You Have to Walk the Walk
By Dr. Eric “Rick” Johnson, founder of CEO Strategist LLC.
Most company executives decide to spend money on training because it is popular, especially when economic times are good. There is a view that it is “good” and it is also something that responsible leaders are “supposed to do” to prepare for the future. However, just spending money on training isn’t the only answer. Training alone will not produce the kind of results that training combined with coaching and mentoring can produce.
Training can increase specific skill sets but education, coaching and mentoring is necessary for complete employee development which incorporates leadership into the equation!
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Paying special attention to retention of your talent
By David Goldwich
Designing effective retention strategies by focusing on an individual’s performance and potential
Linking retention strategies to compensation, career development, organisational culture and management quality
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Presented by Rajeev Bhadauria, CFO of FMC INDIA at the Talent Management Summit 2007 (4-5 Dec, Singapore)
Rajeev has over 14 years of experience in the Finance function. He has been at senior managerial position since last five years , wherein he successfully managed heading the HR, Administration & I.T. functions in addition to heading the Finance portfolio. He is a qualified Cost & Works Accountant from the ICWA in India which has affiliation with Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, U.K.
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Presented by Claudia Cadena, Senior Vice President - Talent and Performance, Group Human Resources of SIME DARBY at the Talent Management Summit 2007 (4-5 Dec, Singapore). Topics covered:
- Aligning talent management strategies and initiatives to business strategies and direction
- Enlisting the use of technology and transfer of knowledge to make the process better, faster, and cheaper
- Evaluating critical success factors and pitfalls to avoid when putting in place talent management infrastructure
Claudia is responsible for leading the Group’s HR Team around the implementation of best practices in relation to talent management. She is also responsible for managing the High Potentials and the Scholars plus the technical team that is currently deploying and implementing SAP-HR and shared services throughout the Group.