March CCHRA Breakfast Meeting: New Strategies for Capturing Talent in a Human Capital Driven World
|Date:||March 18, 2016, 7:30am – 9:30am|
The Whitford Country Club
600 Whitford Hills Road
Exton, PA 19341
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Topic: New Strategies for Capturing Talent in a Human Capital Driven World with Harry Griendling, CEO DoubleStar
Over the past 10 years, and certainly since the Great Recession of 08-09, Talent Markets have been reinvented by significant changes--market forces, employer hiring practices, and worker attitudes about employment and employers. These changes are most significant in Intellectual-capital driven organizations that rely on a ready supply of human capital to drive innovation and market share.
These changes have a created a “New Normal” for talent markets that require a new strategic approach by companies looking to capture their fair share, and perhaps more than their fair share, of talent. This presentation will explore new models for talent acquisition, management, compensation, and development.
Key concepts include:
- Normal vs. Pareto Talent Distribution Curves
- Talent Optimization Horizons
- Pareto-Based Rationale for Training and Development Investment Strategy
- Market-Driven Rationale for Structuring Talent Acquisition Strategy
- Market-Driven Rational for Structuring Compensation Strategy
- How to Increase Talent Density Through Growth Cycles
- Talent Impact Metrics That Get a CEOs Attention
About Harry Griendling: As the Founder and CEO of DoubleStar, Harry has led the design, development and execution of over 900 talent acquisition and talent management projects for over 300 fast-growing technology-driven organizations, including GlaxoSmithKline, SAP Americas, Eli Lilly, Siemens Medical Solutions, AstraZeneca, Cisco, The Vanguard Group, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Merrill-Lynch, Pfizer, Campbell Soup Company, Hershey Foods, CIGNA, Travelers Insurance, Ernst & Young, Main Line Health System, Schering-Plough, Pepsi, Teva Pharmaceuticals, JPMorganChase, Rogers Communications, Main Line Health Network, Capital One, Home Depot, TD Bank and over 50 technology or science-driven start-ups.
Under Harry's leadership, DoubleStar has appeared twice on the INC 500 list of America's Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies and six times on the Philly 100 list of fastest-growing private companies in the Greater Philadelphia region. Harry is one of only 15 inaugural inductees into the Philadelphia Business Hall of Fame.
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Sponsor: Global Employment Solutions