Sunday, February 24, 2008

CLO Webinar: Competencies: Gateway to Integrated Talent Management

Competencies: Gateway to Integrated Talent Management
Thursday, February 7, 2008
*Note: Online-only event

Download Materials
Webinar Slideshow
Hear Webinar Recording

sponsored by
TEDS Inc.

Thursday, February 7, 2008
11 am Pacific/2 pm Eastern

Competencies play a significant and foundational role for all aspects of talent management. In fact, Bersin & Associates research shows that the identification and implementation of key competencies deliver the highest levels of business value. In this complimentary Chief Learning Officer magazine Webinar, sponsored by TEDS, Kim Lamoureux of Bersin & Associates will explore the role competencies have in recruiting, performance management, succession planning and learning and development. She will define the different types of competencies, discuss how each type is used and address the key aspects for selecting and defining those most important to your organization. Lamoureux will present best practices for efficient and practical implementation of competency initiatives and review detailed research findings that demonstrate how competency processes can improve business performance.
Kim Lamoureux

Kim Lamoureux
Senior Analyst, Leadership Development
Bersin & Associates

Bersin & Associates

Kim Lamoureux is a senior analyst at Bersin & Associates and directs the company’s research in management and leadership development. She has more than a decade of experience in human resources and talent management, which includes managing worldwide leadership programs, executive education and leading cross-functional teams. Lamoureux's functional areas of expertise include senior leadership training, career development, 360-degree feedback, performance management, succession planning and business process improvement. Prior to joining Bersin & Associates, Lamoureux held several training and development management positions at Textron Inc., a global multi-industry manufacturer and service provider. She was a primary contributor in establishing Textron’s corporate university and defining a training administration outsourcing solution. Lamoureux holds a bachelor's degree in human resource management from Rhode Island College and is an active member of the American Society for Training and Development.

http://www.clomedia.com/events//2008/January/165/index.php

1 comment:

Tenos said...

This comment has been removed because it linked to malicious content. Learn more.

MIT

MIT
Open Courseware

Search This Blog