Thursday, May 17, 2012 (5:30 PM - 7:30 PM)
Strong leaders know that engaging employees in a commitment to the vision and goals of the organization drives success. And with the shrinking of traditional leadership talent pools, development of internal leaders proves critical to the future of your organization. Who better to grasp where the company is headed than team members already dedicated to your success? Learn to identify internal leadership potential and how to develop leaders within your organization. You’ll leave the meeting armed with templates and tools for: • Defining a measureable and customized leadership structure • Conducting leadership assessments • Creating a strategic development framework • Training managers to lead their teams more effectively
Dianna Wilusz, SPHR, MBA, Co-founder of The Pendolino Group, has 23 years of hands-on human resources, consulting and operations management experience, including senior global leadership roles at National Semiconductor, Beceem Communications and Lam Research. She has served a number of clients across many industries and internationally in the areas of compensation, leadership development, recruiting, talent management, human resources information systems, board of directors and senior executive management practices. With a focus on developing leadership capabilities in organizations, Dianna has helped her clients develop and deploy scalable global infrastructures directly aligned to the business strategy, financial objectives and optimizing the human resources function.
Cancellations must be received one week prior to the program to receive credit for a future event. Substitutions allowed at the applicable NCHRA Member/General rate.
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