March 18 - 20, 2018 | Wyndham Orlando Resort International Drive, Orlando, FL

Christine Troianello

VP of Talent Development
Prudential Financial Inc

Christine Troianello leads the Talent Development and Learning function for Prudential’s Law, Compliance, Business Ethics and External Affairs division. In this role she is responsible for leading change, leadership and professional development, diversity and inclusion education, internship and rotational programs, employee learning, organizational development and learning culture initiatives.

Prior to joining Prudential Christine held global managerial and leadership roles in learning and organizational development at AT&T, Alcatel-Lucent, Avaya and Research In Motion where she was responsible for learning transformation, global talent development, organization development, global training development, delivery management and technical writing and translations operations. Christine holds her MA in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, a BA in French and German and a certificate in Marketing and Business. She is an adjunct faculty member and mentor at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey, has worked as an executive coach and consultant and has been a facilitator in women’s leadership development programs. She is a contributing author in, “How Women are Transforming Leadership,” a leadership book by Mary Lou Dècosterd. She is also a member and Past President of the Board of Directors and Executive Advisory Committee of the Northern New Jersey ATD (Association for Talent Development).



4:10 PM Championing a Diverse High-Potential Population to Foster a Leadership Pipeline

The challenges are well known: businesses continue to face a huge gap for diverse senior-leadership positions. We see fewer women, and people of color, at each step along the path to the C-suite. The barriers are increasingly well-known too: a mix of cultural factors, ingrained mind-sets, and outdated behavior, as well as a lack of an effective framework to tackle the challenge.

This session will explore a grass-roots approach to broaden the access to development for diverse leadership. Join the Prudential and Perry Ellis Talent Development leaders as they share an innovative approaches to:

•Tapping into a broader range of women leaders than what is readily available in the linear talent pool
•Working with the community at large to explore unique opportunities for local diverse talent
•Moving the needle from mentoring to sponsoring, encouraging other leaders to take ownership of the development at different levels, such as directors, and managers.

 



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