Future-proofing your talent pool with the right skills and development is one of the most critical tasks at hand. It takes deliberate effort and, done right, can help build a powerful pipeline of qualified internal leaders. Done wrong or not at all, can lead to ineffective managers, weak teams and little to no growth potential for employees. Especially now, companies need to focus on development tactics to keep employees engaged, productive, and feeling valued amidst this year's challenge and change.
What are some of the key skills missing in internal talent pools and how can we better prepare them for success?
In this training session, you’ll learn key skills for emerging talent to be better equipped to step into bigger roles, PLUS unexpected (and low-cost!) ideas to future-proof your talent development strategies in an ever-evolving workplace.
Understanding Changing Workforce Needs and How They Impact Company Growth
Learn the #1 Roadblock to Developing Rising Talent
Identifying Low-cost, No-cost Tactics for Building a Stronger Talent Pool Within Your Four Walls
Meet Your Presenter
Cecilia Gorman is a veteran of the advertising industry where she spent 20+ years in production, recruiting and human resources. She presents frequently to HR audiences and brings energy and enthusiasm to the stage. She hails from Orange County, CA, spending the bulk of her career at Y&R Advertising where she was VP, Creative Services. She led Global Creative Operations at Oakley and was head of HR and Training as VP, Organizational Leadership at Innocean USA.
Cecilia is a DISC-certified Executive Director with the John Maxwell Team and is the owner of Creative + Talent + Partners, a training consultancy that specializes in the development of new and struggling managers and the teams they lead. Her signature program is Manager Boot Camp, a 4-week digital training experience for managers of all levels. Recent clients include CBS, RPA, Octagon, Jack Morton, Oakley, Texas Christian University, Univision, Easterseals, Hyundai Capital, and ASICS. It's been her mission to inspire, educate and motivate people toward their greatest potential.
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