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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Sep 10, 2013-
Sep 10, 2013
05:30PM - 07:30PM
Managing Talent for Organizational Success- HR Business Partner Series
Learn to use metrics to measure financial payback from 3 aspects of your talent management plan: onboarding, employee engagement & talent retention.
Sonoma,
Redwood Credit Union, 3033 Cleveland Avenue, Sta R
Event Description

 1.5 General Recertification Credits

 
How do you develop an integrated talent management plan for your company and measure the financial impact? Discover how to translate your organization's business plan into a talent management strategy that includes phases across the employee lifecycle. Plus, learn how to use metrics to measure the financial payback from three aspects of your talent management plan: onboarding, employee engagement and talent retention.
 
About the Presenter
Desiree Nielson, Director of Talent and Organizational Development at NorthBay Healthcare. Her background includes management, coaching and consulting and is frequently recognzed for facilitation expertise and ability to stay remarkably neutral in conflict. Her specialties include large scale HR program implementation including change management, reframing difficult/conflict situations for permanent resolve and implementing and measuring performance based solutions that maximize performance outcomes
Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Denise Granados     Email: dgranados@nchra.org
Phone: 415-291-1992

 

      

 

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