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HR Trends with Game Changers, Presented by SAP

HR Trends with Game Changers, Presented by SAP

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April 01st 2014:Secrets of Optimizing Talent in the Workplace

Today’s buzz: Secrets! Is your HR team working hard to streamline and strengthen your talent management, but too often seeing disappointing results? Stop and learn the secrets for getting the most from today’s talent. The experts speak. Deepti Singh, American Savings Bank: “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, Economist Intelligence Unit: “Culture eats s

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Deepti Singh

Deepti Singh serves as the Director of Talent & Learning at American Savings Bank (ASB). She is responsible for creating integrated talent and learning experiences that positively impact employee performance, retention, and engagement. Prior to joining ASB in 2012, Deepti was a consultant at the Chicago and New York offices of Towers Watson, a leading global professional services firm, where she specialized in increasing organizational performance by maximizing investment in human capital linked to business strategy. She has extensive experience in HR and talent strategy, workforce analytics, rewards strategy, performance management, succession planning, leadership development, and employe
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Gilda Stahl

Gilda Stahl, Senior Editor, heads up survey-based research projects in the Thought Leadership Unit of The Economist Intelligence Unit—part of The Economist Group. Her area of focus is global talent management, and her projects have covered diversity and inclusion, talent strategy, the future of the HR function and change management. Some of the titles she has edited include: “Values-based diversity: The challenges and strengths of many,” “Plugging the skills gap: Shortages among plenty,” “Why good strategies fail: Lessons for the c-suite” and “CEO perspectives: How HR can take on a bigger role in driving growth.” Gilda has also recently conducted research on the changing role of marketing a
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Tracey Arnish

Tracey Arnish, Senior Vice President, Talent for SAP since March 2013, is responsible for SAP’s end-to-end talent strategy, ensuring that SAP continues to live the philosophy, “Everyone is a Talent”, and that each individual is fully enabled to grow a meaningful career at SAP. Under her leadership, Talent Acquisition, Total Rewards, and Talent Management and Development are responsible for the design of leading solutions in support of a compelling career experience for each and every one of SAP’s 65,000 talents globally, and ensuring that SAP has the talent it needs now and for the future. With over 15 years of progressive Human Resources experience, Tracey has worked in the private and publ
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2238/hr-trends-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap HR Trends with Game Changers, Presented by SAP https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2238/hr-trends-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap Today’s buzz: Secrets! Is your HR team working hard to streamline and strengthen your talent management, but too often seeing disappointing results? Stop and learn the secrets for getting the most from today’s talent. The experts speak. Deepti Singh, American Savings Bank: “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, Economist Intelligence Unit: “Culture eats strategy over breakfast” (Peter Drucker). Tracey Arnish, SAP: “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). Join us for Secrets of Optimizing Talent in the Workplace VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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