Breaking Down Corporate Silos to Transform the Talent Pipeline

Breaking Down Corporate Silos to Transform the Talent Pipeline

SHRM 2011 Annual Conference
Learn how businesses are aligning strategies, crossing corporate silos, and enabling HR to integrate disparate tactics into leveraged models to create talent sustainability and work ready pipeline.
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Track: Talent Management

Research has shown that young people are not prepared to succeed in today’s economy. Leading businesses, such as CVS and KPMG, are aligning internal divisions like Human Resources, Benefits, Training, Corporate Responsibility, and Government Affairs forming an integrated strategy to address talent development and sustainability issues. Corporate Voices will share principles, and an integrated approach, on how HR can work with CSR, training, and policy to impact the talent and workforce readiness pipeline.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Monday, June 27, 2011 - 7:00am to 8:15am
Presenter: 

John-Anthony Meza

John-Anthony
Meza
John-Anthony is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Corporate Voices’ workforce readiness development and implementation, including overseeing workforce readiness research, public policy, and working with Corporate Voices’ partner companies and other business leaders to identify leading edge models and business practices. He works with not-for-profit and advocacy leaders, and policymakers, to educate them about the business perspective on critical issues that impact working families. He has held various human resources and operations management roles, in a variety of from small to large non-profits and private firms, touching numerous sectors including social services, healthcare, information technology, professional services, most recently running KPMG’s corporate citizenship programs, managing key relationships with various national education and workforce development non-profits.
Location: 
Hilton Pavilion 10
Amount of Credit: 
1.25
Credit Type: 
HR Credit
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