Michael Dorsey ensures that every Department of Human Services employee has the training they need to serve Maryland residents. It also provides preventive services that work to protect children and adults in each of Marylands 23 counties and Baltimore City.
The fast-casual restaurant infuses this mission in everything it does, and that is a driving element of its talent development initiatives. It really does capture what we stand for, which is this whole food culture and movement that Steve Ells, our founder, created, says Chief People Officer Marissa Andrada.
Chief Learning Officer Michael Molinaro is ensuring New York Life employees have easy access to intuitive learning options. That principle has been a driving force behind the work of Michael Molinaro, chief learning officer for New York Life, the largest mutual life insurance company in the United States, according to Fortune.
Liz Janssen is focused on ensuring ICF employees have the skills and mentoring to support the companys innovation and growth. Many of the people who work at ICF are very passionate about their field and committed to having an impact, says Liz Janssen, vice president of learning, talent development, and change management at ICF.
Director of Talent Management Mary McNevin helps U.S. Venture prepare future leaders while broadening its talent acquisition scope. As director of talent management, McNevin oversees talent acquisition, performance management, talent development, and succession planning and preparation for U.S. Ventures 1,800 employees across the United States.
American Express has entered a new seasonone of fresh leadership and growth. After 17 years at the helm, he retired in early 2018, and Stephen Squeri, the companys then vice chairman, took over.
Chief Talent Officer Michael Arena is helping build adaptability into General Motors workforce. Once the largest automotive manufacturer in the world, it was no longer making a profit as of 2005.
Hilti stands on a leadership model of developing people and achieving outstanding results. He is the head of people and culture development for Hilti, a multinational company that develops, manufactures, and markets products, systems, software, and services that serve the construction and energy sectors.
Chief People and Learning Officer Suffolk As the chief people and learning officer at Suffolk, Dave DeFilippo leads all aspects of the construction management firms human resource, talent, leadership, and organizational development strategy. We have a People and Culture approach, which is our human capital practice, to talent development that includes strategy, structure, systems and processes, and outcome.
Dave DeFilippo is fighting the war for talent in the construction industry. If you can confidently run a six-minute mile, but you want to run a five-minute mile, how do you do that?
Video gaming and talent development take off in tandem. Today, as vice president of learning, engagement, and performance for the global video game company, Malik oversees a broad cluster of learning and development roles, from talent development to diversity and inclusion.
We dont have a formal definition of talent development, but we have a mission statement for HR and learning and development, which we developed as a team: Mirroring the high standard of luxury embraced by our company, we seek to hire, engage, train, and retain the best employees, providing them with luxury services through a full array of excellent benefits and professional development opportunities. Our part of the mission is to provide associates with professional development opportunities, which may include formal training, stretch assignments, mentoring...
Use boot camps and apprenticeships to address skills gaps. Likewise, research from HR consultancy Randstad Sourceright finds that companies expect to hire extensively in the coming year41 percent will add workers, compared with 32 percent in 2016.
Rob Lauber is chief learning officer at McDonalds, where he oversees a staff of 250 people across North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. How do you define talent development at McDonalds?
The argument: Employees, not employers, should take responsibility for career development. But if employees likely wont remain with one company throughout their entire careers, and given the evolving work dynamics in place, its to employees advantage to take professional development into their own hands, to achieve their personal goals.
Deloitte University (DU) has become the cultural, learning, and engagement hub of Deloitte. In fact, the sheer magnitude of its creation forced the organization to examine and refine every detail of its talent development strategy.Join ATD for an in-depth look at talent development at Deloitte.
Shifting demographics, globalization, tech advancements, and an accelerated pace of innovation are just a few factors disrupting jobs and labor markets. In fact, two-thirds of employers in emerging markets find it difficult to attract employees with critical skills, and 77 percent struggle to attract high potentials, according to the 2016 Global Workforce Study from Willis Towers Watson.
Talent development is an accelerator for the transition to the new IBM. IBM is a model of how to ride the waves of change in technology.
The Talent Development Executive Confidence Index (TDXCI), formerly the Learning Executive Confidence Index (LXCI), is a quarterly assessment of talent development executives short-term expectations for the health of the talent development function in organizations. Although the executives participating in this survey may have titles such as chief talent development officer, chief learning officer, or director of learning and development, all these individuals are leaders in the field of talent development.
Despite the obvious benefits, only 31 percent of organizations have well-developed learning cultures, according to Building a Culture of Learning: The Foundation of a Successful Organization, a new report from ATD Research and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp). To find out how organizations define a learning culture, ATD Research and i4cp surveyed 832 talent development leaders from around the world.