February 18th, 2008
Strategic Talent Management
A Timely and Informative Panel Discussion
Noted Human Resources thought leader Dr. John Sullivan has said "Talent management is a continuous, integrated process of ensuring that an organization has a continuous supply of highly productive individuals in the right job, at the right time”.
Talent Management aims to help organizations to:
effectively plan talent needs
build an image to attract the very best
ensure that new hires become quickly productive
retain the very best talent
continuously deploy talent to where it can have the most impact.
This month’s forum, led by our moderator Pete Sorenson, will be a lively panel discussion regarding strategic talent management. Attendees will hear perspectives on the subject from a number of experts in the talent management field. Our panel will provide their views on the current trends in strategic talent management as well as what they believe the future will hold. Audience members will be invited to participate with their questions.
Mark your calendar and register right away for what promises to be a mind-expanding Forum!
MAKE SURE YOUR CLIENTS LEARN ABOUT VITAL LABOR TRENDS FROM YOU !
"Get smart, get known, and get business!" Network, enjoy the informal interchange with professional colleagues, and come prepared to challenge the speaker with your probing questions.
Please note the new venue for our Management Consultant's Forum. We are now meeting at the Doubletree Hotel - 4099 Valley View Lane, Dallas (North I-635 frontage road west of Midway).
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John H. Cox, CPLP, Ed.D.
John is the president of the Cox Learning Group. His firm helps companies select, train, and retain their human resources talent. With over 20 year’s experience, he has completed more than a hundred initiatives for clients in the Retail, Hospitality, Distribution, and Manufacturing industries. John has taught at East Carolina University, UT at Dallas and most recently, the University of North Texas. He recently presented "Beyond Turnover: An Evidence-Based Model for Impacting Employee Retention” at the 2007 International ASTD conference in Atlanta. John was awarded a Leadership Grant to attend North Carolina State University where he worked with Malcolm Knowles and received a Doctorate of Education.
Stephen C. LaMotta, SPHR
Steve is a senior executive of the Human Capital Institute’s (HCI) management team, and presently serves as Business Development Officer. Steve is an advisor to several state and national human resource organizations and business advisory boards. He sits on the HCI executive board and most recently was a National Director of SHRM's Employment Management Association (EMA) as Vice President Area IV (Southern U.S.), an EMA Foundation board member and SHRM's Area IV, Vice President. A writer and frequent speaker on human resource and talent management practices, Steve is best known for his creative and innovative strategic solutions, talent mindset and human capital architecture as a service driven, client centric consultant.
William T. Prince III (Bill)
Bill Prince is best known for his highly customer focused work in Staffing and Recruiting. Currently Bill is on assignment with the investment arm of Beal Service Corporation. Bill served for several years as a Vice President of Human Resources for Ericsson Inc. where he was responsible for Staffing, Recruiting, Manpower Planning, Succession Planning, Leadership Development, and Organizational Development. He joined Ericsson, a 15-year client of his consulting practice, to utilize his visionary leadership to closely link Staffing and Development activities to the overall business strategy. Bill is co-author of Tips on the Hiring Process, an interactive tutorial for managers and HR practitioners.
Doris Sims, SPHR
Doris M. Sims is the Co-Founder and Partner of Building Tomorrow’s Talent, LLC, a talent management and succession planning consulting firm. Her experience in organizational and leadership development spans over 20 years. Doris has implemented leadership development and talent management programs in Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies in healthcare, finance, telecom, and information systems, including Alcatel, First Horizon Home Loans, and CVS/Caremark. Doris is the co-author of Building Tomorrow’s Talent: A Practitioner’s Guide to
Talent Management and Succession Planning. She is also the author of the McGraw-Hill book Creative New Employee Orientation Programs.
Our Panel Moderator
Peter Jay Sorenson, CMC
Pete Sorenson is the owner and operator of GINKGO Enterprises, a small management and organizational consulting firm that designs webs of intangible assets to create tangible value. GINKGO Enterprises currently operates with one foot in the Dallas Fort Worth, Texas Metroplex in the United States of America.