Cezanne Software sponsors Talent Management Conference 10th & 11th November, Royal Garden Hotel, London

Cezanne Software, the UK’s leading provider of global talent and succession management software is sponsoring “Talent 2010: The davos of talent management – from potential to performance”, which will take place at the Royal Garden Hotel, London.

Nick Tyrrell the founder of Osney Media, the organizers of Talent 2010 explains:

“Talent 2010 is designed for the elite of talent management, and includes well respected, very knowledgeable speakers and delegates who share a common goal of making sure that talent management is at the forefront of their organisations’ people initiatives. From past experience, we know we will get a great turn out of senior HR professionals who will make Talent 2010 a very valuable event, with plenty of discussion, debate and, of course, by the end of the conference, some great talent solutions.”

The main theme for Talent 2010 is ‘from potential to performance’ and will draw on practical experiences from this year’s speakers, who include talent management leaders in companies such as RBS, Barclays, T-Mobile, GlaxoSmithKline, The Hertz Company, Standard Charter, Aviva, Pfizer and Punch Taverns. The sessions are all interactive, giving delegates the opportunity to explore the assumptions underpinning their companies’ own talent management practices and to generate new, creative solutions around talent management issues they may face.

Julie Windsor, Director of Cezanne UK and Benelux, comments: “As a previous sponsor and attendee of Osney Media’s talent management events, I know just how useful these conferences are. It’s the perfect opportunity for those involved in leadership development and talent management to share ideas and network with other experts in this field.”


She continues: “As a vendor of global solutions for succession planning and talent management, events like these help us to keep in touch with current best practice in HR management and provide valuable insight into future priorities. Few companies today would think to roll out talent management initiatives without the support of HR software systems like our own. It’s important that we continue to evolve and improve our talent software solutions in line with changing business priorities, so that they carry on offering the best possible support for a broad range of talent management initiatives – such as leadership development and succession planning or company-wide competency or performance management.”


“I will be attending this year’s Talent 2010 and am really excited about the agenda and the round table discussions. I know that it promises to be a great event, with some great speakers and delegates. It will be like the who’s who of the talent management world.”


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