Date: September 13, 2018
Event Type: Breakfast Briefing
Time: 8:00-10:30 am mountain
8:00-8:30 am – Registration and complimentary continental breakfast
8:30-10:30 am – Event program
Location: The Camby Hotel, 2401 East Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85016
The baby boom has become the retirement boom. About 10,000 boomers exit the workforce each day and will for the next decade or more.1 They leave in their wake a trail of leadership and talent gaps the likes of which many organizations have never been confronted with. The war for talent is on.
To ensure sustainability and profitability in the future, your organization will require its next generation of leaders to take on greater leadership scope, responsibility and complexity at a rate faster than their predecessors. Much will be asked of these high-potential employees. Are they ready to take the leap? What do proven experiences look like that truly prepare high potentials to meet or even exceed the high expectations before them?
Join us for a complimentary MDA Leadership Breakfast Briefing at the Camby Hotel from 8-10:30 am mountain to hear from leading HR executives on how they are successfully preparing their high potentials to tackle more demanding roles spanning a variety of leadership levels.
High-potential employees tend to know their potential and will move on to another organization if they are not recognized, motivated and challenged2. These HR experts will share their strategies for providing development that aligns with high potentials’ needs and interests, while providing your organizational leadership with the talent insights and confidence they need to prepare effectively for upcoming transitions.
Sean Allen, VP of Consulting, Western Region, MDA Leadership
Dan Haag, SVP and CAO, Sundt Construction, Inc.
Trevor Gelder, Director, Administrative Workforce Development, Sundt Construction, Inc.
Dominic Daughtrey, Continuous Improvement Program Manager, Sundt Construction, Inc.
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1 Washington Post (https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2014/07/24/do-10000-baby-boomers-retire-every-day/?utm_term=.246ec8724e85)
2 Association of Talent Professionals