Denver, CO (PRWEB) August 5, 2009
The Center for Talent Solutions, the leading experts on taking action to attract, engage, develop, leverage, and retain employees, announces a complimentary 60 minute educational webcast.
Beat Your Competitors to a Pulp Through Development
August 18, 2009, 1pm EDT.
How organizations view development and their overall development strategy makes a key difference on whether development becomes a competitive advantage for the organization. It affects what capabilities get developed, how they get developed and how the capabilities are used on the job. During this webcast, we will discuss the difference between the following and show participants how they can take action to deliver the first vs. the second:
- Performance consultant vs. training manager.
- Create a line of sight to running the business vs. publish a training schedule.
- It is all about using developed capabilities vs. developing capabilities.
- Targeted development solutions vs. training.
- Capture and brand success stories vs. pay training bills.
Participants will receive a framework and a set of targeted solutions to take action to deliver and ensure the first. The complimentary webcast is Tuesday, August 4, at 1 ET. Register here.
To register for this webcast, learn more about the Center for Talent Solutions’ tools, consulting services, how to develop your talent or to learn more about all of our products and services, visit http://www.keeppeople.com or call 800-861-6965.
About The Center for Talent Solutions:
The Center for Talent Solutions, with operating business units Center for Talent Retention, Center for Talent Management, Center for Diverse Talent, and Center for Knowledge Management, (http://www.keeppeople.com) is the leading expert on “taking action” to increase human capital results. They offer a full range of talent/employee solutions guaranteed to equip your organization, managers, HR professionals, and teams to take action to make a real impact on organization results by bringing together the best talent practices needed to attract, engage, build, leverage, and retain employees. They are known in the industry as an elite partner equipping companies like: General Electric, Unilever, Progress Energy, Microsoft, Becton Dickinson, Booz Allen Hamilton, Baylor Healthcare, ADP, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, EMC, BMC Software, John Deere, The Home Depot, and McDonalds to increase business performance through people.
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