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Retaining and Developing High Potential Talent_NHSA Webinar

Retaining and Developing High Potential Talent_NHSA Webinar

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Published by Tina Bates Baldera
Join our presenter, Karen Key, Vice-President for Programs, National Human Services Assembly, who will share the best practice of the Talent Retention & Development Toolkit for the National Assembly Network, which builds on specific strategies relative to Onboarding, Mentoring, and Succession Planning, complete with examples.
Join our presenter, Karen Key, Vice-President for Programs, National Human Services Assembly, who will share the best practice of the Talent Retention & Development Toolkit for the National Assembly Network, which builds on specific strategies relative to Onboarding, Mentoring, and Succession Planning, complete with examples.

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Published by: Tina Bates Baldera on Jan 08, 2013
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Retaining and DevelopingHigh Potential Talent
 
Promising Practices in Onboarding, Employee Mentoring& Succession Planning
 
 
Welcome
 –
and some introductions
Rachel LustigSr. Vice President of Mission and MinistryKaren KeyVice President for Programs
 
 
Our panelists
Carolyn Altemus -
Boy Scouts of America
Director, Employment and Diversity
Terri Dorsey -
Boys and Girls Clubs of America
Director, Organizational Development
Elma Jeyasekar -
NHSA
HR Professional, former HR intern & toolkit co-author
Ann Walling -
National Industries for the Blind 
Human Resources Manager

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