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March Program Meeting - Future of Talent Management
March 20 | 11:15 am-1 pm
Embassy Suites Tulsa
3332 South 79th East Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74145
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Presented by Jason Lauritsen
How do we ensure we have the talent we need to win? This question tops many CEO's priority lists. And yet, HR continues to struggle to meet this challenge because we are trapped in antiquated talent definitions and management processes from the past.
The future demands a radically different approach to talent. To chart a new path requires a new mindset. We must begin by understanding where we are today and how we got here.
Design more effective talent management strategies by understanding the history of talent management practice and trends affecting the future of work.
- Explore the very definition of talent to uncover where the
linkage between talent management and business results is
Understand the history and evolution of current talent
management practices as a foundation for understanding
where innovation is critical.
- Discover three approaches for HR leaders to use as they
create the future of talent management including talent
cultivation, studying humans instead of best practices, and
giving power to the people through approaches like internal
Jason Lauritsen is the reformed corporate guy. For nearly a decade, he spent his days in the belly of the beast as a corporate Human Resources leader where he had to actually "walk the talk" each day. Today, he consults with organizations to help them transform how they approach talent and leadership development. Since his first management job as a corn detasseling team leader at age 13, Jason has been studying people and why they do what they do.
Classically impatient, curious and well groomed, Jason's early career was a rapid progression of sales and management roles including launching, leading and ultimately selling a small business in his mid-twenties. He's a leader, sales guy, entrepreneur and corporate executive - all rolled up in one.