Chief Talent Officer, VP Talent Solutions
According to top consulting firms, high potential employees bring approximately 90% more value than non-HIPOs and exert much more effort to excel in their roles, than their peers. They are proven to help drive efficiency and productivity throughout the organization. Yet, most organizations either don’t have efficient HIPO programs in place, or are failing to implement and reap results from those due to a mismatch between identified potential and actual performance.
This session will discuss essential components for a successful HIPO program, including:
•Benchmarking: how does your organization fare in comparison to other HIPO talent pools?
•Implementing the right assessments and development strategies to close the gap between potential and actual performance: pitfalls to avoid, and what to pay attention to
•Promoting HIPO engagement and retention with multiple career paths and transparency
•Learning through Experience and other methods
11:00 AM Join our Keynote Speakers as They Take Questions from the Audience on their Presentation Topic
Fernando Sanchez-Arias, Chief People Officer – The Home Depot Global Custom Commerce
Reimagining Talent Management to Drive Business Performance and Evolve the Enterprise: An Agile Workforce
Anne Monahan, Chief Talent Officer – BAE Systems
Revamping your HIPO Programs: Pitfalls to Avoid and Essentials of Success
Sebastien Girard, Chief Workforce Officer – Parkland Health & Hospital System
Data Analytics and Strategic Workforce Planning: Understanding Upcoming Disrupters and Technologies to Solidify Talent Management Operations