Tech Summit 2017: Building Rock Stars - Practical Advice to Develop Talent

It’s often said that people are the most important asset in any organization.  Helping employees develop can increase employee engagement and retention and build valuable skills within your organization.  Do you have a development plan in place for your employees or is it on the to-do list right after you finish the DRP?  Do you frequently discuss and execute on the plan or is it shelf-ware that gets revisited at the annual review and seems to look the same every year?  Is the content specific and actionable?  For many managers, the desire to develop talent is there but the execution needs support.  Join Bob Wallis in this session to get practical tips to help you develop rock star talent.

Bob Wallis

Vice President of IT

Bob Wallis is VP IT for Edwards Garment, a highly-rated, Top 25 apparel and program services provider to the promotional products industry.  Bob is passionate about developing talent, improving processes, sharing knowledge, and solving problems.  In addition to IT leadership roles, he has held technical roles in IT infrastructure, security, and audit as well as working in global IT talent management.  He has worked with companies and customers in small business, education, medium enterprise, and the Fortune 500.

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Recorded 08/16/2017
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