Global Talent Management Practice Leader & Managing Director
Webcast On Demand
January 24, 2012 | Ravin Jesuthasan
The growing complexity of the workforce and global economy presents unprecedented challenges for today’s HR leaders. More than ever, HR organizations are under mounting pressure to get improved results from their talent — results that create lasting value for the business.
So how do successful organizations deliver a sustainable advantage through their human capital decision making? An evidence-based approach to talent management helps organizations create talent and reward strategies and programs that are sustainable through the ups and downs of the business cycle.
Join Global Talent Management Practice Leader, Ravin Jesuthasan, to understand the “what” and “how” of driving evidence-based change. Drawing on Towers Watson research and his recently published book, Transformative HR, Ravin will share the key principles of evidence-based change. Through real-world examples and practical techniques of some of today’s most successful organizations, you’ll leave with a clearer picture of what’s possible for your organization.
Why evidence-based change is so powerful
The 5 principles of evidence-based change
Key findings of Towers Watson’s 2011/2012 Talent Management and Rewards Study
Case study highlights from Transformative HR-- best practice examples from transformative companies such as Coca Cola, Royal Bank of Canada, PNC Bank, Shanda, and Deutsche Telekom