TALENT MANAGEMENT IN U.A.E by Prof. Dr. Justin James Kennedy on 15th August 2017.
Dear Members, Greetings from THRF!! Please join us on Tuesday 15th August for a Presentation and Discussion with Prof. Dr. Justin James Kennedy at 6:00.pm on, "TALENT MANAGEMENT IN U.A.E - What motivates talented brains- how to trigger talent in your organisation" This event is FREE for all THRF Members. OUTLINE OF THE PRESENTATION: There are many drivers that can trigger talent in your organisation to perform at their peak, however the biggest driver seems to be understanding: What Motivates Talent? The role of Talent Development is evolving fast. HR needs to rethink its strategy to understand:
The real drivers of org. talent
Results of a Harvard presented study
The ONLY challenge talent really want – and need - is business ‘grit'
IN THIS SESSION YOU WILL LEARN: Is your organizations getting ROI from talent development? Budgets are even tighter but talent is now even more in demand. In a recent brain study in Dubai presented at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Kennedy found that Talent Development is a very costly business, and that high-potentials often get sick or leave.
Get the right head count of talented leaders
Plans that have direct financial and business impact
Ensure a ‘fast-track ’ approach to get you talent
ABOUT DR. JUSTIN JAMES KENNEDY: Prof. Kennedy is a globally recognized TEDx presenter, Thought Leader & Executive Coach in Organizational Neuroscience and Talent Development. His corporate career was interrupted by a motorbike accident, which left him in a coma. His head was swollen larger than a watermelon and his body was left paralyzed. After several brain surgeries and a lengthy recovery process he learned what was needed to reboot his brain to walk and talk again. With strict discipline and endless willpower he presented a PhD thesis based on his research in neuroscience in Switzerland several years later. He is the developer of the N3 Coaching model. Prof Kennedy has published innumerable corporate studies that demonstrate how to apply neuroscience in coaching. His work is based on brain data to ensure medically measurable results. He is a Business School Professor in Coaching with Monarch University, Switzerland and he is member of the Neuroscience Research Group management committee at the University of Pretoria. Date: 15th August 2017 (Tuesday) Registration & Networking: 6.00 - 6.30.pm. Presentation starts: 6.30.pm. Venue: Middlesex University, Oasis Thetre on the ground floor., Knowledge Park, Block 15. Fee for Guests: AED100 To Register please email: firstname.lastname@example.org