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Talent Development’s Role in Organizational Culture Transformation

Friday, June 12, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Kimberly Currier, Senior Director of Talent Management, AECOM; Regina Hartley, Vice President, Global Talent Management, UPS; Tal Moore, Chief Organizational Development Officer, Kalispel Tribe of Indians; and John Cone', Principal, the 11th Hour Group

What is talent development's role in organizational culture? During this ATD member-only session, executive panelists will describe how the TD function must lead culture development and transformation by becoming nurturers of the culture, enabling communication about it, and helping leaders understand how to be effective in their role as culture owners.

Attendees will learn next steps through a culture transformation roadmap, which includes the following components:

  • The culture you have: Define where you are today.
  • Your aspirations: Define your culture purpose.
  • Driving forces: What preliminary considerations must be addressed before diving into culture work?
  • Enabling behaviors: What behaviors sustain or advance culture, and how do organizations develop them?
  • Measures: How do organizations assess culture and the progress made to preserve or shape it?
  • Curation: What is the strategy for culture maintenance and growth?

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Presenters

Kimberly Currier
Kimberly Currier

Senior Director of Talent Management, AECOM

Kimberly Currier joined North Highland in May of 2017 as Vice President of Talent Management and was promoted to Senior Vice President, People in April 2018. Prior to joining North Highland, Ms. Currier served as a Global Learning Leader for Kimberly-Clark Corporation for 2.5 years and was Vice President for Talent Development with the American Cancer Society (ACS) in her last five years of a 19-year career at ACS.

Ms. Currier received a BA in Communication Studies from Furman University and is an active speaker and contributor to the global talent strategies community. With more than 20 years of experience leading award-winning talent strategy and development teams, she brings deep expertise in talent management, business integration, and HR transformation. At North Highland, Ms. Currier leads the people strategy team including talent management, inclusion, engagement and culture, HR operations and business alignment, learning, and total rewards. She makes her mark at North Highland through the passion and energy that celebrates people and teams, enables career choice, drives positive experience, and unleashes potential through talent and human resource strategy and practice.

Kimberly is a member of ATD's Chief Talent Development Officer (CTDO) Next network.


Regina Hartley
Regina Hartley

Vice President, Global Talent Management, UPS

As the UPS Vice President of Global Talent Management, Regina is an accomplished HR professional with experience in talent acquisition, succession planning, learning and development, organizational design, employee relations, communications, total rewards, and organizational transformation. Throughout her career Regina has seen how, given the opportunity, people with passion and purpose will astound you. Her TED talk, “Why the best hire might not have the perfect resume,” has been viewed more than 3.5 million times and has started a global conversation about the merits of hiring “scrappers”-- people who have overcome adversity.

A strong evangelist for giving back and “paying it forward,” Regina is chairperson of the Board of Trustees of the Independent College Fund of New Jersey, a trustee of the Ramsey, NJ Public Education Foundation, and a member of the United Way of Bergen County’s Women United in Philanthropy giving circle.

Regina is a member of ATD's Chief Talent Development Officer (CTDO) Next network.


Tal Moore
Tal Moore

Chief Organizational Development Officer, Kalispel Tribe of Indians

For nearly 30 years, Tal has been a skilled facilitator and consultant specializing in organizational development and human resource management, over 25 of those years focused in hospitality and healthcare across Indian Country. Tal is the Director of the National Native American Human Resource Association (NNAHRA) after serving as its elected president for more than six years. He provides his expertise to tribal governments and their enterprises in advancing OD/HR for sovereign nations.

Additionally, Tal serves the Kalispel Tribe of Indians as their Chief Organizational Development Officer. In this role, he directly supports a team of 2100 team members in government, gaming, resort, food and beverages, and many ancillary enterprises.

Tal earned his Bachelor’s in Hospitality Management and Master of Arts in Organizational Development. He served the academic world as an Assistant Professor of Family and Consumer Sciences and Director of the Hospitality Institute, University of Central Missouri.

Tal is a member of ATD's Chief Talent Development Officer (CTDO) Next network.


John Cone'
John Cone'

Principal, the 11th Hour Group

John Coné has worked in talent development for more than 40 years. In that time, he’s served as a CLO, a VP of HR, on the boards of non-profit and for-profit learning companies and organizations, including ATD, and as a consultant and advisor to CLOs at more than a dozen major companies and to the federal government. He writes and speaks on issues of talent development, with emphasis on strategy, the implications of technology, and the future of learning. He chairs the Chief Learning & Talent Officers Board for the Institute for Corporate Productivity.

John serves as Catalyst of CTDO Next, and in this role he facilitates a think tank approach to the network’s applied thought leadership.


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