TLNT Webinar

Putting People First: How to Create an Employee-Centric Talent Development Strategy

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What people competencies does your organization need in order to thrive? What are the skill gaps you need to address? What framework for promotions and advancement will work best for your company?

These are just some of the typical questions many employers ask when they start to create a talent development strategy. They’re also the wrong questions to ask — at least at first. That’s because they place the company at the heart of the strategy. But a far better approach is to begin by putting your people at the center of your efforts.

That’s exactly what Nikki Cannon recently did at her organization. Nikki rewrote the unwritten rules of talent development by truly listening to employees. Join her as she reveals the steps she took to build an employee-centric approach to growing people at her company. You’ll learn how to:

  • Tap into individuals’ stories, ideas, and emotions to help them succeed.

  • Partner with senior leadership by building authentic connections

  • Design virtual sessions for employees to discuss their needs

  • Gain valuable insights that go beyond what you’d get from engagement surveys

  • Break down silos between L&D, D&I, and employee engagement functions

This is an ideal opportunity to find out how you can mesh talent development and engagement to design a more effective, efficient, and impactful strategy to grow your people — and by extension, your company.

Register for free to reserve your seat now. Can’t attend? No problem! Register for the webinar, and you’ll receive a link to view the video recording the next day. Everyone who attends the live broadcast will receive HRCI and SHRM credits.

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Presented by:

Nikki Cannon

Nikki specializes in strategic leadership, engagement, team development, diversity and inclusion and enhancing performance and relationships at work. Her passions include helping teams and leaders discover the best versions of themselves in order to build engagement and drive business results. Guided by cutting-edge research on adult learning principles and positive psychology, her approach is always to engage the learner through meaningful activities and inspirational breakthroughs. She has an M.A. in Positive Organizational Psychology from Claremont Graduate University and extensive experience in the Fortune 500 retail, luxury retail and healthcare sectors in New York City.