November 20th 2020
Post Meeting Notes: Talent Management: Careers, Development and Succession in a Changing Landscape
Experts explored how organisations are rethinking their approaches to talent and career development in light of changing expectations around careers in our latest webinar.
The panel comprised Roche’s UK Head of Talent Acquisition Andrew Armes, Consultant Wendy Hirsh, Coty’s Vice President for global talent Sarah Burns, Shell’s Vice President Leadership Succession Celine Lammers, and RHR International’s practice leader for Executive Assessment and Development Dr. Jessica Bigazzi Foster.
Key takeaways included:
- How to improve career development practices
- How companies are using new technologies to enhance their talent and career strategies
- Emerging themes concerning the connection between careers and succession planning
Find a summary of ‘Talent Management: Careers, Development and Succession in a Changing Landscape’ below, including a full video of the session.
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