1200 Saunders Rd
Riverwoods, IL 60015
Almost every firm these days agrees: managing, developing, and retaining staff is one of the top challenges facing our profession. But at the same time, many firms are finding their old processes and methodologies for talent management to be failing to retain enough of the best and brightest future leaders.
Emerging as the top priority for firms today is the ability to retain top performers, strong leaders, and future partners in their firms, and it’s a different game than it was even two years ago. As you are probably painfully aware, losing great talent is expensive, increases workload and stress for your remaining people, and can adversely impact client relationships.
This is why after his 5-star rated workshop last year, we’re pleased to bring back Jeremy Wortman, PhD, for a new program on best practices in talent management on July 25th. His program this year will have a strong focus on retention strategies and techniques that you can employ at your firms immediately.
JEREMY WORTMAN, PhD
Annual Talent Management Seminar
Ravinia Green Country Club, Riverwoods, IL
360 Assessments: Employees don’t leave good firms, they leave BAD BOSSES. Annually assess your leaders against idealized behaviors Talent Conversations: Talented people want to talk to you about how they use those talents to MAKE A DIFFERENCE. Money: Explore how it impacts retention Additional Best Practices in Retention: Additional hot areas evolving in the profession
This program is ideal for HR and people leaders, managing partners, partners, COO’s, firm administrators, practice leaders and anyone involved in talent management at your firm.
If you are seeking new ideas, better strategies and more effective tactics for talent management and retention, you will get significant value from this seminar.
Don’t miss this opportunity – get your registrations in early as space is limited!
Fee:$440 for the first registrant and $270 for any additional attendees from your firm. CPE Eligible.
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