As organizations continue to prepare for the future and the impending shortage of qualified talent, securing and developing high-potential has moved to the top of the list for the C-Suite. The looming issue is that once the talent has been assessed objectively and high-potentials identified, many organizations are failing to develop this group of talent to set them up for future successor roles.
• Define the concept of accelerated development and its criticality in your organization
• Identify the key elements that drive high-potential’s results
• Create, in teams an accelerated development program for high-potentials
• Determine an action plan to effectively implement accelerated, action-based learning experiences
Who will get the most from this program?
• Learning and Development Practitioners
• Specialists in Leadership Development
• HR Leaders / Managers / Generalists and Business Partners
Date: Tuesday, October 23, 2018
• 6:00 – 6:30 pm Networking and Lite Dinner
• 6:30 – 8:00 pm Session
• 8:00 – 8:30 pm Q&A and Networking
* This counts towards 2 credit hours for certification maintenance*
CIBC, Atrium on Bay
595 Bay Street, 14th floor, Toronto, M5G 2C2
ACCESS TO THE BUILDING: Access to Atrium On Bay (AOB) is not available after 6pm. After 6 pm, please enter by the Red Lobster entrance to the Atrium on Bay. If you are coming from the subway, please take the escalator to the upper floor and proceed to the elevators located by "Red Lobster”.
Jodi Zigelstein-Yip is a twenty-year leader and veteran in the HR community and is the Chief HR Innovator/Founder of Enliven HR Consulting Inc. Jodi plays a major role in her client’s businesses by delivering innovative, sustainable and strategic HR programs and solutions designed to unleash leadership and employee potential, drive performance, increase organizational effectiveness and steer business results.
Her expertise is in the creation of unique leadership, employee, and high-potential development initiatives including executive coaching and action-based learning projects, succession planning and talent assessment programs. Jodi engages small, medium and large national and multi-national clients in a variety of industries.
Jodi has significant experience working in many sectors including entertainment, gaming, engineering firms, sales and distribution, marketing and advertising, professional and financial services, manufacturing, colleges and associations and other various sectors. Our client base ranges in size globally from 2 employees up to 120,000.
Jodi is a seasoned and dynamic facilitator, recognized by The Institute for Performance and Learning (previously the Canadian Society for Training and Development) for the design and facilitation of a multi-faceted leadership development program.
Jodi has been featured in the HR Professional Magazine, Canadian Employment Law Today, the National Post and the Globe and Mail. Jodi is often asked to facilitate programs through the HRPA including the Authentic Coaching Leader Program and the Transforming Managers into Leaders Online Certificate Program. Jodi also MC’s and speaks semi-annually at the Toronto Entrepreneurs’ Conference. Jodi was also the President of the HRPA York Region Chapter from 2011 – 2015. During her term, the Chapter was awarded eleven Chapter of Excellence Awards.
$35. for I4PL members
$50. for non-members
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