Talent Management: The Director's Role
All board members want their organizations to build shareholder value, craft killer competitive strategies, develop outstanding products, and implement world class processes. But driving the organization forward depends on people. Directors need to be confident that the right people – and not just the CEO -- are sourced, assessed, placed, developed, motivated, evaluated, compensated, and advanced. How this is best done depends on factors unique to the organization: culture, stage of development, existing bench strength, and most critical needs at the moment.
This program will help Director’s understand what top companies are doing to make Talent Management work as a strategic competitive advantage, assess if their own organizations are measuring up to best practices, and to serve as a catalyst for meaningful change.
Location and Time
Top of the Tower
1717 Arch Street, 50th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103
7:30 – 8:00 AM Breakfast
8:00 – 9:00 AM Program and Q&A
Kristen ChangWith more than 15 years of experience in executive search and corporate talent acquisition, Kristen manages the human capital strategy and talent network for LLR Partners and collaborates with LLR’s portfolio companies on leadership hiring and human capital initiatives. Kristen’s extensive background includes managing executive level searches for public, private and start-up businesses, including creation of search strategies, assessment of talent and relationship management. Before joining LLR, Kristen served as Senior Director of Talent Acquisition at Aramark Corporation where she managed the strategy for corporate and executive hiring. Previously, Kristen worked with at Heidrick & Struggles, Korn/Ferry International, and MicroStrategy, Inc. Education: George Mason University (B.A.)
Maria RaymondFor the past 5 years, Maria has held senior positions, most recently as Vice President of Talent Management, with Highmark Inc, who, with their affiliates, operates health insurance plans in Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Virginia that serve 5.2 million members and employ approximately 20,000 people. Prior to Highmark, Maria spent 5 years with EDMC where she led major initiatives in the areas of on-line performance management, compensation plans, executive development, and succession planning. Maria also held senior positions with Right Management Consultants (6 years) where she developed and implemented consulting solutions including on-line and traditional assessment centers, leadership development, executive coaching, mentoring programs, performance management systems, and succession planning. Maria also spent 7 years with DDI - Development Dimensions International. Education: University of Pittsburgh