HCI Announces New Award Recognizing Globally-minded Talent Management Organizations
Will present prize at inaugural Global Talent Management Summit in July
BROOKLYN, NY – April 1, 2013 – The Human Capital Institute (HCI), in partnership with Allegis Group Services, will present a brand-new award honoring the best and brightest in global talent management. The award, titled the Global Talent Leader Award, will be presented to one company at the 2013 HCI Global Talent Management Summit, taking place on July 22-23, 2013 in New York City.
This award seeks to address an inescapable business reality: globalization has become the de facto method of commerce for over twenty years. Despite this, many organizations have not perfected the core functions necessary to support a truly worldwide operation. A mastery of culture, economies of scale, technologies and people across a multinational plane is not only optimal but necessary to continue a business’ outward and upward growth. The goal of the competition is to recognize and inspire organizations around the globe that have transformed their talent management operations to be as reflective of their global business as possible.
The winner of the award will receive:
- Immediate recognition from talent management peers; the winner will be announced via press release, on the HCI website, and at the event itself.
- Five passes for the senior leadership in the organization to attend the inaugural Global Talent Management Summit
- HCI’s Enterprise Membership, which can be utilized company-wide and offers all-access membership to HCI’s best-practices library and on-site or on-line coaching
Serving as award judges for this competition are: Tyler Benjamin, VP, Global Talent Management for Discovery Communications; David Forman, Chief Learning Officer for HCI; Steven A. Miranda, Managing Director, Cornell University Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies at Cornell University School of Industrial Labor Relations; Dave Cooper, Vice President of Global Staffing at Quintiles Transnational; and Michael Knierim, Head of Global HR, Pharma Medicines, Roche. Submissions will be accepted until April 30, 2013, after which the winners will be announced in July 2013. Participants may submit their organizations at http://bit.ly/YKGV0C
This Summit will also host several renowned keynote speakers, including: Allan H. Church, Ph.D., Vice President of Talent and Organization & Management Development for PepsiCo, Inc.; Jennie Walker, Ph.D., Director of Global Learning and market Development for Najafi Global Mindset Institute at Thunderbird School of Global Management; Matthew Jeffery, Global Head of Talent Strategy and Innovation, for SAP UK Ltd.; and Maude DiVittis, Vice President of Global People and Organizational Development at Coach, International.
To learn more about HCI’s 2013 Global Talent Management Summit, or to register for a seat or virtual pass, visit http://bit.ly/ZdhifB
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