On September 29, 2022, CTDO Next members discussed the talent ecosystem, including the critical components and attributes that should be a part of it in the future.
On July 28, 2022, CTDO Next members discussed the talent ecosystem, including what is missing now and the critical components of the new ecosystem.
On January 25, 2022, CTDO Next members reached consensus about their 2022 working agenda. Then, they wrapped up discussion about their position on futureskilling. Finally, they revisited the big ideas they would like to tackle in 2022, including intentional management, driving innovation, and the learning ecosystem.
As Vice President of Talent Development at Penske Transportation Solutions, Laura Heaton shares how she takes a systemic business approach to talent development by hiring and training for a breadth of expertise across various organizational development capabilities.
Succession planning is an important aspect of companies being prepared for the future. With the increase in workers leaving companies to pursue other ventures or interests, it's no surprise that more and more employers are making succession planning a vital component of their recruitment and retention process. The upheaval in the labor market has underscored the importance of having a plan in place to ensure business continuity when staff depart. For its report, Succession Planning: Preparing Organizations for the Future, the Association for Talent Development...
Vice President of Talent Development Laura Heaton and her team are ensuring Penske staff have the skills they need to drive the business forward. Penske Transportation Solutions prides itself on being a company that "moves the things that move the world forward." It is recognized for its bright yellow trucks that crisscross US interstates. The transportation services company also has subsidiaries operating in a variety of industry segments, including retail automotive, truck leasing, transportation logistics, and professional motorsports. But that tagline doesn't...
On November 8, 2021, CTDO Next members honed their position on reskilling and upskilling. Then, they chose which new topic they will explore in the coming months: The role of TD is to be enablers of disruption and stewards of innovation.
As Vice President of Talent Development at the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, John P. Wiltshire shares how his team enables just-in-time learning at the point of need; describes LLS's new transformational leadership program; and explains his personal leadership philosophy.
TD executive John P. Wiltshire shares that growth may mean stepping back or to the side. But John P. Wiltshire, vice president of talent development at the Leukemia Lymphoma Society, says its a common refrain President and CEO Louis J. DeGennaro says to LLS leaders.
Companies should do more to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion in hiring and in the workplace. Diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging has become a priority for organizational leaders in recent years.
Listen to two executives perspectives on ways to support and hold onto employees. CTDO recently spoke with two talent management experts about ways employers can leverage talent development to address the Great Resignation and what they can do to prevent knowledge loss when retention isnt possible.
Heres why we need human capital metrics and reporting in company disclosures. We are in a human crisis.
Target talent needs and business practices to improve supply chain shortfalls. When we think of supply chain issues, we often think of empty grocery store shelves or ports filled with ships waiting to be unloaded.
Black Knight developed learning paths that connect learning and career goals, preparing employees for high-demand roles. Designed to engage learners and build their professional and technical skills, Black Knights custom learning journeys offer employees a structured learning path toward a specific goal while also guiding them in reaching their long-term career aspirations.
At Chevron, Stacy Eng and her team look beyond the surface for the bigger purpose and needs for training solutions to meet business goals. We cant start out thinking training is the solution. Its only a means to an end, says Stacy Eng, chief learning and talent officer at Chevron.
The time-honored tradition of defining career development exclusively in terms of promotions, moves, and title changes is dead. The good news is that career development is so much more than promotions alone, and managers are in a powerful position to redefine career development and create positive results for their employees and their organizations in this area.
Make DEI Training Foundational in Your Organization When done well, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) training creates space for courageous conversations that acknowledge hard truths around systemic inequities and explores topics that touch on peoples vulnerabilities in all facets of their lives. Expert facilitator Maria Morukian provides the guidance you need to develop the knowledge and skills required for DEI training.
Strong partnerships and collaboration are at the heart of talent development for CLO Kevin Preston and his team. Nearly everyone has been feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. For nearly two years, it's changed where, when, and how people work. Arguably, those working in healthcare have significantly felt the impact. "Everything has been focused on COVID-19," says Kevin Preston, chief learning officer at Presbyterian Healthcare Services. "It is the one thing that everyone has been working on. There has been a moment of solidarity." But with that has come...
With a transformational mindset, leaders can overcome challenges and maximize opportunities for their in-person and remote workforce. "Can you all hear me? I've been trying to make a point for the past 15 minutes." Remember a mostly full conference room with a voice crackling though the speakerphone? Chances are your organization dabbled in hybrid (in-person and remote) work long before the pandemic turned it into a buzzword. While that may seem a lifetime ago, the pandemic fast-tracked remote and hybrid work, giving us shared experiences in adaptation and...
With a mandate to differentiate itself from competitors, Grant Thornton LLP primed future leaders to take charge. What's a firm to do to support and reinforce a culture shift and build a pipeline of future leaders? That's a question senior leaders at Grant Thornton LLP, the US firm of the global professional services firm Grant Thornton International, needed to address. It began in 2015 when the then CEO set clear business goals for a firmwide culture shift, including increasing client quality and satisfaction; enhancing brand reputation; and improving employee...