Six Steps to Improving Employee Retention

2014 Talent Management Conference
Workplace Application: You will learn how to build a company-wide talent management mindset that will allow you to attract and retain top employees.

Employees are without doubt a company's greatest asset, and any HR professional can tell you that investing in employees is investing in your company's future. But hanging on to your most valuable players can be difficult; especially considering the average span of an individual at one company is just 4.5 years. This presentation focuses on the communication strategies necessary to build a company-wide talent management mindset that will allow you to attract and retain top employees. Find out the best ways to establish a culture of employee career growth, satisfaction, and shared commitment to teamwork and company success, for example: cascading goals throughout all levels of an organization to ensure that everyone is focused on the organizations most critical success factors, establishing career pathing as a core organizational value, in which upward mobility and career growth are promoted as well as formalizing a succession planning process that identifies high potential employees and maintains a 'ready' talent pool of qualified future leaders.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Monday, April 28, 2014 - 10:45am to 12:00pm
Wednesday, April 30, 2014 - 9:45am to 11:00am

Linda Ginac


Linda Ginac is a serial entrepreneur who is currently the CEO of TalentGuard. Her leadership as a CEO and executive have resulted in a successful IPOs and two multi-million dollar acquisitions by Fortune 500 companies. Linda founded TalentGuard and it is one of the fastest growing talent management technology companies in the U.S. Prior to TalentGuard, Linda founded The Ginac Group, a leading career consulting company and grew it into a recognized brand, serving thousands of clients across the U.S. and Canada. Prior to The Ginac Group, Linda held several executive positions at Cofiniti, pcOrder EPSIAA (Fiserv), Computer People, and Digital Equipment Corporation.

Linda Ginac was named as Central Texas' Most Powerful Business Woman by the Austin Business Journal, Women of the Year – Entrepreneur by the YWCA, Trailblazer finalist by the Central Texas Women’s Chamber of Commerce, and Business Finalist by Austin Under 40. Linda has been featured extensively on Fox News, and has been published in hundreds of journals, online websites, magazines, and print newspapers. Linda Ginac is the author of "Fake Perfection, "a story about surviving transition; the Career Management Certification System, a training program for career service professionals; and several other publications. She is on the Advisory Committee for, a national mentor for Make Mine A $Million Business, and co-chair for the LifeWorks Gala Luncheon. Linda Ginac has also served as the President of the Young Women's Alliance, Board of Directors for the American Cancer Society, Chairwoman for Cattle Baron's Ball, Chair for Austin Under 40, and PR Chair for the National Career Development Association. Linda holds a Master’s Degree in Career Development from John F. Kennedy University, and holds an undergraduate degree in Liberal Arts from Norwich University.

Monday - Presidential Ballroom A / Wednesday - Jackson AB
Amount of Credit: 
Credit Type: 
HR Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
HR Expertise
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