Learnshare’s Leadership Summit to Discuss Developing High Potential Employees

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Senior Training Executives to Gather in April to Discuss “Meeting the Talent Challenge”: LearnShare, LLC, the consortium of Fortune 1000 companies organized to research, design, purchase, package and share best practices in the training and development field, today announced the details of its upcoming LearnShare Summit scheduled April 27-28, 2006 at Eaton Corporation in Willoughby Hills, Ohio. The Summit will be facilitated by Lynne Morton, Principal of Performance Improvement (PI) Solutions, Inc. Summits are a deep dive into a topic of high interest defined by top training and development professionals based on industry research and LearnShare members’ requests. The topics that will be featured in this Summit include talent management and succession planning.

LearnShare, LLC, the consortium of Fortune 1000 companies organized to research, design, purchase, package and share best practices in the training and development field, today announced the details of its upcoming LearnShare Summit scheduled April 27-28, 2006 at Eaton Corporation in Willoughby Hills, Ohio. The Summit will be facilitated by Lynne Morton, Principal of Performance Improvement (PI) Solutions, Inc. Summits are a deep dive into a topic of high interest defined by top training and development professionals based on industry research and LearnShare members’ requests. The topics that will be featured in this Summit include talent management and succession planning.    

This Summit will help answer and solve questions such as these:

  • Do you have a talent pool that will ensure your continued business success?
  • Are you thinking about what others are doing to nurture their high potentials?
  • Are you wondering how your initiatives for high potentials can fit into an entire talent management framework?
  • What technologies are available to support your talent management and succession planning goals?

LearnShare Summits are designed for CLOs and other senior learning & development executives to share open dialogue and best practices with their peers on varied topics in an intimate setting. Although summits are usually open to LearnShare members and select guests only, LearnShare is extending the invitation to top industry professionals interested in attending.

The moderator, Lynne Morton, is a globally recognized thought leader, author and speaker in talent management and a management consultant on leadership development. Among the specific issues she addresses for clients are: getting started in talent management, determining talent vulnerabilities, creating talent management strategies/programs, establishing competencies, developing leadership behavior, managing change, engendering teamwork, using emotional intelligence, establishing performance management processes, giving/getting feedback, making decisions, and turning managers into leaders.

To obtain more information about attending the Summit event, please visit our website (http://www.learnshare.com/site/newsite/summit_eaton/index.aspx) or contact Matt Franks at 419-327-4160 ext. Top executives only, please.

About LearnShare

LearnShare LLC, founded in 1996, is a consortium of 37 diverse, industry-leading companies dedicated to sharing their proven expertise and innovative practices across member organizations to enhance their competitive advantage. LearnShare's key focus is to provide technology-based learning solutions, collaborative communities, best practices and applied research to meet its members' mission critical business education and development needs. The original member companies are 3M, ChevronTexaco, Deere & Co., Eaton, General Motors, Levi Strauss & Co, Motorola, Northwest Airlines, Owens Corning, Owens-Illinois, Pfizer Inc, Pilkington, and UnitedHealth Group. For more information, visit http://www.learnshare.com.

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