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Employee Development as a Differentiator in the Coming Talent Crisis

Employee Development as a Differentiator in the Coming Talent Crisis

High employee turnover should be worrisome to any employer. Simply consider the expense to recruit, interview, and train new employees, and it’s easy to see why retention is such a high priority for the C-suite. And as the economy continues to pick up and the job market grows, employees now have more options—meaning organizations have to work harder than ever to engage and retain top talent. So what strategies can learning and development (L&D) professionals employ to remain competitive and avoid a talent shortage during the economic uptick?

  • Diversity, a business perspective
  • The upcoming talent crisis, and why implementing a collaborative learning culture is the key to solving it
  • What workers expect in their employers’ approach to L&D
  • Making the right investments in your learning strategy to avoid the L&D “spend paradox
About the speakers
Michael Bollinger

Associate VP, Global Thought Leadership & Advisory Services

Mike is an accomplished executive with 25 years of experience. He has rich business and human capital management (HCM) domain skills, including talent strategy, strategic workforce planning, communication, team building, business case development, and leadership. Mike has been formally trained and certified in a number of disciplines, including human capital strategy, strategic workforce planning, value engineering, and business process transformation.

Rusty Lindquist

VP of Thought Leadership at BambooHR

Rusty is the Vice President of Strategic HR Insights at BambooHR, where he studies the intersection of organizational behavior, business, and HR strategy. Before that, he spent 18 years as head of product in technology companies in the learning and development, and technology industries. Rusty is also a writer and public speaker, focused on human performance engineering.

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