GENERAL MEETING - Implementing Sustainable Talent Management and Learning Processes
So you know you want to create talent processes, and you may even have a roadmap to get there. Now what do you do? The road to effective talent management can appear long and daunting, but it doesn’t have to be! In our session, we will share case studies where we worked with executive teams, operations leaders, and HR colleagues to implement talent management and learning foundations in several companies. Concepts covered will include: how to stage implementation, build stakeholder buy-in, align talent initiatives with the flow of business, keep the processes simple but strategic, effectively link talent and learning plans, and engage employees with effective processes. Session participants will become part of the action as they make talent decisions in realistic talent scenarios during this presentation. Regardless of the talent or learning systems used (from pen and paper to HCM systems), these techniques will help participants create a talent management strategy that links their people to strategic goals, development plans, and succession pipelines.
- Share lessons learned leading these efforts at several companies
- Highlight stakeholder engagement activities to build momentum
- Discover effective change management techniques to aid in user acceptance
- Understand key foundational elements to include in talent management and learning processes
- Detail a realistic implementation timeline
- Provide follow up resources to help participants plan for action regardless of company size or stage.
ATD Capability Model – Impacting Organizational Capability
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Carol Enneking - Talent Management Leader
CAROL ENNEKING is a committed and highly accomplished senior human resources executive with comprehensive global and domestic expertise in talent management, staff coaching and mentoring, enterprise learning, leadership development, and performance management. Carol provides a unique, holistic perspective to tackling complex business challenges because of her background in operations, HR, and marketing.
Based in Houston, Carol began her career in Exxon’s marketing leadership program and developed broad business expertise through a wide variety of assignments that followed. Most recently, Carol served as Vice President of Talent Management, Learning, and Diversity for a $6B international building products company. Her passion is helping businesses leverage talent, learning, and a culture of belonging to deliver excellent results through their people. Whether through coaching, group facilitation, or content creation, Carol’s ability to connect with others and unearth their unique abilities makes her a sought-after resource.
Carol received her degree in Marketing and Liberal Arts from The University of Texas at Austin, where she serves on the Chancellor’s Council. She is also certified in Organizational Improvement through Human Dimensions of Organizations (HDO) at UT and in Talent Management Strategy from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Executive Development Institute. An active community volunteer, Carol has served on the board of directors for many non-profit and professional organizations. She is a Past President of the National Charity League – Cypress Creek Chapter and a sustaining member of the Junior League of Houston. She enjoys crafting, baking, attempting to play golf, traveling to new places, and spending time with her family.
Katy Theroux - CHRO/CMO/COO
KATY THEROUX has built her career by focusing on driving results through people. For more than 17 years she has held board facing, senior executive, corporate officer roles in human resources, marketing, strategy and P&L management. Katy is known for her exceptional business acumen gained from a successful career with public, private and private equity owned companies. In each of these environments she has successfully led transformative change initiatives which require building capability and an aspirational culture. Her diverse background fosters innovation and unifies cross functional teams to create and execute sustainable strategies. Katy keeps the focus on the achievement of the ultimate business goals, simplifies complexity and ultimately drives positive top and bottom-line results.
Most recently she was EVP and Chief Human Resources officer for a larger manufacturer with up to 21,000 employees at more than 80 manufacturing, distribution and office locations.
Katy has an MBA from Saint Peter’s University and a BS from Syracuse University. She currently sits on the Board of Advisors of Incarnate Word Academy in Houston, TX. She is the mother of six children and a life-long runner, completing ten marathons.
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