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Big in 2016: The Trends on Our Radar

Wednesday, December 7, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Annabelle Reitman; Arthur H. Mazor; and Jon Wolper, Writer-Editor, ATD

The world of talent development—and the world at large—is changing quickly, and in ways that are shifting paradigms. In 2016, a few exciting new ideas entered the conversation, while a few others seemed to be on the verge of undergoing big changes. And they’re not all focused around technological advancements. Organizations are beginning to look at the latter half of diversity and inclusion, hoping to figure out how to create a more inclusive working environment, while dealing with their inherent unconscious biases. Meanwhile, the practice of design thinking has started to become popular, and companies are seriously looking at the usefulness of their annual performance reviews.

In this webcast, you’ll learn about:
• the four trends that have risen to prominence in 2016
• how you and your organization can adapt to these changes
• where these trends will take the industry in the next year and beyond.
 

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Presenters

Annabelle Reitman
Annabelle Reitman

Annabelle Reitman, a career management strategist with extensive years of experience in career coaching and development, works with people in work or career transitions as well as in resume development, targeting clients’ professional stories. Annabelle is an established writer and author in the career and talent management arenas. Her most recent book is co-authoring Creating a Mentoring Program: Mentoring Partnerships Across the Generations. She writes blog posts on diversity and inclusion and unconscious bias for ATD’s Human Capital Blog and for LinkedIn’s Pulse.

For the ASTD Handbook, Annabelle contributed a chapter on the talent development profession. From 2009 to 2015, she wrote the Career Pathways Column for The Transition Network, an association for professional women over 50. She has an EdD in higher education administration from Teachers College, Columbia University.
 


Arthur H. Mazor
Arthur H. Mazor

Art is Deloitte’s global leader for HR service delivery and thought leader in HR transformation strategy. He collaborates with global clients to achieve business impact with a focus on transforming human capital strategies, programs, and services. With a balance of strategic planning, operating model and organization design, process transformation, technology deployment, governance, and change management, Art helps generate tangible results through innovative and pragmatic solutions.


Jon Wolper

Writer-Editor, ATD

Jon Wolper is a writer-editor with the Association for Talent Development.


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