Thursday, January 25, 2018 at REGISTER: https://www.getbridge.com/webinars/new-talent-relationship
Starts at 12:00 PM · Ends at 1:00 PM, MST (America/Phoenix)
As employees continue to demonstrate low levels of engagement, organizations are increasingly asking themselves what they need to do differently to improve the talent experience. Bersin research shows that organizations with superior business, talent, and financial outcomes are not just making incremental changes to the talent experience, but are instead fundamentally rethinking it, focusing on creating a “systemic relationship with talent.” The end goal of this new approach is to create a talent experience for employees that makes them feel heard, valued, and supported throughout their employee lifecycle.
In this webcast, David Mallon, Vice President & Analyst-at-Large, Bersin™, Deloitte Consulting LLP, will share:
- Demonstrated benefits of creating this new talent relationship
- Three areas organizations should focus on to create this new talent relationship as well as specific action steps to get started
- The potential implications of this new approach on how organizations assess employee engagement and act upon it
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- David Mallon
Vice President & Analyst-at-large at Bersin by DeloitteDavid Mallon is Bersin’s chief storyteller. He engages directly with Bersin members and the market to bring the best of our insights to life. As a ten year veteran with the organization, and the leader of Bersin’s Research team for six years, David is one of Bersin’s most knowledgeable thought leaders in all areas of HR, talent, learning, and leadership. As a pivotal force behind Bersin’s maturity research for the past decade, he brings a brings a unique, integrated perspective to helping organizations solve their most vexing workforce challenges – wisely and with systematic purpose. He is the former steward for the Learning and Development research practice and was the originator of our work in continuous learning and learning cultures. He has been integral to Bersin’s thought leadership related to employee experience and productivity; organization design and culture; HR, learning, & talent strategy; and the evolution of the operating models, key roles, & related capabilities of these functions. Before joining Bersin, David led the consulting practice for a major LMS provider. Prior to that, he held learning and organization development-related positions with EarthLink, where he was responsible for overall learning strategy for its global call center organization. He holds a B.A. in English Literature from Emory University and an M.S. in Digital Media from the Georgia Institute of Technology with focuses on computer-aided distance learning and on storytelling in digital environments.