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Mobilize for the Future: Combining humanity and technology to support a culture of talent mobility
The war for talent is upon us and organizations must think critically about how to utilize both humanity and technology to mobilize and leverage their existing talent pool.

By building a culture of talent mobility, organizations can ensure an engaged and adaptable workforce. One that is prepared to bring in new talent where necessary, utilize upskilling and reskilling to redeploy existing talent as well as ensure future career success for those who no longer have a place in the organization.

Join us as we showcase how the Thrive Career Wellness Platform is playing a key role in supporting organizations manage talent mobility, and explore the answers to the following questions:

What are the key competencies and attributes required to lead employees into the future?
How can leaders determine which employees to invest in and which to exit?
How can technology play a role in helping managers support employees during periods of constant change?

Dec 2, 2021 08:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Sandra Boyd
National Practice Leader | Career Transition @Optimum Talent is a division of Gallagher Benefit Services (Canada) Group Inc.
Sandra brings over 20 years’ experience in Career Management, Career Transition, Change Management, Emotional Health and Generational Diversity. Sandra is Board Member of Career Star Group, an international organization representing 80 countries and is also a Board Member for the East Wellington Health Team, established in 2007 by Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Sandra is the author of “The Hidden Job Market” McGraw Hill-Ryerson and Co-Author of “Flexible Thinkers Guide to Extreme Career Performance”. She is also a contributor for the Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling’s (CERIC) landmark publication “Career Development Practice in Canada: Perspectives, Principles, and Professionalism."