Sponsored by Insperity
Topic: Identifying and Nurturing Emerging Leaders
Speaker: Angie Tinnell, Meridian Resources, Inc.
Registration Fee: $25
Deadline: March 1, 2023
Refunds: Cancellations must be made by March 1, 2023
in order to be fully refunded.
The world of work continues to change rapidly. Baby boomers are retiring in such high numbers that it has been termed a Silver Tsunami with no slowdown in the foreseeable future. Older millennials are finding their footing in leadership roles and now the youngest millennials are positioned for the next wave of leadership. We have moved into a time in which the definition of leadership continues to shift based upon rapidly evolving business requirements. The days of authoritative leadership have given way to a conscious leadership approach. In many circumstances, high potentials, who excel in technical skills do not necessarily have the innate capabilities to manage the demands required to lead organizational growth and drive change. However, these skills can be learned. This presentation will provide a foundation to learn how to identify and develop a talent pool in order to set the foundation for strong future leadership.
Understanding how labor market changes are shifting how to approach succession planning
Identifying prospective employees with potential to succeed in future leadership roles
Learning core capabilities necessary for the next wave of future leaders and preparing them for the future
President, Meridian Resources, Inc.
Angie Tinnell has been a leader in the human resources consulting space for over 25 years. She began her career with a leading global provider of strategic human resource solutions helping organizations align their workforces to meet changing business needs. During her tenure, she served as Lead Consultant for major projects in the Carolinas. In 2000, Angie was recruited by Meridian Resources to serve as Senior Vice President; a key role in the development and launch of this newly established organization. Now, in business for over 20 years, Meridian Resources provides a suite of talent and career management solutions to meet the full life-cycle of an employee. Angie was named President of Meridian in 2017. Since assuming this role, Angie has taken a hands-on approach to expand the capabilities of Meridian Resources, developing innovative talent management solutions for clients that lead to successful outcomes in the evolving world of work.
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