Learn how to avoid costly mistakes in talent management
Michael Lewis’ 2003 book Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game, examines how a professional sports team used empirical talent analytics to devise a reliable way to predict potential, and assemble a competitive team despite financial constraints. ‘Moneyball’ is a lesson in strategic talent management to which all businesses should pay attention. Data Analytics and Data Science can help you make smarter, faster, more predictive decisions about workforce talent. As the war for talent intensifies, attracting, retaining and developing talent is more critical than ever.
SEEC and IEDP are partnering to host Andrew Levison, facilitator at the Schulich Executive Education Centre and a leader in the industry – for a webinar on Tuesday, Nov. 17, that will show how to avoid costly mistakes in talent management, get a better return on development (ROD), and how to develop a strong and reliable workforce that delivers great products and services to your customers.
The session will be held simultaneously in Canada, North America, Europe and the UK, starting at 10am Eastern time.
In this webinar senior executives and others will:
- Explore a 4-Dimensional model for understanding what great talent looks like
- Understand what research has taught us about understanding and managing potential
- Learn how to segment your development spend to better serve your employees
- Find out how to engage your employees by more effectively nurturing what they bring to your organization
About the Speaker
Andrew Levison has been a senior facilitator at the Schulich Executive Education Centre for more than 12 years teaching clients about Leadership and Talent Management. He is the founder and president of a Toronto-based management consulting firm that specializes in talent assessment, identification and development. Andrew works globally across all industries in the private and public sectors helping his clients unleash their inherent potential for success. He is also an expert public speaker, executive coach, and facilitator.