October ATD Dinner Meeting: Building an Integrated Talent Management Approach

  • 21 Oct 2015
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Hilton Garden Inn, 7301 Waverly Street, Bethesda, MD 20814
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Building an Integrated Talent Management Approach

Talent is the competitive advantage for any company, organization or government entity.  Recent research all points to talent management strategies that focus on execution, alignment, and results. In the talent development profession, we have long understood that talent management starts with selecting the right people for the culture and then developing them to meet the current and future needs of the organization. The problem is how to build an integrated approach that makes sense for the business or organization.  In “Building an Integrated Talent Management Approach”, we will explore the key strategies to build a customized approach for your organization. In addition, we will focus on how to attract, develop and retain people in a competitive environment.  Through discussion, we will learn what the Chapter membership is doing to align with their organization’s strategy, develop their leadership and prepare their people for the next set of challenges. 

Caroline Hanover is principal of Talent Results, LLC, a consulting firm specializing in leadership and talent management solutions.  Her experience spans 25 years with 16 years at Human Genome Sciences, Inc. (HGS) where she designed and implemented the leadership and organization development strategy for the company.  Her core experience is in organization development, executive coaching, and leadership development.

As a life-long learner, Caroline understands how individual change can be a catalyst for both personal and professional growth.  Because leaders play such an important role in guiding both the business and people, Caroline believes passionately in developing this awareness for managers and leaders at all levels. 

Her current clients include government contractors, a Fortune 500 company, non-profit associations and small biotechs.  Her focus with these clients is to help them build their leadership capabilities through coaching and team development. Caroline enjoys helping clients gain insight into their strengths and development areas which leads to change. As a system’s thinker, she is able to help leaders understand the context in which they operate, their impact on the business, and how to lead people to meet goals.  As leadership changes, Caroline helps her clients understand the positive impact on organizational culture and growth. 

Caroline holds a graduate certificate from Georgetown University as a certified leadership coach, credentials from the International Coaching Federation (ACC), and a M.S. from the Johns Hopkins University in Applied Behavioral Science (Organization Development).        

Dinner will be served.  Contact admin@dcatd.org for questions.

Thank you to our October sponsor!

 

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