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Maximizing the Individual and Organizational Impact of Professional Development
As the business environment (globalization, speed of change) and organizational structures (flatter, matrixed) have changed, the employee’s role in professional development has expanded. Traditional approaches to development have often neglected to align the needs of the business with the career ambitions of the employee — putting the company at risk of losing key talent.
Join Scott Mondore from Strategic Management Decisions as he shares ideas on how to maximize the value and business impact of professional development programs while helping employees realize their career aspirations and goals. Learn:
- How to link employee career development to measurable business outcomes.
- What role managers and organizations should play in their employees’ professional development.
- How to assess employees’ professional needs, aspirations and skill gaps.
- Practical tips on how to best implement professional development in your organization.
- How to balance preparing for short and long-term business challenges and opportunities.
Strategic Management Decisions
Scott Mondore is the managing partner of Strategic Management Decisions (www.smdhr.com) and has more than 15 years of experience in strategy, talent management, measurement, customer experience and organizational development. He has internal and consulting experience across a variety of industries including transportation, health care, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, utilities and hospitality. He has worked as a senior leader at UPS, Maersk and Morehead.
Mondore is the co-author of Investing in What Matters: Linking Employees to Business Outcomes and Business-Focused HR: 11 Processes to Drive Results and recently won the Walker Prize from HR People & Strategy for the article that “best advances state-of-the-art thinking and practices in human resources.”