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Coaching and Retaining High Potential Leaders: A Workshop for HR/L&D Profes...

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Office of Weber Shandwick

818 Stewart Street

Suite 1300

Seattle, WA 98101

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Join us LIVE in downtown Seattle on September 18th for a FREE afternoon workshop as we explore trends, research and best practices regarding what drives your High Potential Leaders!

In today's highly competitive talent market, retaining and engaging your high potential leaders is mission critical to the success of your organization. These high potentials are one of your most important competitive advantages in the market today!

In this FREE highly interactive, fast paced workshop you will connect and network with other L&D/HR professionals as we examine:
  • Ideas on How to Build Your Leadership Bench
  • Ways for Defining and Selecting High Potentials
  • The Keys to High Potential Engagement
  • Trends, Norms and Innovative Concepts for Retaining These Key Employees
  • Proven and Effective Development Processes

At the end of the workshop there will be optional demo and overview of one of today's most regarded next gen development solutions; C4H - Coaching for High Potentials


Agenda for the afternoon:
Lunch, Registration and Networking 11:00am - 12:30pm
High Energy Interactive Workshop 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Optional Next Gen C4H Demo 2:30pm - 3:00pm

Location:
818 Stewart St, Suite 1300 Seattle, WA 98101 - at the offices of Weber Shandwick


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Stacy Shamberger is EVP of People and Revenue of Skyline Group International. She has over 25 years of business experience in Human Resources, Finance, Operations and Sales. She has held leadership and executive positions with IBM, ADP, Citibank and Fischer Scientific and was an Adjunct Professor within the University System of Maryland, in their Leadership Development and Executive Studies programs. Stacy is an certified executive coach, international speaker and published author, speaking and writing on topics such as leadership development strategies, employee engagement, strategic planning and a variety of HR/human capital management topics.

This workshop will be worth 2 HRCI Credits

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