Thousands of books, articles and research papers have been written about how to identify and develop high-potential employees. Considering this weight of material, there are as many ideas on how and what to do as there are HR leaders in organisations.
This Personnel Today webinar, brought to you in association with Halogen Software, welcomes Henryk Krajewski, a recognised leader in talent assessment and development, who shares a unifying view of what matters most in selecting and keeping the best talent.
Engaging and retaining high-potential employees
Dr Krajewski will distinguish what matters from what does not, dispel popular myths about talent, and help you focus in on winning strategies that will help you attract and retain “differentiated” talent.
Watch this webinar to learn how to:
- use compelling “business-language” conversations about the importance of top talent;
- find out assessment methods and tests that are research-supported, and analyse those that are not;
- discover what empirical research says about the factors proven to attract high-potentials;
- gain knowledge and familiarity with age-old psychological data that is repeatedly “recycled” in popular books on engagement; and
- learn how to use technology to make all of this easier!
About our speakers
Personnel Today editor Rob Moss is joined by two speakers:
Dr Henryk Krajewski is president of the Anderson Leadership Group. He works as a consultant, adviser and leadership coach to senior teams and CEOs around the world. He helps his clients build market value by focusing on intangibles like leadership team effectiveness, decision-making, risk management, culture, and aligning strategy and talent management systems. Henryk holds a PhD in organisational psychology from the University of Western Ontario.
Connie Costigan is director of marketing communications for Halogen. For the past seven years, she has worked closely with smart thinkers in human resources to share the latest thinking in talent management and how Halogen solutions support these best practices.
This webinar was originally broadcast on Wednesday 23 September 2015, 2:00pm BST