Presenter: Paul Storfer, Director, Talent Frameworks, PDI Ninth House
In this complex, competitive environment, organizations with the best leaders win. What happens to your leaders – and your organization – when your talent strategy is not clearly articulated and in alignment across the organization?
Learn how you can troubleshoot your talent and competency strategy and how to ensure that your talent management implementation has the solid foundation you need to support your evolving leadership talent management strategy.
This webcast will:
Discuss how inconsistent definitions of talent create a disconnect across leadership roles
Provide insight into how cultural issues and your employee promise can make or break talent management implementation and form your leadership brand
Help you discover what types of competency governance work best
This Webcast is sponsored by: PDI Ninth House
ABOUT PAUL STORFER
Paul has more than 20 years of experience in competency modeling and development. He facilitated the building of core competency models with senior executives from Fortune 500 clients, and has modeled hundreds of positions for various clients. He has managed skills transformations, helping employees update to current skill sets, and has worked with scores of organizations to solve problems associated with moving to new technologies and tools. Paul has re-engineered, redesigned, and restructured organizations, establishing standards for compensation, job design, and broad banding. He has performed skills inventories, assessed employee skill strengths and weaknesses, performed gap analyses, and prepared development plans to improve skills and facilitate career development, aligning skills with training and development resources.
Paul chairs the Competencies and Performance Management workgroups for HR-XML, and is an officer on their Board of Directors. He is a frequent speaker on competency-based performance at national and regional industry conferences, including HRPS, IHRIM, Sapphire, OHUG, and AMA. He has been a member of the adjunct faculty of the American Management Association's Management Course for Presidents and was a member of the planning committee for several of the annual meetings of HRPS. Earlier in his career, Paul worked in the information service businesses of companies including CBS, Mattel, Consumers Union, and International Data Group. He led the early development for the service now known as Prodigy®.