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High Potentials Are Still Your Best Bet

Thursday, September 12, 2013 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Tammy Heermann, Principal, Global Leadership Programs, Knightsbridge and Kim Rogers, Knightsbridge

In a resource-constrained world, many organizations are betting their chips on HiPos. CEOs, and increasingly Boards, are putting more pressure on having a strong bench of talent at all levels of leadership.  The development and retention of HiPos is a key strategic imperative.

Hear about details from a study (T&D, February 2013) that identifies key elements of world-class HiPo development programs. The surprising research results highlight where organizations have been missing the mark both by investing in ineffective activities and failing to invest in those that reap the most benefits.

In this webcast you will hear insights from the research and real-life examples from organizations that are targeting their investment wisely and reaping the rewards.

Join us to walk away with:

  • 5 key strategies that can significantly increase the return on HiPo investment
  • An assessment to determine whether your organization is ready to implement next practice strategies
  • Program elements deemed world-class both by organizations and HiPos themselves
  • 6 lessons learned from Chief Talent Officers that your programs must address and get right - from the age-old question of 'to tell or not to tell' a HiPo they are a HiPo - to how to best leverage and not threaten a HiPo's manager.

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Tammy Heermann
Tammy Heermann

Principal, Global Leadership Programs, Knightsbridge

Tammy Heermann is a Principal, Global Leadership Development with Knightsbridge Leadership Solutions in Toronto.

Tammy’s focus is on building leadership capacity in organizations through the design of leadership strategy, competencies, curriculum, and leadership learning programs. She has designed and facilitated award winning learning programs for global audiences. Tammy also works with executive and functional teams in the areas of strategy facilitation and team effectiveness. Prior to Knightsbridge, she held positions as European HR Manager and Head of Global Learning & Development.

Tammy has worked with organizations in a variety of sectors — including financial services, health care, pharmaceutical, consumer goods, high tech, and government.

A dynamic presenter, Tammy has been called upon to speak regarding progressive HR policies and culture with the Discovery Channel, CBC Radio, The Globe & Mail, and the Sun.

Tammy is a graduate of the London School of Economics with a Masters of Science degree in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations. She holds an Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree with a double major in Marketing and Human Resources from the University of Saskatchewan.
 


Kim Rogers
Kim Rogers

Knightsbridge

Kim Rogers is a Senior Consultant with Knightsbridge in Ottawa.

Prior to joining Knightsbridge, Kim worked as a senior consultant at a boutique leadership development firm in Toronto. During this time, she assessed, coached and consulted at the executive and director levels across many business sectors both in Canada and the US. Prior to that role, she was a change management consultant in the Energy sector where she gained valuable corporate experience and perspective. Kim has also had the exciting opportunity to work at the International Labour Organization (ILO), a specialized agency of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, where she co-authored a book on workplace violence.

Kim's focus is on helping maximize individual, team and organizational performance. She is a trained assessor and certified coach who takes great pride in working with senior leaders as they strive for their professional and personal goals. She has had the privilege of working with numerous organizations to develop succession planning and leadership development initiatives aimed at building the leadership capacity needed to realize the organization's strategic goals.

Kim has worked with organizations in a variety of sectors including financial services, educational, telecommunications, professional services, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, publishing and government.

A sought-after presenter, Kim has spoken to members of the College Committee on Human Resource Development and various provincial ministries, universities and Crown Corporations on talent management, succession planning and developing leaders for the future.


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