Inspire and retain employees through career management
Career management, much like performance management, is undergoing a transformation. At one time, both were distinct, separate activities a part from the regular rhythm of the business; now they’re becoming a part of an organization’s ongoing practices.
A number of drivers are causing companies to re-think their approach and enable greater internal talent mobility:
- To win the war for talent, employees are a critical asset to retain
- To maintain a competitive market position, cost containment and nimbleness are critical and can both be achieved through increased retention rates
- To motivate and engage employees in today’s flattened corporate hierarchies, it is important to show them a future path
Responding to the strategic motivators above requires a collaborative and integrated approach that aligns the career aspirations of employees with the company’s strategic needs.
In this webinar, we will share how to:
- Create a formula for talent mobility within your company
- Make mobility work, using a practical case study example as a guide
- Enable career management within your talent management system
About Hawley Kane
A seasoned expert with 15 years of product development and product management experience in the software market, Hawley Kane is highly skilled at identifying, creating, and delivering solutions that meet customers’ wants and needs.
Since joining Halogen in 2009, Hawley has focused on delivering key features and functionality including the new vertical offerings, the introduction of language packs, the reporting framework, external multiraters, Feedback Central, Halogen 1:1 Exchange and Talent View.
About Julie Harrison
As a Product Marketing Manager at Halogen, Julie is responsible for messaging, launch requirements, and sales enablement for a number of Halogen TalentSpace solutions and products, including Learning & Development, Succession & Leadership, and Compensation.
Prior to joining Halogen in 2015, Julie spent 20 years in a broad spectrum of communications roles, with a strong focus on internal communications and organizational change management. She is a Prosci-certified change management practitioner and holds a master’s degree from Carleton University.