Thursday, December 12, 2013
2:00 pm EST | 1:00 pm CST | 12:00 pm MST | 11:00 am PST
Content of this Webinar
From onboarding to retirement, are you protecting your organization’s “secret sauce”?
On December 12th, 2013, over 500 global registrants joined us to hear from our distinguished panel as they shared the importance of protecting an organization’s “secret sauce” – the unique and vital knowledge that keeps day-to-day operations in motion, drives creativity and innovation, and sets it apart from the competition.
Between an aging workforce and Millennials who change jobs frequently, business productivity is at risk. Unique knowledge is lost when employees leave or retire. And it isn’t just lost knowledge, fast-growing companies see workforces expand and transition into new roles, resulting in the need to rapidly onboard and transition scores of new and internal employees. Mergers, reorganizations, and new technology rollouts also change employee knowledge requirements and can further strain a workforce’s productivity and ability to innovate in the critical short and midterm.
Expert Panelists & Moderator
Barbara A.F. Greene, Principle of Career Partners International - San Antonio and Founder and CEO of Greene and Associates, Inc., is an ICF Master Certified Coach with a Master’s Degree in Counseling. As a recognized expert in her field, Barbara consults with top executives, nonprofit organizations, and businesses of all sizes on succession planning, career development, transition strategies, mentoring, executive coaching and designing and facilitating team building and planning retreats. In addition to providing clients with innovative approaches to talent management solutions, Barbara has written numerous articles for the San Antonio Business Journal, co-authored the book Texas Job Hunter's Guide, and is a frequent professional speaker. She has received leadership awards from a diverse group of organizations and serves as a member of a number of Boards of Directors.
Steve Trautman is corporate America’s leading knowledge transfer expert. For more than two decades, he has provided executives at blue-chip companies with the simplest, most relevant and quick solutions for knowledge transfer. Today the 3-step Knowledge Transfer Solution developed by Steve is the recognized gold standard used by corporate America in mitigating talent management risks. Large scale and enterprise-wide projects have been rolled out for blue-chip clients such as Boeing, Nike, Microsoft, BP, Costco, Kraft, Goodyear, US Steel, Aetna, and more. Steve has written two books, “Teach What You Know: A Practical Leader’s Guide to Knowledge Transfer through Peer Mentoring” and “The Executive Guide to High Impact Talent Management” (co-authored with David DeLong), speaks internationally, and provides business leaders with consulting, presentations, and executive retreats. He is known for his high-energy style that combines humor, street smarts, and board room wisdom.
As Managing Partner of Career Partners International – Houston and CEO of The McKee Group, Mike McKee leads the overall operations and business development of the firm, which provides executive coaching and transition services to “C” level executives. With over 30 years of management experience in the private sector and with non-profit organizations, Mike is a strategic business planner and implementer who enables executives to achieve their organizational and professional career goals. His extensive background includes providing outplacement, change management, succession planning, coaching, retirement planning and leadership development services.
This program has been approved for 1 general recertification credit hour toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI), and for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points under Section A3 of the Continuing Professional Development Log of the Human Resource Professionals Association (HRPATM). The use of these seals is not an endorsement by HRCI or HRPA of the quality of the program. It means that the program has met the criteria of HRCI and the HRPA to be pre-approved for recertification credit.