Develop and Maximize your Top Talent
Date: Thursday, March 21, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM EST
Through this webinar you’ll gain insight on:
- Why a collaborative culture and a growth mindset are critical. In today’s tight talent market, it’s more important than ever to have an environment that encourages and supports high-potential talent so that they thrive. We’ll share insights, research and best practices to ensure your organization has a collaborative, diverse, agile culture and fosters a growth mindset for sustained success.
- How to optimize the impact, motivation and engagement of your top talent. You know there’s not a one-size-fits-all approach to developing your high-potential talent. But how do you sort through the many options to determine what’s right? We’ll share perspective on how to provide the right growth opportunities, build collaborative teams, enhance critical problem solving and inspire curiosity that will have the desired outcomes.
- Developing a strategy for strong Return on Education – for the organization and the employee. It’s critical to grow and value your top talent to retain them – and to keep them motivated. We’ll discuss strategies and best practices that organizations leverage to ensure organizational ROI on developing and training investments.
Cheri is the assistant dean of MBA programs at the Broad College of Business, where she drives innovation and best practices to ensure graduate programs deliver the core competencies that are critical to success in corporations today. Her previous experience includes designing and delivering custom training programs, and she has significant experience helping high-potential talent to grow their knowledge, capabilities and impact. She holds a Ph.D. in higher, adult and lifelong education from Michigan State University, a master’s in administration – leadership from Central Michigan University, and a B.A. from Michigan State University. She currently also serves as chair of the Executive MBA Council and is co-chair of the MBA Roundtable conference.
Jeremy Van Hof
Jeremy is the director of learning technologies at the Broad College of Business. He draws from his 20 years of experience as an educator at all levels to create engaging, equitable and effective learning experiences for the college. He has also served as chair of the Big Ten Academic Alliance Teaching and Learning Liaisons committee and as a board member and president of the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association. He holds a Ph.D. in educational studies from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, a master’s in curriculum and teaching from Michigan State University, a master’s in library and information science from Wayne State University and a B.A. in English education from Michigan State University.