Tune in to #SAPRadio April 1st – Secrets of Optimizing Talent in the Workplace
Today’s buzz: Secrets!
Is your HR team working hard to streamline and strengthen your talent management, yet all too often seeing disappointing results? It’s time to stop repeating the same methods and expecting different results. Now you can learn insider secrets for getting the most from today’s talent.
The experts speak.
Tune in Tuesday April 1 at noon ET/9 a.m. PT for a new HR Trends with Game-Changers roundtable discussion on “Secrets of Optimizing Talent in the Workplace.” Our panelists will include (pictured L to R): Deepti Singh, Director of Talent and Learning at American Savings Bank; Gilda Stahl, Senior Editor at the Economist Intelligence Unit; and Tracey Arnish, Head of Global Talent at SAP.
A peek at what the conversation will cover:
Deepti Singh believes that HR needs to be customized to the talent and recognize individuality: “Fairness and equality are not the same. HR needs to have the courage to invest differently to reflect the contributions of talent fairly. Let’s stop with the peanut butter approach.“ (Paraphrased from “Transformative HR” by John Boudreau and Ravin Jesuthasan)
Gilda Stahl sees that the DNA of an organization comes first, no matter how brilliant the vision is: “Culture eats strategy over breakfast.” (Peter Drucker)
Tracey Arnish’s fresh approach to talent is what keeps the best coming back and reigniting their passion: “This week, go and re-hire your best people. Namely, tell them what you see in them that is so valuable, and tell them that the team is relying on them to bring these strengths to work every day. Recognize them, and then turn this recognition into an expectation.” (Markus Buckingham)
If you are unable to tune in live, the show will be available on demand soon after for your listening convenience. We welcome your thoughts about the topic via twitter at hash tag #SAPRadio.