs. Ms. Csencsits, as an Organizational Development Practitioner, leverages her experience working with large privately and publicly held companies, as well as her research and educational expertise to provide programs grounded in theory with practical solutions to enhance participant learning and professional development. Ms. Csencsits's expertise includes implementing effective, innovative and sustainable interventions to enhance organizational performance, individual and team development. Lisa's work has included establishing talent management processes for greater efficiency and results, delivering learning programs aimed at building strategic leadership, working alongside management and leaders to identify and define the necessary capabilities needed to perform effectively in their functions and creating unique career development opportunities to support both organizational needs and employee growth. Over the years, Lisa has also been actively involved in partnering to present and publish research in the field of Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Lisa holds a B.A. In Psychology from Adelphi University and a M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Hofstra University.