i4cp speakers 2015

Go Inside the Minds of 4 HR Leaders

One of the great things about working at the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) is the plentiful opportunities to meet, interact with and learn from the HR leaders in our network. Among the several presenters at the i4cp 2015 Conference (March 16 – 19), four executives shared their insights with us in these exclusive, pre-event interviews.

How to Improve Work for 230,000 People
Dean Carter, CHRO, Sears Holding Corporation

  • How Sears uses “socially powered, data-fueled” performance management to solve business problems
  • The elements necessary for ensuring success with such a system
  • Why companies struggle with performance management

Why FedEx Makes Diversity a Top Priority
Kelly Gray, SVP of Human Resources, FedEx Ground

  • The importance of being the navigator of your career
  • The value of creating a network of supportive colleagues
  • Looking at talent management through the lens of diversity and diverse development.

High-Potential Talent Development: Why Everything is Going to Change
Kevin Wilde, Chief Learning Officer, General Mills

  • Why companies need to rethink high potential talent development
  • The most overlooked issues in relation to HiPo talent development
  • The elements necessary for ensuring success
  • Why companies struggle

Talking Predictive Analytics with a VP of Talent Management
Akil Walton, VP, Talent Management & Organizational Effectiveness, Aleris

  • How Aleris currently uses predictive analytics to solve business problems
  • The elements necessary to get started and ensure success with predictive analytics
  • The dangers of using predictive analytics in HR
  • Why so many companies struggle to effectively utilize predictive analytics
Erik Samdahl
Erik is the head of marketing at i4cp, and has nearly 20 years in the market research and human capital research industry.