At this Boardroom Briefing, we’ll discuss how startups can best approach talent management.
Talent management is a challenging process for most businesses. There is significant pressure to provide development opportunities, challenges and recognition to ensure staff are engaged and performing at a high level. These issues are compounded for early stage startups and entrepreneurs, where the budget is tight and the demands on the founders are already high.
After this Boardroom Briefing you will:
• Be better equipped to attract and manage the talent in your organisation
• Understand the impact of culture on your talent management practices
• Understand how to engage your staff for the benefit of your business.
Kaitlyn Akers, Account Executive, Stellar Asia Pacific
In her current role with Stellar, Kaitlyn is leading Stellars’ partnership with a Federal Government agency to provide inbound customer services in a contact centre environment. Stellar have recruited and trained the key management team and 250 Customer representatives, built a contact centre and delivered 22% GOS efficiency gain, adding value to our client and the Australian public though piloting efficiencies and testing innovation. Kaitlyn's dedication to building a culture of achievement and good governance across all operational frameworks has helped her to ensure my teams capabilities are fully realized in a fast-paced environment, heavily regulated environment. Read more...
Mark Paddenburg and Dean Alle will facilitate Q&A and discussion after the presentation.
Boardroom Briefing: Talent Management
Boardroom, Innovation Centre Sunshine Coast, 90 Sippy Downs Drive, Sippy Downs
Tuesday 8th of October 2013
12pm - 1.30pm
Free for Members, USC Staff and Students. $20 (ex GST) for guests, includes a light lunch
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