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Talent Management Transformed: Increasing the power of Talent Mobility Decisions

18 May, 2021 at 10AM CEST
Webinar will be recorded

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@luca.mara via Twenty20

Unleash Your CuriosityFind out how you can use data, science and experience to increase the speed and accuracy of your talent mobility decisions.

  • Empowered people can be enablers of organizational transformation
  • Data, science, and experience can be combined through technology to guide real-time talent mobility decisions
  • Organizations must focus on enabling flexibility as well as precision when identifying talent potential

Never before has the role of talent management been so crucial for enabling individuals and organisations to thrive. In a digital world of disruption and change, businesses must empower individuals to grow and reinvent, and enable transformation through their people in order to survive.  

Data, science, and experience can be combined through technology to guide real-time workforce decisions. Let’s take this great opportunity to reshape our approaches to talent management and leverage the human connection. 

During this session, we’ll share specific examples of how organizations can identify potential in talent by focusing on enabling flexibility as well as precision when preparing for the unique challenges ahead.  

Key learnings:  

  • How to increase the speed and accuracy of your talent mobility decisions by drawing actionable insights from talent data.  
  • The benefits and limitations of stable versus dynamic talent profiles.  
  • How a more agile approach to identification and development of talent enables teams to optimally prepare for uncertain futures.  

Featured presenters:

Sarah McLellan, Director, European Professional Services

Sarah is a business psychologist who spends her days seeking to understand and optimize the power of people to help individuals and organizations flourish. As Director of European Professional Services at SHL, she’s responsible for an international team who design talent solutions to help solve business challenges for hundreds of companies around the world. Sarah has been partnering with organizations for over 15 years, consulting across talent acquisition and talent management. She is passionate about optimizing the role people science can play in shaping the future of work.

Brandon Pleaner, Talent Management Solutions Leader

Brandon is an highly experienced psychologist in the management of professional teams, human capital analytics, human capital strategy development, competency design, psychometrics across the employee lifecycle, assessment and development centres for both selection and development, employee wellness, organisational development, recruitment and selection, leadership development, talent management, and career guidance.

Zani Mashinini, Independent Human Resources Professional

Zani Mashinini has 20 years Human Resources experience working in various industries, HR roles and countries both within and out of Africa. Her focus has largely been partnering with senior business leaders on human capital as an HR Executive. She has also headed up departments focusing on centres of expertise in areas such as Talent Management, Learning and Development, HR Analytics, Talent Acquisition. Zani is currently completing a Masters in Management and Business Executive Coaching with The Wits Business School in South Africa. She holds an Honours in Industrial Psychology through Rhodes University in South Africa and a post graduate qualification in Global Human Resources with The University of Liverpool in the United Kingdom. She is also a business coach to senior professionals and a mentor to HR professionals across various industries and countries.

Moderated by:

Yessi Bello Perez, Editor, UNLEASH

A seasoned technology and business journalist, Yessi is a sought after moderator and event host. With a background in multimedia journalism, Yessi’s work has been featured in publications including the Financial Times, TNW, UKTN, CoinDesk, and the Evening Standard.

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